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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 1996
Availability: In Stock
Series: Life Principles Study
Dr. Charles Stanley's new series of Bible study guides feature insights and wisdom of this beloved pastor and author. Small groups and individuals who want a Bible study that's spiritually sound and practical will find a wealth of ideas to help them understand and apply the Scriptures to the real world. Each title takes a unique fourfold approach to get the most out of Bible study time - emphasizing personal identification with the Scripture passage, recognition of your emotional response, reflection of the passage's meaning and application, and taking steps to apply what's been learned. This is a sound way to explore the Word of God.
Dr. Charles Stanley is senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia. He is the author of numerous books, including The Blessings of Brokenness and other titles in the popular A Touch of His . . . devotional series. His popular radio and TV program In Touch is heard and seen worldwide.
Kathryn Johnson5 Stars Out Of 5December 6, 2009Kathryn JohnsonI had the privilege to lead & teach this study with the women's Bible study at my church this fall, 2009. It was wonderful. It dealt with the difficult and challenging situations that are and will be in our lives in a very positive way. Always pointing to God, His attributes, and how to grow closer to Him in faith through our adversity. The study leads to not only to advancing through adversity but to a growing intimacy with our Lord.
Mary Longoria3 Stars Out Of 5February 4, 2009Mary LongoriaNot sure yet, I'm studying this for a class of teens. Getting ready for the college world, work world.
Fred Marlow5 Stars Out Of 5January 21, 2009Fred MarlowI was looking for a daily study guide. This workbook does not have a daily study. The lessons can be done in about 1 hr each on my own. I am thinking of combining this study with "Our Daily Bread" to complete a mens study group. The material in this book is excellent.