But I’m going to find out.

I now set out to find the right road.

The functional method.

I will be a Christ-follower.

And leave the stench of Christianish behind for good

I Am Christianish

  1. Have you found your Christian efforts leading to dysfunctional lifestyle patterns? Describe how.
  2. Does the idea of attempting to do the right thing when you are actually on the wrong road resonate with you?
  3. When you search your motives, do you find that you are trying to please Christ, or do you find instead that you are attempting to earn your Christianity?
  4. How does the following comment relate to your life: “I segregated myself—splitting my soul into two segments: one that would openly serve Jesus and one that would secretly protect myself. I became like people I deemed my-kind-of-godly instead of becoming like Jesus. I pursued Christian success instead of pursuing Christ.”

© 2009 Cook Communications Ministries.  Christianish:  What If We're Not Really Following Jesus at All? by Mark Steele.  Used with permission.  May not be further reproduced.  All rights reserved.

Christianish:  What If We're Not Really Following Jesus at All? by Mark Steele
David C Cook/August 2009/ ISBN 978-1-4347-6692-2/288 pages/softcover/$14.99