Joshua focuses on how God dealt with a particular people in a unique moment of history to achieve certain ends. Participants will learn unforgettable lessons about the faithfulness of God and what it means to be a citizen of His Kingdom. Also, while applying God's word to their life participants will learn historical insights, and word definitions. A leader's guide and assignments are included in the book.
For centuries God promised to give the land of Canaan to the family of Abraham. With the seasoned commander Joshua as His general, the Lord leads His army to take possession of its inheritance.
This Bible study on the book of Joshua examines the unforgettable lessons God taught His people about Himself and what it means to be a citizen of His Kingdom. • 16 lessons • Includes study aids and discussion questions
Joshua, LifeChange Bible Study Series
I have been using this series for Bible studies for over 10 years. It is easy to use and well-liked in my classes. I have used them by splitting them into 30 week sessions so we can spend more time on the study.
September 7, 2010
Page 6 of this books says that "you will find the Lifechange guide growing with you." Initially, the study feels a bit overwhelming. The whole book of Joshua is to be read--repeatedly--during the first lesson to get a feel for the whole book, to write chapter titles, to pick out main themes, etc.Then, for further study, one is encouraged to compare the whole book of Joshua to Acts and then Revelations. That makes for an intensive study indeed, going far beyond the 90 minutes that one is supposed to spend completing one lesson per week.One can concentrate upon the main questions, ignoring all the ones on the side, but for those who likes to be thorough, all the "extra" questions feel rather overwhelming for one week.
October 3, 2008
February 7, 2007