Following in the Footsteps of Jesus


Do you know Jesus? Do you know His walk? His talk? His thoughts? His heart?


Many Christians know something about Jesus Christ. The sad reality, however, is that they only have a superficial understanding of who He really is and what He is really about. They may be able to tell about “the Christmas story,” or about some of His miracles. They may even be able to tell about some of His memorable words. The problem is that they look at Christ as an untouchable, unreachable character in a book they refer to on Sundays and Wednesdays. They think He is not like them because He is perfect. It is hard for them to grasp that Christ can relate to their experiences. The truth is that Jesus Christ was a real man with real emotions, real feelings, real issues, and real concerns.

The question— can Christians get to a place of deeper understanding where they can learn about Jesus as a man without taking away from His deity? Join The Phone Tree as we follow in the footsteps of Jesus. Acquaint yourself with Jesus Christ in a more intimate and personal way. Know Him as you have never known Him before. Walk in His way and learn about Him as a man surrendering to God. Learn His habits and practices, His emotions and feelings, His nature and personality, His struggles and sufferings, and His service and sacrifice.


Stay tuned as we prepare to begin Following in the Footsteps of Jesus. Our first step will be ORIGINS.



2 thoughts on “Following in the Footsteps of Jesus

  1. Such truth! Are we lazily sitting back letting other create our intimacy/or lack there of with God? Or, are we digging into His word to know Him better? The only way to know Him, His walk, His talk, His thoughts, His heart… is learn more about Him and initiate a relationship WITH Him!

    Can’t wait to hear the wisdom you have to share!

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