To Be Like Jesus

Author: Brian G. Hedges
Paperback, 160 pages
ISBN 9781633421899

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About the book

Forty Meditations for Your Journey Toward Christlikeness.

The Christian life is a journey of spiritual and moral transformation into the glorious image and likeness of God’s Son, the Lord Jesus Christ. This journey is lifelong. We begin this journey when we first believe in Jesus, but will not reach our final destination until the final resurrection, when our bodies will be raised, transformed, and glorified, as we are fully and finally conformed to the image of Christ.

As with any lengthy journey, sometimes Christians lose their way. We can become disoriented and confused. We mistake the terrain we have already traversed, lose sight of the road on which we tread, and forget the destination to which we travel. Sometimes we take detours. Or we get stuck on the side of the road. All of us sometimes need help.

In To Be Like Jesus, Brian G. Hedges provides a series of encouraging road signs—brief meditations, with questions for personal reflection and application, to help you in your journey toward Christlikeness.


“Rare… are books that teach us how Christ works in us on the basis of what he has already accomplished for us. Brian G. Hedges has written one of these rare books.” —Joel R. Beeke

About the author

Brian G. Hedges is the lead pastor of Redeemer Church in Niles, Michigan. He has been married to Holly since 1996 and they have four children. For fun, Brian enjoys reading, playing golf, hanging out with his family, and watching good movies. Brian blogs at, and you can follow him on Twitter @brianghedges.

Brian is the also the author of With Jesus, Christ Formed In You and its companion Study Guide, Active Spirituality, and Christ All Sufficient.

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