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Put Some Muscle Behind Your Faith. We live in a world characterized by instability, in-fighting, materialism, and words without actions. Sadly, no one is immune to these problems. Centuries ago, the apostle James could not envision the world we would live in, but he did address the issues we would face. Building a bridge between first-century Christianity and our lives today, James: Faith in Action shows how Christianity can work in a postmodern world and calls you to an active allegiance to Jesus Christ and a commitment to living out your faith through bold action. 10 studies for individuals or groups. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Thrive Under Pressure The apostle Paul was one of the great world-changers of all time. After a dramatic conversion experience, the former persecutor of Christians became a devoted follower of Christ. In this study, you will walk with Paul through the many struggles and victories of his life’s ministry. As Paul was forced to face a diversity of difficulties, he learned to trust God for help and wisdom. The lessons we learn from Paul and the book of Acts provide guidance for contemporary crises today. From the Trade Paperback edition.
The Living Word What would it have been like to witness Christ’s life on earth? The apostle John wrote about Jesus’ earthly ministry from the perspective of one who was there. He saw Jesus teach, heal, pray, die, and live again. And he wanted to tell Christ’s story. John’s Gospel is a personal account about the life of Jesus–the living Word. Jesus is the one who can transform our empty lives and satisfy our deepest hunger. In this studyguide, Whitney Kuniholm guides you through every chapter of the book of John, bringing you face-to-face with the Son of God–who he is and what it means to follow him. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Love. Joy. Peace. Patience. All of us desire to exhibit these spiritual qualities in our lives. What does it mean to "live by the spirit"? In this study-guide you'll learn better how to cultivate the fruit of the Spirit in your life and grow in Christlike character.
Sometimes our worship loses its passion. Our prayer life becomes stagnant. We forget why we are serving God. And slowly, subtly, the world's ways become our ways. The New Testament book of Romans addresses these problems, showing us how we can break out of old patterns and become new in Christ.
Help for Life's Struggles from Bible Heroes Who've Been There. Throughout Scripture, we see evidence that God's people faced the same challenges we do today. From rejection to depression, facing overwhelming responsibilities to wrestling with doubts, these heroes of the faith shared the pain, frustration, and hopes that are common to modern day believers. By observing how biblical characters like Moses, Joshua, Daniel, Peter, and Paul, brought their fears and frustrations to God, we can learn to do the same. Filled with encouragement and hope, this study will convince you that God's character and presence can give you strength to face any difficulty. 10 studies for individuals or groups. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Find Reality in Jesus Christ God's people in the Old Testament experienced only shadows of the truth about sin and salvation; their perception was dim and incomplete. But Jesus, with his once-for-all perfect sacrifice, brings the blurred shadows into focus and allows us crystal-clear understanding of God's reality. In showing us the way to please God, the writer to the Hebrews contrasts Old Testament sacrifices with the abundant, life-changing grace available in Jesus Christ. 13 sessions for individuals or groups Fisherman Bible Studyguides include: . Penetrating questions that generate discussion . Flexible format for group or individual needs . Helpful leader's notes . Emphasis on daily application of Bible truth From the Trade Paperback edition.

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