Richard Ries
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Whoa…

In a social setting you or someone you thought you knew well does something unexpected and seemingly out of character. You simply went to look at cars and now you’re waiting while the dealership preps the new vehicle you bought. You met someone for the first time and thought, “Wow, I really like her. It’s as if we’ve known each other all our lives.” Or, “I can’t quite say why, but he made me really uneasy. I don’t think he’s trustworthy.” Maybe you were sitting on the sofa and suddenly felt sad or fearful or giddy. In any one of these instances you may have stopped, caught your breath and thought, “Whoa. What just happened here?” Our sociological and psychological selves are always active, influencing our thinking and behavior, often working behind the scenes of our awareness until the results pop up and we’re surprised. You can’t stop these processes, but you can exert some control over them. Learn how. Get your copy of Transformed today.
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Christianity

Evidence that we are “fearfully and wonderfully made” (Psalms 139:14) includes our amazing social and psychological systems. We are so good at assessing and adjusting to the world around us and the world inside our heads and hearts that we often do it without thinking. The danger is that these automatic, subconscious operations draw us into worldliness and away from godliness. We can reverse this and use our innate social and psychological skills to deepen our Christian faith and understanding. The keys are knowledge of the processes and diligence in applying them so that we are drawn nearer to the Lord.

The book

Transformed, Not Conformed: Escaping worldliness to receive godliness If you have wanted to be more like Jesus but find yourself becoming more like the world around you, this is the book for you. Transformed reveals how worldliness creeps into our lives through largely subconscious sociological and psychological influences and explains how these forces can be redirected to support godliness instead of worldliness. Available from Amazon in print and ebook versions.

The seminar

If you are a Christian leader and would like to offer your group a seminar to help them resist worldliness, this seminar is the perfect fit. The seminar is based on the book, Transformed Not Conformed, but brings with it a wealth of personal insights plus the opportunity for participants to hear the stories of other attendees and be assured that they are not alone. Each seminar also includes an invaluable Q & A session to address issues and encourage lively discussion. To find out how a seminar could fit your ministry plan, contact me.
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Richard Ries
All content, including images, copyright R Ries Corporation. All rights reserved.

Whoa…

In a social setting you or someone you thought you knew well does something unexpected and seemingly out of character. You simply went to look at cars and now you’re waiting while the dealership preps the new vehicle you bought. You met someone for the first time and thought, “Wow, I really like her. It’s as if we’ve known each other all our lives.” Or, “I can’t quite say why, but he made me really uneasy. I don’t think he’s trustworthy.” Maybe you were sitting on the sofa and suddenly felt sad or fearful or giddy. In any one of these instances you may have stopped, caught your breath and thought, “Whoa. What just happened here?” Our sociological and psychological selves are always active, influencing our thinking and behavior, often working behind the scenes of our awareness until the results pop up and we’re surprised. You can’t stop these processes, but you can exert some control over them. Learn how. Get your copy of Transformed today.
Buy Now Buy Now

Christianity

Evidence that we are “fearfully and wonderfully made” (Psalms 139:14) includes our amazing social and psychological systems. We are so good at assessing and adjusting to the world around us and the world inside our heads and hearts that we often do it without thinking. The danger is that these automatic, subconscious operations draw us into worldliness and away from godliness. We can reverse this and use our innate social and psychological skills to deepen our Christian faith and understanding. The keys are knowledge of the processes and diligence in applying them so that we are drawn nearer to the Lord.

The book

Transformed, Not Conformed: Escaping worldliness to receive godliness If you have wanted to be more like Jesus but find yourself becoming more like the world around you, this is the book for you. Transformed reveals how worldliness creeps into our lives through largely subconscious sociological and psychological influences and explains how these forces can be redirected to support godliness instead of worldliness. Available from Amazon in print and ebook versions.

The seminar

If you are a Christian leader and would like to offer your group a seminar to help them resist worldliness, this seminar is the perfect fit. The seminar is based on the book, Transformed Not Conformed, but brings with it a wealth of personal insights plus the opportunity for participants to hear the stories of other attendees and be assured that they are not alone. Each seminar also includes an invaluable Q & A session to address issues and encourage lively discussion. To find out how a seminar could fit your ministry plan, contact me.
Words. Images. Information. Just for you.