The Christian life is not a matter of the transfer of information. Sitting in a class room and learning facts about the Christian life will not make you a stronger disciple of Jesus Christ. At some point you have to go out and put what you learned into practice. In other words, orthodoxy (right teaching) doesnâ€™t necessarily translate to orthopraxy (right practice). The Christian life was meant to be more caught than taught â€“ it was meant to be transferred through the lives of those who are on the journey with us. In this sense, Christian growth is not a transaction â€“ give me this and you will get that. Christian growth comes from transformation â€“ letâ€™s walk this way together and see how God changes our lives.Â Three keys to experiencing transformation are: (1) Center your desires on Godâ€™s commands; (2) Invest in the lives of others who are on the journey with you; and, (3) be real.