God’s Call to Be Like Jesus: Living a Holy Life in an Unholy World


David Kendall details what holiness means in everyday living. He explains that holiness in action is grounded in the holiness of God, a process and experience of growth, relational to both God and people, practical in your real life choices, and tied to your Christian discipleship. If you want God’s holiness to be increasingly vital in your inner character and outward behavior, our family life, and your use of time and money, this book will help you measure your priorities and your progress on the way of holiness.


Paperback (192 pages)


Light & Life Publishing (January 1, 1999)



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