The Disciplined Life: Studies in the Fine Art of Christian Discipleship

by Richard Shelley Taylor

Paperback, 1974




In this modern classic, the author speals to the urgent need for discipline in today's culture. Without mincing words, Richard Taylor deals with the areas of living that hamper Christians from reaching their full potential- overeacting, moodiness, erratic emotuons, tardiness, lack of submission, weak priorities, and more. He then lays out a clear plan for how to become a disciplined person, starting with developing a personal philosophy of discipleship. Author Richard Foster calls The Disciplined Life "A sharp, staccato plea for disciplined living in an age of self-indulgence."


Bethany House Pub (1974), 108 pages

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Good handbook for becoming a disciple, which gives motivation to discipline yourself.
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