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"I set out to write a book for new Christians, to explain what it means to be a Christian and what the lifelong adventure of following Jesus is like. But I soon realized that what Jesus wants to say to a new Christian is really the same thing he wants to keep saying to the seasoned saint: "Whoever loses his life for my sake will find it". My prayer is that this book will persuade you of the truth of those words, and help you live like you believe them. It's a book for the brand new Christian that should challenge every believer—whether you've been following Jesus for five minutes or fifty years."
— Author, Paul Grimmond
Paul Grimmond is the Dean of Students at Moore Theological College, Sydney. Before joining the faculty he served as Senior Assistant Minister at Unichurch (UNSW) (2010-2016), having previously been an editor for Matthias Media (2008–2009) and Rector of Unichurch (2003–2008).
He graduated from UNSW with a Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) in 1993 and a Bachelor of Divinity from Moore College in 2000.
He is well-known as a trainer, mentor and pastor of students within the MTS apprenticeship and as a conference speaker. He is also the author of Right Side Up (2009), The Archer and the Arrow (co-authored with Phillip Jensen 2010), Suffering Well (2011) as well as a number of articles on pastoral issues for the general Christian public.
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