Thanks to face lifts, tummy tucks, and tanning salons, modern culture has made hiding our flaws as easy as writing a check. How you look—not who you are—is what matters most.
Sadly, Christians have adopted a similar standard for living out faith in Christ. Pressured by pride and the spirituality of those around us, we wear a mask that hides who we are and what we struggle with. The price tag of that kind of hypocrisy is steep: guilt, inner turmoil, and spiritual paralysis.
Yet there is hope. John MacArthur’s study Living Real cuts to the heart of being genuine in your faith. This frank series of messages challenges you to examine not what you do for God, but why you do it, helping you find the peace that comes only from Living Real.