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  • Live In The Light


    We are in a season of church meltdown.

    The apostle John-the beloved disciple and the author of the Gospel by the same name-wrote letters to churches caught in a turbulent season of leadership failures, divisions over interpretation and practice, church splits, and even a powerful leader stirring up dissent. Sound familiar? It seems as though the church is melting under an angry heat wave of national politics, racism, injustice, and abuse.

    Is there any hope?

    Tara Beth Leach invites us to listen for John’s guidance to the church. The same message John sent to Christians in his day is also a message for us today! Darkness seems to surround us, leaving so many without hope. But Jesus, the Light of the world, invites his followers to share that light with others and become the kind of community that brings love, hope, and healing to every darkened space.

    Join us for these next six weeks and learn to live in the light!

    A New Bible Study Experience From IVP!

    These Bible studies offer you a fresh opportunity to engage with Scripture. Each study includes:

    *weekly group sessions-for a group of any size
    *access to weekly teaching videos
    *five days of individual study and reflection each week

    The refreshing, accessible, and insightful content from trusted Bible teachers will encourage you in your faith!

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  • Knowing Jesus As Servant


    Experience the Transforming Power of the Suffering Servant

    When Jesus came to this world, His servant-like life confounded even those close to Him. Many of us today still don’t understand or appreciate this aspect of Christ enough.

    Knowing Jesus as Servant, the second of four Bible studies on the Gospels, focuses on the book of Mark. Designed for both individual and small-group study, it features daily readings, passage-by-passage teaching, thought-provoking questions and writing space, weekly challenges, Scripture memorization, and personal study segments. It will not only equip you with greater knowledge, but also help you engage in formative practices that lead to a fuller relationship with Jesus.

    The Son of God reigns as King and Savior, yet He came to serve. The deeper we know this, the more it transforms how we live and relate to others, because He’s where the joy is!

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  • Experiencing The Heart Of Jesus Revised And Updated


    Encounter a Deeper Experience of the Person and Character of Jesus–All Year Long

    Although Jesus is familiar, and we know details of his life, could we consider him a companion or dear friend? Do his mannerisms and habits rub off on us because we spend so much time with him? Experiencing the Heart of Jesus for 52 Weeks is about walking with Jesus so closely that we become like him, that we imitate him.

    Based on Experiencing the Heart of Jesus and Experiencing the Words of Jesus, two bestselling books by Max Lucado, this unique Bible study helps you build a bond and a deep relationship with our Savior. You will step into Jesus’s presence over the course of a year and experience the grace, forgiveness, power, love, and prayer of Jesus.

    This study includes:

    *Explorations of 11 characteristics of Jesus.
    *Prayers and memory verses to help you draw closer to Jesus throughout the week.
    *”The Heart of the Matter” sections that provide the key takeaways of each unit.
    *Questions for personal or group study.
    *”The Heart of Jesus” sections intended to lead to deeper reflection.

    This 52-week study on the person of Jesus will help you experience him in fresh and deeper ways, drawing you into the company of your Lord. This study encourages you to interact with God. All you need to do is call on him, spend time with him. And you will be changed into the image of Christ.

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  • Armor Of God


    Every day, an unseen battle is going on around us in the spiritual realm.

    God has provided everything we need to stand firm and resist evil, but we are called to be actively aware of both the struggle and the resources available.

    In Ephesians 6 the apostle Paul gives us the clearest description anywhere in Scripture of believers’ resources for the spiritual battle. He vividly describes them as armor, which we must repeatedly take up in prayerful reliance on God.

    In this eight-session LifeGuide(R) Bible Study, Douglas Connelly unpacks each element of the armor of God, from the belt of truth to the sword of the Spirit. Readers will explore the context of the Ephesians 6 passage along with additional texts that help them dig deeper into each theme. This guide features questions for starting group discussions and for meeting God in personal reflection, plus leader’s notes to help facilitate discussion.

    For over three decades LifeGuide Bible Studies have provided solid biblical content and raised thought-provoking questions-making for a one-of-a-kind Bible study experience for individuals and groups. This series has more than 130 titles on Old and New Testament books, character studies, and topical studies.

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  • Hear My Prayer


    Whether you consider yourself a prayer warrior, a prayer newbie, or even a prayer skeptic, Liz Ditty, an experienced spiritual director and retreat leader, invites you to engage with the story of Elijah and his encounters with God as she guides us toward a less awkward, more authentic prayer in this six-week Bible study experience.

    Does prayer matter?

    What we believe about prayer reflects what we believe about God. Maybe you believe God is all-powerful and wise, but not attentive to your little corner of the world? Fortunately, the Bible tells us a different story. Over and over again, we are reminded that God is both great and good, and that we are cared for and fully known by him. So God welcomes all our prayers and invites us to pray about everything-to entrust him with all things both big and small, joyful and enraging, and to pray fervently.

    Whether you consider yourself a prayer warrior or prayer newbie (or even a prayer skeptic), you are invited to join this six-week Bible study experience. Liz Ditty, an experienced spiritual director and retreat leader, invites groups and individuals to experience dozens of ways to pray alone and together. As she engages the story of Elijah and his encounters with God, she guides us toward less awkward, more authentic prayer.

    A New Bible Study Experience From IVP

    These Bible studies offer you a fresh opportunity to engage with Scripture. Each study includes:

    *weekly sessions for a group of any size
    *access to weekly teaching videos
    *five days of individual study and reflection each week

    The refreshing, accessible, and insightful content from trusted Bible teachers will encourage you in your faith!

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  • Moms At The Well


    Motherhood is hard. Really hard.

    Tara Edelschick and Kathy Tuan-MacLean know this personally. As moms who have spent decades working with and encouraging other moms, they know the struggles real moms face in our real world. Their survey of more than seven hundred moms revealed that moms experience worry, anger, comparison, escapism, a desire for control, and even heartbreak while raising children. And moms long to connect with God in the midst of it all, but even that can feel like a challenge.

    That’s why we need a well. For centuries, women met daily at neighborhood wells to draw water for their families, meeting a very significant physical need. But these wells were also gathering spaces, providing much-needed community and relationships.

    This seven-week Bible study offers a modern-day “well” for mothers-a gathering place to encourage one another, take an honest look at the challenges we face as moms, and experience the God who invites us into a process of spiritual transformation.

    Meet with moms, meet with God, and find much-needed refreshment at the well.

    A New Bible Study Experience From IVP

    These Bible studies offer you a fresh opportunity to engage with Scripture. Each study includes:

    *weekly sessions for a group of any size
    *access to weekly teaching videos
    *five days of individual study and reflection each week

    The refreshing, accessible, and insightful content from trusted Bible teachers will encourage you in your faith!

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  • Knowing Jesus As King


    Learn to Live as a Disciple of the King

    Jesus was and is looking for people who are eager to follow Him wherever He leads. In this ten-week study you’ll learn about King Jesus–His authority, His royalty, and His throne, which will last forever.

    The first of four Bible studies on the Gospels, Knowing Jesus as King focuses on the book of Matthew through daily readings, biblical teachings, thought-provoking questions, weekly challenges, Scripture memorization, and personal study segments. It will not only equip you with greater knowledge, but also help you engage in formative practices that lead to a fuller relationship with Jesus.

    While other personal identities may bring temporary happiness, life as a disciple of King Jesus is the only path to an abundant life now and for eternity. He’s where the joy is!

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  • Jeremiah And Lamentations


    The prophet Jeremiah ministered during the waning decades of Judah. The people had rebelled against the Lord through their constant idolatry and injustice of all kinds–and they were about to experience God’s wrath in the form of a conquering army. Yet even as Jeremiah described the short-term consequences of the people’s rebellion against the Lord, he also spoke of God’s long-term plan to provide salvation.

    In the twelve studies within, join John MacArthur on an exploration of this “weeping prophet”–so called because of the grief he expressed for his people–and the prophecies he faithfully related to them for more than fifty years. By working through this study, you will learn that in your life–just like in the lives of the people of Judah–God may discipline you for a season, but He will always extend His grace to you.

    The MacArthur Bible Studies provide intriguing examinations of the whole of Scripture. Each guide incorporates extensive commentary, detailed observations on overriding themes, and probing questions to help you study the Word of God with guidance from John MacArthur.

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  • Gods Goodness For The Chosen


    God’s Goodness for the Chosen is an eight-lesson Bible study for individuals or groups that follows each episode of season 4 of The Chosen.

    This study teaches readers how to reframe their hardships and see them as fertile soil for God’s goodness to grow in their lives.

    We see it over and over again in the Bible: God brings good things out of bad things for the sake of His people and for His glory. But truth be told, when we personally experience suffering, we have a difficult time actually believing it. Yet, life is challenging even for the followers of Jesus, and hardship in the twenty-first century is no exception. God’s Goodness for the Chosen takes readers through eight lessons which reveal how God uses suffering to bring about good things in the lives of those He loves.

    You’ll see:

    – Death is eclipsed by life
    – Grief is eclipsed by praise
    – Questions are eclipsed by resolve
    – Confusion is eclipsed by grace
    – Temporary things are eclipsed by eternal things
    – Heartbreak is eclipsed by love
    – Sin is eclipsed by obedience
    – Pain is eclipsed by the fullness of God’s plan

    Indeed, readers will be challenged to embrace the hard things of life, to experience more of the goodness God offers on the other side.

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  • Upheld : Meeting Our Trustworthy God Through Isaiah A 6-Week Bible Study


    Over and over again, Scripture reminds us of God’s faithfulness and mercy. God’s stunning promises to his followers in Isaiah 40-48-I am with you, I will strengthen and help you, I will uphold you-offered reassurance and comfort during difficult days.

    We are also desperate for God’s comfort and help today. Life is filled with challenges and heartache, and we long for forgiveness, restoration, and relief from all that weighs us down. The good news is that God’s promises spoken through the prophet Isaiah are also true for us today. Join Bible teacher Kori de Leon as she guides us through a six-week Bible study experience, pointing us to the wonders of our remarkable God and leading us to sing with Isaiah, Who is like the Lord? There is no God like him!

    When you purchase this Bible study guide, you’ll get access to videos and discussion questions to use with your group.

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  • Get Used To Different Student Guide


    Get Used to Different is a nine-week devotional Bible study for students who long to know more about who they are in Christ, how to follow Him in light of that knowledge, and how to let Jesus lead them in their interactions with those around them.

    Every new generation asks the same fundamental questions… Who am I? Where do I fit in? How do I find meaning, belonging, and acceptance? Jesus answered all these questions in a radically simple way: “Follow me.”

    In this nine-week study, students will dive into Scripture alongside The Chosen series to:

    *Discover who Jesus says they really are
    *Understand what it means to follow Him
    *Learn how to surrender in both good and bad times
    *Find what their hearts are truly longing for

    With reflection questions and discussion guides, along with QR codes that link directly to clips from the show, students will begin to understand the freedom that comes from knowing none of us have life totally figured out–but Jesus does. Through Scripture, the show, and this book, students will learn how to get used to different.

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  • Table In The Wilderness


    This unique six-week Bible study with companion videos is for individuals and groups hungry to be refreshed as they draw closer to the God who delights in providing everything they need.

    Stories of God’s tables of blessing are woven throughout Scripture. In addition to an introduction about why God chooses to feed us in order to teach us about His goodness, A Table in the Wilderness offers in-depth Bible study on five tables that God offers as physical and spiritual reminders of His love, mercy, and overflowing kindness:

    *Salvation (Passover)–when you need to be rescued
    *Unexpected belonging (King David’s table)–when you deserve to be punished
    *Overflowing satisfaction (the wedding at Cana)–when you feel empty
    *Remembrance (the Lord’s Supper)–when you’re likely to forget
    *Eternal celebration (the marriage supper of the Lamb)–when life is hard

    This substantive, applicable, and richly spiritual study includes a QR code for quick access to streaming videos, spiritual exercises for contemplation and prayer, a self-reflection tool, and a leader’s guide for small group study.

    Even in the most unexpected places–our weaknesses, our sins, our doubts–God loves to invite us into His presence. You are invited! Come to the table.

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  • Jesus Passion Week (Student/Study Guide)


    Over 3 million LifeChange studies sold

    LifeChange Bible studies train you in good Bible study practices as you enjoy a robust and engaging study of a topic or book of the Bible. Learn the skill as you study the Word. Your study of the Scriptures will never be the same!

    Jesus’ last days show that He was not just leaving behind a legacy: He was launching a new kingdom where all people are welcomed. As you study Jesus’ last week, may you be moved by the passion of Jesus, transformed by the power of the Holy Spirit, and inspired to lead a life of sacrificial love. Jesus embodied the height and depth of God’s love in a person, demonstrated by servanthood, suffering, and sacrifice. Ultimately, He made this love accessible to us through what He accomplished on the cross.

    The LifeChange Topical studies are optimized for small group use. This study is broken down into 8 sessions of about 45 minutes. Each session includes:

    *Stories from Jesus’ final week on earth, with a corresponding passage from the Bible
    *Questions ideal for small-group discussion
    *Cross-references and suggestions for further study
    *Historical background, word definitions, and explanatory notes

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  • 30 Life Principles Bible Study Updated Edition


    God has given you hundreds of principles in His Word to help you become everything that He designed you to be. He has provided these truths to guide you, comfort you, encourage you, and teach you how to be triumphant in Christ. These principles have never failed and will never disappoint, and God has promised that He will bless your obedience as you follow His commands.

    During his many years of ministry, Dr. Charles Stanley faithfully shared the 30 Life Principles that guided him and helped him to grow in his knowledge, service, and love of God. In this Bible study, you will explore each of these principles in depth and learn how to make them a part of your everyday life. As you do, you will find yourself growing in your relationship with Christ and on the road to the future God has planned for you.

    This guide has been designed as a ninety-day Bible study for putting the 30 Life Principles into action and is ideal for personal devotions or for study in a group setting.

    Each lesson includes:

    *Three daily in-depth Bible studies to help you explore the principles in Scripture
    *An action step to help you apply the principle in your day-to-day life
    *Summary points to help you remember the key takeaways from each lesson
    *Additional insights, re?ections, and notes on each of the 30 Life Principles

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  • Your God Knows


    This powerful Bible study about God’s faithfulness explores Nahum–a rarely studied collection of prophetic poems–to remind us that God is ever-present and always working, even when we feel alone or discouraged.

    Throughout history, God has said to His people: “I see you. I know you. And I will make this right.” This is a crucial message for women today, as we so deeply need to rest in an all-knowing God who can handle what is happening in the world and in our lives. In Your God Knows, Bible teacher and bestselling author Lisa Whittle draws on Scripture throughout the Old and New Testaments as she helps answer six critical questions for our times:

    *Am I forgotten?
    *How does good come from bad?
    *Do my desires and dreams matter?
    *Am I generationally blessed or cursed?
    *Will God make wrong things right?
    *Will I be okay?

    This interactive, video-based companion to Lisa’s book, God Knows, addresses your most pressing questions while immersing you in the truth of God’s promises so you can know deep in your soul that a sovereign God understands your pain–and will one day make all things new.

    Presented by Esther Press: Books for Courageous Women

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  • Philippians A Study Guide With Leaders Notes


    Josiah Bancroft guides readers in a study of Philippians, showing how a deep and abiding joy is possible in every circumstance when we understand who Jesus is and who we are in him.

    When times are hard and overwhelming, the command to Rejoice! can feel mocking or even cruel. How can we have joy when circumstances in our lives and those around us are so difficult? Studying the book of Philippians helps us know and understand the implications of all that Christ has done for us, in us, and among us and how rooting ourselves in our identity in Christ can bring unshakeable freedom and joy, regardless of circumstances.

    Philippians: Finding Joy When Life Is Hard helps participants see that through the power of the gospel we can rejoice in the Lord and live confidently on earth as citizens of heaven, no matter what we face.

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  • She Belongs An Interactive Bible Study


    Katy McCown knows how it feels to try to handle life all on your own. Through her struggles to keep up and catch up, she’s discovered that our quest to keep it together will eventually cause us to fall apart.

    This six-session Bible study with included videos shows us the key to keeping it together is coming together in the body of Christ.

    Find a true sense of belonging by:

    *Shifting our identity from our scars to our Savior

    *Pressing into the body of Christ instead of pulling away from it-especially when life falls apart

    *Understanding that we’re never safer isolated

    *Cultivating conditions that move us from “fine” to flourishing

    Diving deep into God’s Word, She Belongs includes practical illustrations, companion videos, and questions for individual or group study.

    Find the peace, security, and purpose Jesus promises when we engage with other believers. This is the way to a life of belonging.

    Presented by Esther Press: Books for Courageous Women

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  • 1 Timothy : Discovering Clarity In A World That Can’t Agree


    A nine-week inductive Bible study on untangling truth from assumptions and false teaching

    Ideas and information travel at the speed of a click, a send, or a share. With so much coming at us all the time, how can we separate the gospel from lies and sound teaching from false prophets? Biblically, how can we examine the texts that confuse us with discernment in order to gain new understanding?

    Nearly two thousand years ago, even without the scourge of social media, Paul faced similar problems. False teachers threatened the faith of new believers in a city known for its pagan rites and upside-down gender roles. He wrote this letter to instruct his young protege on how to create order out of the chaos. But despite the timeless truths he shares, some of our own culture has infected his words with confusion and buried hope.

    Join Sue Edwards and Rebecca Carrell–two seminary professors of different generations–as they delve into this sometimes-baffling book to unearth the solid foundation we can stand on today. Packed with scholarship and deep theology in an accessible format, 1 Timothy continues the popular Discover Together series in a nine-week study for women of all spiritual maturity levels.

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  • Mary : Becoming A Girl Of Faithfulness


    Mary wasn’t perfect . . . but she was faithful.

    Mary was living the life of an ordinary girl. But all that changed when an angel came to her with an invitation to be a part of God’s super big, ginormous plan to save the world. Sounds cool, right? Well, to be a part of God’s big plan she had to give up her plans. And she didn’t understand everything, but she knew it was going to be difficult. Even so, Mary said yes! Do you know why? She was faithful.

    In Mary, a six-week Bible study, you’ll enter Mary’s story and learn how you can become a girl of faithfulness. God doesn’t need the best athletes, the most beautiful girls, or the exceptionally talented to do great things for Him. He just needs an ordinary girl who is willing to say, “Yes.” Mary’s life proves to us that when a True Girl responds with faith in the moment, it brings a beautiful, forever blessing.

    True Girl Bible Studies feature important women from the Bible so that from their examples, we can learn what it looks like to be a True Girl. Each study is designed to help moms lead their daughters deeply into the Word of God so they can develop a steady love for Scripture. Together, moms and daughters can discover what it means to be a True Girl after God’s own heart.

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  • 1 And 2 Thessalonians For You


    We’ve been saved by Jesus… so what’s next? How do we discern good teaching from bad, what does it look like to grow in holiness, and what should our expectations be for the future? Find answers to those questions in the warm, instructive letters Paul wrote to the Thessalonian church.

    Pastor and professor Ligon Duncan unpacks these two letters verse by verse, teaching us about Christ’s future return and showing us what it means to live in the light of that, whether we’re new Christians, seasoned ministers of the gospel, or somewhere in between. Along the way we see why Scripture is so important; learn to find reasons for thankfulness; clarify our beliefs about death, judgment, and eternity; and witness Paul’s deeply pastoral attitude toward his readers.

    This accessible, absorbing expository guide is less academic and more applied than a traditional commentary. This makes it a great resource for personal devotion, as well as useful for leading small-group studies or for sermon preparation.

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  • Beyond : Finding Strength And Hope Through Unexpected Storms – A 6 Week Bib


    Unwanted, unexpected, and devastating life storms come in many shapes and sizes. They carry labels like addiction, death, infertility, divorce, bankruptcy, diagnosis, estrangement. So when the winds change suddenly and we’re caught in the middle of a downpour, where do we turn for help to survive the storm?

    In Beyond: Finding Strength and Hope Through Unexpected Storms, Cindy Saab invites us to reach for the God of hope. Insightful Bible teaching, thought-provoking questions, and stories of those who have sailed similar seas create encouraging lessons to help navigate the rough waters. Brief daily lessons break down biblical concepts into easy-to-understand pieces. Journaling prompts create space to pour out a hurting heart to the Savior. An abundance of Scripture declares the great love and care of the Father. Learn how refuge, hope, trust, love, joy, and strength can be found even under the darkest clouds.

    God has a plan for you-and it doesn’t include staying in this tempest forever. Reach for Christ and sail through this storm to something beyond.

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  • Learning About Jesus


    Who is Jesus? Why did He leave the happiness of heaven to be born as a poor baby in a stable? Why did He spend 33 years on earth experiencing life as a child, a teenager, a common laborer, a teacher, a preacher, and a physician? What did He do here? Why did He suffer and die on the cross? Learning about Jesus: An Interactive Study Guide is a creative approach to Bible study for kids. Through relatable activities, kids ages 8-12 will have fun learning all about the birth, life, death, and resurrection of Je- sus. Highlighting the names and titles of Jesus and key events from His life, this book features 26 chapters that take kids on a deep exploration of who Jesus is, what He did while He lived on earth, His teachings, and why He died on the cross for us. Kids will also grow in their ability to use, read, and understand the Bible. Most importantly, kids will grasp profound truths about Jesus, building a foundation of faith to last a lifetime.

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  • Daniel : Discovering The Courage To Stand For Your Faith


    Sue Edwards’s Bible studies have enlightened, encouraged, and equipped women with meaningful devotion, biblical principles, and timeless life lessons. Here she offersa timely and provocative study of the book of Daniel.

    Join Sue as she looks at the life and lessons of Daniel and his companions, who, like so many believers today, faced increasingly challenging choices between their love and commitment to God and the often aggressive hostility of the godless culture in which they had been placed. Sue’s intelligent and insightful exposition of the book of Daniel and its historical and cultural setting, combined with her practical and timely instruction in the daily application of the message and lessons of Daniel, make this an indispensable guide to women of faith in our rapidly changing cultural environment.

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  • Create In Me A Heart Of Mercy


    A Bible Study to Help You Receive and Extend Christ’s Mercy

    In our divisive and unforgiving world, we need mercy more than ever. When we extend grace toward one another despite faults, mistakes, and differences of opinion, we model the kind of longsuffering patience and love that God shows toward us. But how do you cultivate a merciful heart in the midst of a culture where everyone seems quick to judge and slow to forgive? Where do you begin?

    Create in Me a Heart of Mercy is a six-week Bible study that will help you:

    * discover the transformational power that mercy has in and through the life of the believer

    * learn how to extend mercy to others, even in circumstances where it feels difficult or undeserved

    * experience the freedom and purpose that come from multiplying mercy in a world that desperately needs it

    The mercy that God has shown us through Jesus is meant to flow through us to the rest of the world as a powerful witness to God’s love and forgiveness. Join (in)courage and let God create in you a heart of mercy!

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  • Our Father : A Study Of The Lord’s Prayer – A 6-Week Bible Study


    The Lord’s Prayer is a treasure trove for every Christian’s spiritual journey.

    Every day, Christians around the world recite the Lord’s Prayer. But could we drink more deeply from this sacred gift? Author and Bible teacher Becky Harling thinks so–after immersing herself in the Our Father prayer, she has found herself more deeply and profoundly in love with Jesus and passionate about following Him. In this 6-week Bible study, Becky shares six life-changing invitations that Jesus offers every believer through this prayer. Jesus warmly invites us:

    *to know God as Father
    *to worship
    *to surrender
    *to ask audaciously
    *to find freedom through forgiveness
    *to live victoriously

    We are living in a time of increasing fear and depression, a time of disenchantment and disappointment. But there is healing for our souls in the Lord’s Prayer. The Lord’s Prayer not only teaches deep theology about our relationship with God but also about our relationship with others. Christians will come to repeat the Our Father prayer thoughtfully and lovingly. Join Becky Harling in reclaiming the beauty, boldness, and blessing offered to every believer through the Our Father prayer.

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  • Way Of The Chosen


    Discover what it means to belong to and be blessed by God.

    We all have to choose: the wide road that leads to destruction or the narrow path that leads to life. The third season of the groundbreaking television show, The Chosen, picks up with how Jesus’ followers apply His teaching to their lives.

    The Way of the Chosen is an eight-lesson interactive Bible study for individuals or small groups that works in tandem with each episode of the show. In modeling “the narrow road that leads to life” it includes:

    *Forgiving the way Jesus does
    *Going when and where He says to go
    *Grieving what He grieves
    *Standing firm on His words and character
    *Delighting in the things that please Him
    *Asking because He says to
    *Welcoming those He welcomes
    *Trusting His will and way

    Readers will be challenged to move from knowing who Jesus is to living out their faith by going the way of the Chosen.

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  • Image RESTored : Tear Down Shame And Insecurity To Experience A Body Image


    Esther Press Presents Image RESTored by Rachael Gilbert

    Includes Six-Session Video Series


    Have you ever concealed your body image struggles or disordered diet behaviors from others?

    Wife, mom, and fitness instructor Rachael Gilbert struggled with shame and insecurity when she didn’t measure up to her dream body image.

    Then, as a licensed counselor, she realized how many women bury the same painful secrets … feeling as if we’re the only ones who see ourselves as fixer-uppers in need of improved curb appeal.

    We need restoration.

    In Image RESTored, Rachael gives the blueprint for a body image renovation that grounds us in God’s love and helps us appreciate the only body we’ll ever call home in this life.

    See your whole self in a new way with an inside-out approach that includes:

    *Scripture, prayer, and journaling prompts
    *Creative coloring sheets
    *Reflection guided by therapist insights

    This step-by-step body image renovation leads to the big reveal we long for: freedom to show up fully as ourselves, just as God created us.

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  • Promises Kept : 5 Old Testament Covenants And How Christ Fulfilled Them – A


    A covenant is a bond. A promise. A token of abiding love.

    Promises ground us. With every promise comes stability and beauty. Every kept vow gives courage and hope. In Promises Kept, passionate and gifted Bible teacher Courtney Reissig takes students through five Old Testament covenants–promises–with the goal of seeing God’s beautiful storyline.

    What are the purposes of God’s covenants and how do they inform and transform the way we live? During these six weeks, we discover the meaning of God’s Covenant with Adam, Abraham, the Exodus and Passover, the Mosaic Covenant, God’s Covenant with David, and the New Covenant Promised. Participants see God’s purposes for His people, their place in His purposes, and how the entire Bible fits together. Additionally, we will see how Jesus fulfills God’s loving covenants.

    Each day of homework can be completed in 20-30 minutes, with rest days included. In the process of this study, readers learn and employ an interpretive method: observe, interpret, and apply. This simple yet indispensable tool is a gift that will equip and bless all further Bible study. As we dive into God’s precious promises to the people He loves, we’ll find our hearts strengthened and encouraged to face our days with greater love and courage.

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  • Through The Desert


    This 6-week interactive video-based Bible study of God’s faithfulness during difficult times invites you to experience a fresh move of God in your life even in spiritual deserts.

    In the midst of suffering, we often feel spiritually parched. We wonder if God is with us in this barren land or if He is simply a mirage. Yet Scripture shows us that no matter where God’s people find themselves–in battle or prison, in valley or wilderness–one thing is true: God is faithful.

    In this rich Bible study, Lina AbuJamra invites us on a journey to the desert with Abraham, the Israelites, John the Baptist, and Jesus. Lina’s teaching, companion online videos, and thoughtful discussion questions help you find:

    *A renewed sense of purpose.
    *Freedom from feelings of failure and regret.
    *A greater sense of trust in God.
    *Deeper peace as God’s promises overcome your fears.
    *Gifts of mercy, purpose, and spiritual abundance in our own deserts.

    Through the Desert shows us how we can trust in God’s presence while still acknowledging our pain. Because God longs to reveal His faithfulness to us … exactly when we need Him most.

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  • Exploring The Earliest Gospel


    Helping kids fall in love with God and His Word as they study the Bible for themselves

    Now more than ever, kids need to know and explore their Bibles.

    Getting our kids engaged with Scripture early on is vital to their discipleship. In fact, research shows that Bible reading is the number one indicator for spiritual growth. Exploring the Earliest Gospel gives kids the chance and tools to know God through His Word.

    In this kids’ Bible study, Rebecca McLaughlin and her young theologian daughters Miranda (12) and Eliza (10) guide your kids through the book of Mark. This adult-child collaboration will help your kids see themselves not just as passive recipients of teaching from grown-ups, but active participants who can engage with the Bible for themselves. At its heart, Exploring the Earliest Gospel is a study of a person: Jesus. Through sixty-six days of fun and fast-paced study, your kids will get to understand more of Jesus’ life, death, and resurrection.

    Mark’s Gospel was the first gospel to be written, and it’s based on the memories of Jesus’ disciple Peter. Since Peter was an act first, think later kind of guy, your kids will notice that Mark uses the word “immediately” a lot. This is an action-packed book! As your young disciples enter the stories that were written and meant for them, they will learn how to observe, interpret, and apply God’s Word to their lives.

    If you’re looking for a theologically rich, accessible bible study that helps your kids know and fall in love with Jesus and paves the way to a lifelong love of God and the Bible, give them Exploring the Earliest Gospel.

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  • Create In Me A Heart Of Wisdom


    We all want and need wisdom, but how do we get it? When we’re in a relationship with a toxic person and need boundaries, when our churches are divided by theological differences, when we don’t know how to navigate unexpected difficulties, knowing what the right, good, or wise thing to do is difficult. So where do we begin?

    Create in Me a Heart of Wisdom is a six-week Bible study that will help you:

    – discover the wisdom that is available to you no matter what circumstance you’re in

    – learn how to live wisely by the help of the Holy Spirit, through your community, and with practice

    – experience the beginning of a thriving life when you choose God’s wisdom over human wisdom

    The wisdom of God is accessible to us all, and the first step is to ask God for it. Join (in)courage and let God create in you a heart of wisdom!

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  • Forgiven And Set Free (Revised)


    No matter what influences a woman to end a pregnancy, the physical, psychological, and spiritual side effects are real and not always anticipated. Feelings of guilt, shame, and grief become a heavy burden, and many women feel that they will never be free, that no one understands, that God will never forgive them. But there is hope.

    Linda Cochrane has been there. With an understanding spirit and a gentle hand, she guides hurting women to bring their emotional scars “out of the dark past and into his holy light” where true and lasting healing can take place. Cochrane delves into the Scriptures to offer help with issues such as relief, denial, anger, forgiveness, depression, letting go, and acceptance.

    For every woman yearning for the peace of God’s forgiveness, this study can be the first step to healing and wholeness.

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  • Ezra And Nehemiah Study Guide With Leaders Notes (Student/Study Guide)


    The story of Ezra and Nehemiah plays out against a backdrop of ruins. There’s a ruined city, a ruined house of worship, ruined homes–ruined life with God. As is often the case in our own lives, the wreckage was largely their own fault. Their path to rebuilding, at its core, was a journey back to God. As you study Ezra and Nehemiah with Iain Duguid, you too will be encouraged to return to the God who is always faithful.

    Duguid dives into lamenting sin, facing opposition, faithfully worship, and battling discouragement. This study will renew your joy in the Lord and encourage you to turn away from your own way and toward God, ultimately discovering Jesus is the one who rebuilds and brings new life where there is ruin and decay.

    This small group guide with leader’s notes includes ten in-depth lessons that include discussion questions, a short article to read, and a practical application section that can be used for one-to-one discipleship, small group, or large group settings.

    Ezra and Nehemiah: Rebuilding What’s Ruined is part of The Gospel-Centered Life in the Bible series published in partnership with Serge. Each book in the series examines how the gospel story is revealed throughout both the Old and New Testaments.

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  • 1 Peter Study Guide With Leaders Notes (Student/Study Guide)


    Displaced–that’s what it feels like to be a Christian in an increasingly post-Christian world. You speak the language and understand the culture, yet don’t quite feel at home. How do you live as a Christian in a world that doesn’t share your convictions? Can you still hold firmly to biblical truth even as you love others? Robert Thune unpacks how the apostle Peter spoke to these issues in the first of his letters to first-century Christians.

    Thune’s study examines living a gospel-shaped life in a contrary culture. You will be encouraged by the generous grace of God and how he has called Christians to a living hope and a deep joy that can be found even in the midst of trials and opposition.

    This small group guide with leader’s notes includes ten in-depth lessons that include discussion questions, a short article to read, and a practical application section that can be used for one-to-one discipleship, small group, or large group settings.

    1 Peter: Life as an Outsider is part of The Gospel-Centered Life in the Bible series published in partnership with Serge. Each book in the series examines how the gospel story is revealed throughout both the Old and New Testaments.

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  • Isaiah Study Guide With Leaders Notes (Student/Study Guide)


    Did you know that the prophet Isaiah preached the gospel? The central message of Isaiah is a simple message–God saves sinners. Through a study of Isaiah, Jonathan Gibson guides participants in savoring the basics of the gospel that we need to remember daily: we need saving. We need God every day. Isaiah reminds us again and again that our hope is not in ourselves–it’s in turning from our own way and turning to God in faith.

    Isaiah: Good News for the Wayward and Wandering will challenge you to reorient your life to truly love what is good and just and merciful, experiencing an inward change of purpose, turning away from sin and toward godliness and dependency on Christ.

    This small group guide with leader’s notes includes ten in-depth lessons that include discussion questions, a short article to read, and a practical application section that can be used for one-to-one discipleship, small group, or large group settings.

    Isaiah: Good News for the Wayward and Wandering is part of The Gospel-Centered Life in the Bible series published in partnership with Serge. Each book in the series examines how the gospel story is revealed throughout both the Old and New Testaments.

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  • Isaiah : Discovering Assurance Through Prophecies About Your Mighty King


    Move from a focus on current circumstances to a trust in a future with King Jesus

    It’s not breaking news that the world is in turmoil. Disease, economic issues, global and political unrest–it all combines, threatening to overwhelm us all with despair of ever achieving peace. In addition, many Christians have been told that they are responsible for bringing heaven to earth. They believe that if they can do enough good deeds, they will make life beautiful again.

    Sue Edwards argues that this attitude is not only unrealistic, it causes many believers to lose the courage and stamina it takes to follow Christ. The answer to this dilemma–as to so many others–is found in scripture. Isaiah’s prophecies of the coming King are a reminder that it is only when Jesus returns and sets up his kingdom that the promise of true justice and peace on earth will be fulfilled.

    Shifting focus to the exciting future and away from unrealistic, impossible expectations of the present frees believers to live with adventurous anticipation and emotional health. It’s good news for a generation of overwhelmed Christians!

    With her trademark clarity and impeccable scholarship, Sue Edwards mines Isaiah for the prophecies that ignite a freeing confidence for readers in her latest addition to the popular Discover Together Bible Study series.

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  • Create In Me A Heart Of Peace


    Jesus said, “Peace I leave with you. My peace I give to you.” So why are we still wracked with stress and anxiety? Why do we look at our world, our own churches and neighborhoods and see anything but peace? What causes this disconnect between what we read in Scripture and what we often experience in our own lives?

    Create in Me a Heart of Peace is a six-week Bible study that will help you:

    – experience an inner calm-meets-strength that doesn’t rattle with volatile circumstances or disappear with busyness

    – learn to make peace a daily posture and practice that shapes the rhythm of your days and tethers you to Jesus

    – discover a fresh outpouring of the Holy Spirit in your life and pursue peace as your God-given purpose

    The peace of Jesus is more powerful, practical, and applicable to our lives than any counterfeit version this world could offer. Join (in)courage and let God created in you a heart of peace!

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  • Discovering Good News In John


    Welcome to Your Interactive Journey Through John!

    Whether you’re a new or longtime believer, you’ll gain a wealth of wisdom when you study the Gospels! In Discovering Good News in John, authors Pam Farrel, Jean E. Jones, and Karla Dornacher encourage you to revisit the story of Jesus’s life–and be transformed along the way.

    This 10-week Bible guide illuminates John’s unique account of Jesus’s mission, ministry, and resurrection, calling you to pause and ponder each verse. You’ll be uplifted by:

    *fresh insights into the incredible book of John
    *enlightening contexts, including the culture, celebrations, and community of Jesus’s era
    *new applications from the Good News for your daily life
    *motivating devotions followed by affirmational prayers
    *creative coloring pages featuring hope-filled, worship-inspiring Bible verses

    Immerse your heart, mind, and soul in the life-giving truths of this Gospel! This new installment in the Discovering the Bible series will give you brand-new eyes that let you savor and cherish each detail John reveals about Jesus’s time on earth.

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  • Shepherd King : The Life And Times Of King David In Israel


    This Scripture Adventure is a journey through David’s life and his reign as king, a reign with its ups and downs, failures and successes. More than a list of historical facts, David’s life and legacy provide us with several life lessons, lessons that can serve to guide us daily, even moment by moment, whether we are serving only as “king” over ourselves or as leader over many. There are many “kingdoms” one can successfully rule or one can fail to rule. Which “kingdoms”? The “kingdoms” of “self” (with its many areas), as well as of home, church, school, a team, a neighborhood or community, a region, even a nation.

    Here are some crucial facts when looking at David or any other leader: simply knowing his successes will not make us successful. Nor will knowing his failures keep us from failing, but we can learn. Here is an important truth: one does not have to fail personally; one can learn from others’ failures and one does not have to succeed in the same way as other “kings” or leaders. When all is said and done, the crucial questions are these: “Have I pleased the Lord?” “Have I followed Him and His Word?” “Have I helped others connect with Him to know and follow Him?” “Have I helped others through their life journey?” David certainly knew the Lord, sought to follow Him and sought to get others to follow Him and His Word. We can learn from David, from his stands and his stumbles, his successes, and failures. After all, it ever remains a matter of the heart-seeking God’s heart as well as learning from David’s heart for each of our hearts.

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  • Unexpected Revival : Experiencing God’s Goodness Through Disappointment And


    An Unexpected Revival is an eight-week Bible study by author and speaker Erica Wiggenhorn that works systematically through the prophecies of Ezekiel. Expository in nature, it guides the reader through sample portions of the text, chronologically grouping prophecies by audience, purpose, and message. This method allows readers to understand the overall messages of Ezekiel without having to walk through every single verse. Ezekiel’s visions and word pictures prompt readers to contemplate their own obedience to God’s call and awaken to their purpose in their generation. There are five days of lessons per week, totaling 40 lessons in all. After eight weeks readers will be awakened to a need for revival in their own hearts and lives. A deep dive into Ezekiel results in greater obedience and a bolstered faith.

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  • Journey : A Study Of Peter For Stumbling Toward Jesuss Extravagant Grace


    Discover how Peter’s broken pursuit of Jesus can offer us hope and courage

    Peter was an ordinary man of his time. He started as a humble, hardworking fisherman. But he ended his life with a lasting legacy that still inspires Christians worldwide today. His path from one to the other wasn’t smooth or straight. And there is enormous hope in understanding his rocky, stumbling journey of following Jesus.

    In this eight-week Bible study, Jodie Niznik delves into the ways Peter’s missteps and failures reveal God’s grace. When Jesus met Peter in those broken places and called him to get back up, dust himself off, and keep following, we are, in turn, taught how to follow Jesus in our own lives. Along the way, Niznik emphasizes mindfulness practices to readers, inviting them to come to each week’s study with a quiet mind and ready heart.

    There is no wallowing in mistakes here, however. Instead, drawing on all four gospels and other supporting Scriptures, Jodie invites readers to see the grace, mercy, and correction of Jesus in the life of Peter, and then to draw parallels to modern Christian lives. Each chapter begins with a spiritual practice that ties into the week’s theme to help women engage their heart in the study.

    Though Peter lived two thousand years ago, he is proof that if God can use an imperfect life like his, then God can and will use Christians today, despite all those ways they feel themselves failing, coming up short, and falling away.

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  • Exodus : Stop Walking In Circles


    We all carry habits and hang-ups that can sometimes stop us from getting that promotion, hurt our relationships with those closest to us, or stunt our growth toward deeper levels of intimacy. You know who God is calling you to be, but sometimes wonder how you’re ever going to get there. This journey through Exodus is designed to give you tools to help you break those bad habits and move you into your promised land: that place God is calling you to.

    We will dive deep into Exodus 12-18, the journey out, and unearth what kept the children of Israel from reaching their dreams. After 400 years of captivity, they walked in circles for 40 years and only a few actually made it into the land flowing with milk and honey. What did they do that stopped them? Why were they unable to make it? God had so much to offer them and yet they could not break out of the same old habits, the slave mentalities, that halted their destiny.

    God has a plan for your life and wants to see you reach it just like he wanted the children of Israel to reach Canaan. Similarly, we must break some habits in order to sustain the calling and develop the character along the way. So, stop walking in circles, girl, and let’s reach those promises!

    Women will walk away with tools and tips to break the habits that are stopping them from moving into more. By diving into the way Egyptian culture influenced the children of Israel, we can draw parallels to today’s modern culture and how that may be influencing our thinking and way of life. Using hermeneutical interpretation, we will help readers to better grasp the way generational inheritance can impact “ways of life” that have just seemed normal for far too long. From personal experience, Rebecca will draw on neurology and the brain and how just because it’s always been, does not mean it is God’s way, and the children of Israel are a great example of that.

    Women will learn more about one of the most important parts of God’s story-the exodus of His children out of captivity with the world ahead of them. What stopped them? It will leave readers leaning in, asking what is stopping me?

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  • Life Principles From Unforgotten Women Of The Bible


    A quick glance at Scripture reveals the same familiar stories we’ve heard before. But when we slow down and take the time to look, other stories start to stand out to us-stories of women who played a role in God’s great story of salvation. Not all of them are named. Some of them are only mentioned in a line or a phrase, but they were significant enough for their stories to be recorded in the Book of Life. By studying them, we can learn for ourselves what it means to live a legacy of faith-what it looks like to live a life that is worthy of being remembered.

    Over six weeks, we’re going to study the stories of six of these lesser-known women of the Bible. None of them had much time in the spotlight. They are the supporting cast-the roles that get listed way down in the credits right before the makeup artists and the lighting crew. Yet they are woven into the tapestry of faith, and we should consider their stories significant because God says they are significant to him.

    *The five daughters of Zelophehad, who courageously claimed their inheritance.
    *Huldah, who valued God’s Word and helped usher in revival.
    *Abigail, whose words averted disaster and helped call King David into his destiny.
    *The Widow of Zarephath, who wasn’t searching for God but discovered God was searching for her.
    *Leah, the unloved sister who found acceptance in God’s presence and purpose
    *Gomer, who discovered the power of God’s redeeming love.

    They aren’t the women of the Bible whose names always make the Sunday School list, but their lives mattered. Their stories matter. So does yours.

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  • Create In Me A Heart Of Hope


    Have you ever felt hopeless? Perhaps you’re facing circumstances you never prepared for or even imagined. Maybe you’re looking for any hint of encouragement, any inkling that this–whatever your this might be–won’t last forever or destroy you. Maybe you’re afraid to hope or perhaps you’re not even sure what hope is.

    Whether you’re new to faith or a lifelong Christ follower, holding onto hope can be hard. Create in Me a Heart of Hope is a six-week Bible study packed with relevant observations and applications, as well as daily prayers and Scripture memorization. Perfect for individuals or small groups, this study will help you:

    – learn where hope comes from and the difference it can make in your life

    – cling to God’s truth and assurance when you’re waiting or overwhelmed, when you’ve been hurt, or when you feel trapped

    – begin living with confidence as you firmly grasp the hope God is offering

    Whatever you’re facing, God’s unshakable hope can meet you there.

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  • Blessed Are The Chosen


    Blessed Are the Chosen is an eight-lesson interactive Bible study for individuals or small groups based on season 2 of the groundbreaking television show, The Chosen. This study brings both the Old and New Testaments to life in an approachable and conversational way.

    This study guide works in tandem with each episode of the show and includes:
    *A deeper look at God’s character, power, and promises using the framework of Jesus’s Sermon on the Mount
    *Script excerpts, quotes, and illustrations from each episode
    *Scripture to provide lesson context
    *Pictures and bios of characters for increased connection
    *Conversational features to invite Bible knowledge
    *Guiding questions for group or individual discussion or reflection

    Once we belong to Him, we’re not only given a new identity; we’re ushered into a new reality–one that is sure, powerful, and life changing.

    And so–
    *We have hope no matter our circumstances.
    *We have assurances and resources, even in life’s trials.
    *We are blessed in all things because we are chosen by Him.

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  • Proverbs Volume 1


    In eight weeks, women will learn what the proverbs say about daily life, how they apply to modern times, and how they reveal the wisdom of God for all readers.

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  • Women Of The Bible


    Loaded with charts, graphs, images, and fascinating facts, the Women of the Bible: Old Testament Bible Study is easy enough that the new believer understands, but in-depth enough that the longtime churchgoer still comes away learning something new.

    This six-session Bible study explores the impact of incredible women from the Old Testament. With fascinating historical insights and engaging discussion questions, you’ll learn about Old Testament women such as:

    *The outspoken matriarch Rebecca
    *Five daughters who reshaped the law for women in ancient Israel
    *The outstanding judge Deborah and the feisty warrior Jael
    *A life-saving wise woman of a city under siege
    *The hospitable woman of Shunem
    *Lady Wisdom from the book of Proverbs who is the picture of wise living

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  • Trust : A Study Of Joseph For Persevering Through Life’s Challenges


    Jodie’s insightful and practical application of Scripture keeps her studies at the top of my list.–Kat Armstrong, author of The In-Between Place

    Joseph’s life looked charmed from the beginning. He was the favorite son of the favorite wife of Jacob, a wealthy patriarch. And Joseph was given a prophetic dream from God about his family’s future. There was no reason to expect anything going wrong–and isn’t it simple to have faith when all is well? But one gift too many, and his ten jealous older brothers had had enough. They sold him into slavery–and kicked off years of Joseph’s world spinning out of control. Yet, in both dire circumstances and honored positions, he chose to trust God. In the end, God used Joseph to save the very family who betrayed him, and ultimately preserve the lineage of Jesus. Joseph’s life’s purpose was bigger than he ever anticipated. In times of uncertainty, questioning where God is and what he’s up to feels reasonable. But through this 8-week study of one remarkable man, Jodie Niznik reveals that God is always in control and worthy of our trust, no matter what. She delves into Scripture for new ideas on how readers can intentionally engage with God, offering a tool kit of spiritual practices and valuable observations of the triumphs and failures of this real man and his real faith.

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  • 1 Corinthians : The Grace-Changed Church – 8 Studies


    Andrew Wilson guides groups through the book of 1 Corinthians, showing how Paul’s encouragements and challenges to that church are to shape us as Christians today, both individually and as members of a local church.

    Features close attention to the text, a focus on real-life application, and questions that really open up discussion, plus a comprehensive guide for leaders in the back.

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  • Ecclesiastes Study Guide With Leaders Notes (Student/Study Guide)


    What constitutes a meaningful life? We seek fulfillment in success, prosperity, recognition, relationships, and even self-sufficiency, but we always seem to come up short. If you feel you are coming up empty in your life and need a bigger vision and greater purpose, this accessible study by David Gibson will show you that all of your hope for meaning lies in getting to know and trust your Creator.

    Listening carefully to the wisdom of Ecclesiastes will topple your false hopes in temporary comforts and achievements and steer you toward the unshakable hope you have in Jesus. Life is difficult and faith is a constant challenge, but dismantling your time-bound idols will help you look ahead to a hope-filled eternity and will equip you to live generously, wisely, and happily.

    This small group guide includes ten in-depth lessons that include discussion questions, a short article to read, and a practical application section that can be used for one-to-one discipleship, small group, or large group settings.

    Ecclesiastes: Life in the Light of Eternity is part of The Gospel-Centered Life in the Bible series published in partnership with Serge. Each book in the series examines how the gospel story is revealed throughout both the Old and New Testaments.

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