Discover how to strengthen your faith whenever your trust in God is tested! In this 12-session study, you'll look at the lives of 12 biblical people---including Nathan, Esther, and David---to learn how to face life's challenges using spiritual disciplines designed for believers who are pilgrims with a purpose, not tourists on vacation. 84 pages, softcover from NavPress.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 84 Vendor: NavPress Publication Date: 1997
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.4 X .2 (inches) ISBN: 0891099891 ISBN-13: 9780891099895 Availability: In Stock
This topical Bible study will help you get a grip on living your faith on a level that is deep and yet very basic. You will examine the lives of 12 Bible characters who stood firm on God's promises in the midst of life's chaos and endured in their faith.
If you want to plant your feet solidly on God and His Word, To Stand and Not Be Moved will give you the edge on what it means to "let nothing move you."
Fran Sciacca is currently the Director and Lead Teacher for Hands of Hur a unique Bible-teaching ministry whose vision and mission is to revitalize and strengthen existing Christian ministries. Fran is a veteran Bible teacher and author. He is a graduate of Denver Seminary and has taught Bible for over 25 years. As a writer Fran has authored over 30 Bible studies and books and has won three Gold Medallion Book Awards for his writing. He has been featured numerous times on the Focus on the Family radio show and his "A Message to Teens" is one of Focus on the Family's top 25 messages of all time. Fran has addressed audiences of all ages in the Southeast Atlantic seaboard and Colorado as well as Guatemala and Manila. He is a sought-after speaker for church and parachurch events including retreats and collegiate conferences. His unique blend of humor scholarship and passion for application creates a learning environment that is contagious and transforming. Fran and his wife Jill make their home in Birmingham Alabama. They are the parents of four married children and four grandchildren.