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  • JesusJesus : the god who knows your name

    Lucado, Max.

    [PRE-ORDER ONLY; NOT YET IN STOCK] As Max Lucado reveals in this video Bible study, because Jesus became human, it is now possible for us to see God and hear his voice. If we want to know what matters to God, all we need to do is look in the Bible to see what matters to Jesus. If we want to know what God is doing in our world, we need only ponder the words of Jesus. By learning more about the person Jesus was and is, we come to understand more clearly the people we were created to be. Jesus inspires us to spend time at the foot of the cross and search the heart of the one who would rather die for us than live without us.

  • The Passion PlayThe Passion Play : living the story of christ's last days

    Fuquay, Rob.

    6 Sessions/ Recognize your own place in the story and Passion of Jesus. Jesus’ Passion story is presented each Lent in countless churches every year. But one play presented by the inhabitants of the village of Oberammergau, in Bavaria, Germany, may be one of the longest-running performance of all. Staged every ten years since 1634, the play makes an impact not only on the villagers who portray the characters but on all who see it as well. In The Passion Play, Rob Fuquay follows the biblical story of the Passion and shows how this amazing play has been used both as a ritual of praise and later as a weapon through its anti-Semitic past. The book makes a perfect six-week Lenten group study when paired with the additional Leader Guide and DVD that was filmed on location in Germany and includes behind-the-scenes footage of the production.

  • The Rewritten LifeThe Rewritten Life : When God Changes Your Story

    LaGrone, Jessica.

    6 Sessions/ The Rewritten Life, based on author Jessica LaGrone’s popular Namesake Bible study, is perfect for any small group looking for a powerful and practical biblical study designed for today’s busy groups. Six readable chapters explore the transformational power of God through the stories of people in the Bible whose lives—and names—were changed forever by God. As you meet Abraham and Sarah, Jacob, Naomi, Daniel, Peter and an unnamed woman, you will discover how God rewrote their stories giving them new names and identities that were in line with God’s call on their lives. In her own dynamic and engaging teaching style, LaGrone connects the biblical stories to our own lives, showing us that God wants us to be just as intimately involved in rewriting our stories so that we may become and do all that God has planned for us—all for God’s glory.

  • With Jesus in the Upper RoomWith Jesus in the Upper Room : a study of his final lessons for today's disciples

    Dunnam, Maxie.

    7 Sessions/ The last supper with Jesus was a momentous occasion for the disciples. This was the last intimate time Jesus had with His disciples, and has been called "Jesus' Final Discourse." Some biblical scholars refer to it as "Jesus' Last Will and Testament to His Church." In this seven-week study, Maxie Dunnam leads readers through John 13-17 to this most precious legacy of Jesus' teaching, the distillation of His thought and message—what He really wants us to hear. We are His modern friends, to whom He speaks as lovingly as He did to His friends in the Upper Room. Knowing all of this, will you listen to Him?.

  • Easter EarthquakeEaster Earthquake : how resurrection shakes our world

    Harnish, James A.

    Have you ever been in an earthquake? Earthquakes shake our most basic assumptions: that the ground will remain steady beneath our feet, that the world's current existence is the way it will always be. But when tectonic plates shift under the earth's surface and the ground shakes beneath our feet, it rattles the bedrock assumptions on which we build our lives. The Gospel of Matthew reports that on the first Easter morning, an earthquake rocked the earth, ripped open the tomb, and scared the Roman guards at the tomb, who""shook with fear and became like dead men" (Matthew 28:4). This book reverses the usual focus of Lenten studies by starting at the empty tomb and seeing the entire journey in light of the resurrection. Join James Harnish in this energizing exploration that will inspire you to live as a more faithful disciple of Jesus Christ. Small group questions are included at the end of chapters (8 sessions).

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