Apr 15, 2014

The 7-Day Christian

Book Details
Author: Brad Wilcox
Release Date: April 2014
Publisher: Ensign Peak
Genre: Inspiration


AMAZING insights!
WONDERFUL lessons!
BEAUTIFUL examples!

Being a Christian is more than just going to church on Sundays....it is a way of life.

"7-days a week, 52 weeks a year, and throughout all the years of your life."

Using personal stories Brad Wilcox shows us the ways we can increase our becoming more Christian... our becoming more like Christ.

Simple, yet sometimes hard, practices that will shape us into who we were meant to be.

Things like:
* Live life with a sense of urgency and a sense of integrity.
* Never check your religion at the door.
* Become trusting and happy like a child.
* Face your people fears.
* and MORE

I REALLY LOVED this idea:

"Just as the earth went through 7 days of creation, we must also go through 7 days of re-creation...a process of being formed, divided, enlightened, beautified, and filled with life."

It is time to take a stand!
Let this book help you become a 7-day Christian!

About the Author
Brad Wilcox is a professor in the Department of Teacher Education at Brigham Young University where he also enjoys working with such programs as Especially for Youth, Women’s Conference, and Campus Education Week. He is the author of the book, The Continuous Atonement, and the BYU devotional, “His Grace is Sufficient.”

Brad grew up in Provo, Utah except for childhood years spent in Ethiopia, Africa. He served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Chile and later returned to that country to preside over the Chile Santiago East Mission from 2003-2006. 

He and his family have also lived for a time in New Zealand where he directed a Study Abroad Program for Brigham Young University. Brad currently serves as a member of the Sunday School General Board. 

He and his wife, Debi, have four children and three grandchildren. Reading, writing, teaching, and traveling are some of his favorite things. He loves Peanut M&M's and pepperoni pizza, but he realizes that doesn't sound too healthy so he is really trying hard to learn to love salads.

(A review copy was provided, however, all reviews are of my own opinion :)


  1. Face your people fears...Ooo that would be a hard one. I probably should read this book!

    1. This book has some AMAZING thoughts and ideas.
      Brad Wilcox sees things I never even think of.
      SO GRATEFUL he is willing to share!
      Thanks for coming to see me!
      Stop by again soon :)



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