Tired of your devotional routine? Break out of the box! Harper offers a new spin on the Book of Hebrews---and on Bible study itself. An interactive DVD allows you to meet Lisa and her book group face-to-face. Topics include trusting God in tough times, cultural implications for Jewish Christians, and more. 228 pages, softcover with DVD from Tyndale.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 228 Vendor: Tyndale House Publication Date: 2005 Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.5 (inches)
Holding Out for a Hero is the first in a series of book studies by emerging author Lisa Harper. Throughout the study, Lisa guides readers along the road to a more complete understanding of Hebrews as she discusses such timeless themes as trusting God in tough times, holding onto hope when life is hard, and the importance of running toward God when you feel like running away. This study helps readers understand what life was like for a Jewish Christian during the first century and parallels that to our own trials today. The book also features an interactive DVD in which Lisa leads a group of women through the study and addresses the reader personally.