ELIJAH: OBEDIENCE IN A THREATENING WORLD, examines Elijah's life as he experienced God's faithfulness and provision, this study will challenge Christians to be obedient to God, even in the midst of an unsympathetic culture. Elijah was human, a "man of like passion." He gave in to fear and depression and felt outnumbered, misunderstood, and insecure. But he found power in obedience and prayer. This character study offers strong guidance for those who want to build their faith and prayer life. Fisherman Bible studies are among the most popular on the market. There are nearly 60 book, character, topical, or core studies to choose from, so you're bound to find something just right for your group. Each study features built-in leadership helps and a flexible format you can use in all kinds of settings. 10 studies for individuals or groups.
Format: Paperback Vendor: Random House, Inc Publication Date: 1986 Dimensions: 5 X 8 1/4 (inches)
It isn't always easy to serve our God in a culture that is alternately ambivalent and hostile toward him, especially when we ourselves are so flawed. We're not the first ones to face this challenge. In fact, Elijah--one of the most important prophets in history--faced the same struggle. Although he was outnumbered, misunderstood, insecure, and often fearful, he found power in obedience and prayer--and you can, too. Discover how you can obey and follow God even with your weaknesses in Elijah: Obedience in a Threatening World.
10 studies for individuals or groups.
Robbie Castleman, author of Elijah, is an assistant professor of Biblical Studies at John Brown University and is the National Coordinator of InterVarsity's Religious and Theological Studies Fellowship. She has written numerous studyguides, including Miracles,David, King David, and several books, including Parenting in the Pew and True Love in a World of False Hope.