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Do you know what you believe? Are you prepared to defend it? In today's anti-Christian culture, every Christian needs to have a firm foundation and be prepared to stand for their faith. 1 Peter 3:15 says, "...Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have..." (NIV). But many people today do not know why or what they believe and are not prepared to defend their faith, let alone take a stand for it when opposition and persecution come.
Based on the hit movie, God's Not Dead, this 6-week study will help you be prepared to defend your faith. It will give you a strong foundation of Scripture and evidence to stand on that will not only help you stay strong, but allow you to reach friends and family for Christ. This kit includes:
- DVD featuring ten video clips from the movie, God's Not Dead
- Study Guide, for each of the six sessions
- Leader's Guide
- Bonus: Bumper Sticker
This study includes the following six lessons:
- Get Prepared - Learn and know the evidence for the existence of God through the truth of His word and the world He made.
- Have No Fear - Be confident as you step out and share the reasons to believe.
- Embrace the Evidence - The beginning of the universe points to a creator.
- Marvel at the Design - The complexity of life points to an intelligent Designer.
- Understand God's Purpose - Making sense of evil and suffering in a broken world.
- Share the Message - Start the adventure of sharing God's truth to the world around you.
Vendor: Outreach Inc
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.75 X 1.50 (inches)
Availability: In Stock
RickG1 Stars Out Of 5God's Not Dead Adult DVD pack and Study Guide very poorly doneAugust 15, 2014RickGQuality: 1Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1I purchased the adult DVD pack for use in a Sunday School class and found it to be poorly written. The leader's guide offers no help to facilitate the group. The study guide, while it refers to the movie clip for each session, also assumes that all member have recently watched the movie. This is not a stand-alone study for use in a small group. It requires more prep for the group leader than most others I have used. I would not recommend it at all.