Exodus is a way out. It is a decisive act that leaves behind and moves on. Exodus and wilderness experiences significantly define the identity and existence of communities and individuals. How important have decisions to leave behind and move on been in your life? This study helps readers appreciate learning how God is in the midst of the movements and changes of life, no matter how minor or how transformational. Personal testimonies and options for service projects are some of the unique features. Seven easy to lead sessions with teaching helps are designed for adult learners in their 20's and 30's.
This resource provides young adults with a chance to become a part of an exciting new contemporary Bible study series for adult learners in their 20s and 30s. Each volume in the series challenges young adults to examine a powerful biblical image that defines and shapes their lives. Each volume includes these helpful features: Bible background on a respective image: covenant, exodus, community, and faith Articles on group leadership, organizing a study group, using small break-out groups, and choosing teaching options Case studies throughout the text and in the appendix to use as discussion starters Seven easy-to-use sessions with clear teaching helps on every page Opportunities to examine biblical and personal ideas more deeply Options for service projects Exodus: Leaving Behind, Moving On helps readers appreciate learning how God is in the midst of the movements and changes of life, no matter how minor or how transformational.
Barbara K. MIttman is an ordained deacon, certified in Christian education and youth ministry. She has previously published church school curriculum for youth and authored the Faith and Love volumes of 20/30. She lives in Nevada, Iowa.