Episode 115: Eric B. Johnson – Christ in You: Why God Trusts You More Than You Trust Yourself [podcast]

Eric B. Johnson sits down with Shaun to discuss the book, curriculum kit, and e-course for Christ in You: Why God Trusts You More Than You Trust Yourself.

Welcome to The Shaun Tabatt Show! Today I speak with Eric B. Johnson about the book, curriculum kit, and e-course for Christ in You: Why God Trusts You More Than You Trust Yourself (Chosen Books, 2015).

Here’s what you’ll learn in today’s interview:

  • The Eric Johnson origin story (00:39 – 01:53)
  • The story behind Christ in You (01:54 – 03:30)
  • What’s special about the cover art for Christ in You? (03:31 – 05:06)
  • How does operating from a kingdom perspective impact the way Christians interact with the people around them? (05:07 – 07:12)
  • What do we need to better understand about the importance of dedicating our lives to excellence and striving to increase our skills and abilities? (07:13 – 11:10)
  • What does it look like when we really get ahold of the idea that Christ lives in us? (11:11 – 15:00)
  • How does the message of Christ in You allow the Christian and the broader church to have more confidence? (15:01 – 17:47)
  • What can viewers expect from the Christ in You DVD? (17:48 – 19:46)
  • How can leaders effectively put the Christ in You group guide to use? (19:47 – 21:01)
  • Where can the listeners find out more about Bethel’s Christ in You E-course? (21:02 – 21:25)
  • How would you like to see every person transformed after reading the book and taking the course? (21:26 – 22:43)
  • Places to connect with Eric online and get your own copies of the Christ in You book and supporting resources. (22:44 – 23:12)

Christ in You Kit

About the Book:  Every solution to every problem known to the human race lives in you.

Inside each of us is a longing for a deeper truth, a deeper meaning. For centuries humanity has been searching every corner of our earth, plumbing the mysteries of the human mind and heart, in hopes of satisfying this quest of our souls.

What we’ve failed to realize is that the greatest Truth is revealed in the greatest mystery in the universe: Christ lives in you. It isn’t your destiny to live a life that is merely “getting by” or riddled with shame and fear. The ultimate price was paid for the ultimate temple–you. Not just for eternity’s sake but for the sake of the world.

In this revolutionary new book, Eric Johnson, senior leader and pastor of Bethel Church, helps you understand that the vast, omniscient, benevolent God of the universe trusts you! And when His image begins to define you, you’ll find your life becoming passionate, powerful and purposeful.

Discover who you really are. Trust the God who makes you worthy. And change the world.

Eric B. Johnson

About the Author:  Eric B. Johnson co-leads Bethel church in Redding, CA, alongside his wife, Candace. He is a sixth-generation minister and began his ministry career as a youth pastor in Weaverville, California. He is the author of Momentum: What God Starts Never Ends and Christ in You: Why God Trusts You More Than You Trust Yourself. Eric has a passion to see transformation take place in the lives of people, cities and nations. Besides spending time with his wife and two daughters, Eric enjoys the outdoors.

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