How People Change

by Timothy S. Lane and Paul David Tripp     |     Book Summary


Author: Timothy S. Lane and Paul David Tripp
Publisher: New Growth Press
Date: 2006
Pages: 230

Book Summary of How People Change by Timothy S. Lane and Paul David Tripp


Sin is present in the lives of even the greatest Christians. Knowing that the power to change doesn’t lie within us, we wonder how people change. Sound doctrine, mystical experiences, a commitment to self-control, and other methods just don’t work. Change often eludes us because we seek it in all the wrong places.

How People Change is a celebration of God’s grace in everyday life. Lane and Tripp point readers to the cross and the new identity believers have in Christ. It is only when we see God’s big picture for change that Christians and churches can truly be conformed to the image of Christ day by day.





How People Change

by Timothy S. Lane and Paul David Tripp

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of How People Change by Timothy S. Lane and Paul David Tripp

AuthorTimothy S. Lane and Paul David Tripp
PublisherNew Growth Press
Date2006
Pages230


Overview:

Sin is present in the lives of even the greatest Christians. Knowing that the power to change doesn’t lie within us, we wonder how people change. Sound doctrine, mystical experiences, a commitment to self-control, and other methods just don’t work. Change often eludes us because we seek it in all the wrong places.

How People Change is a celebration of God’s grace in everyday life. Lane and Tripp point readers to the cross and the new identity believers have in Christ. It is only when we see God’s big picture for change that Christians and churches can truly be conformed to the image of Christ day by day.