Every Christian has a unique, divinely ordained purpose. What is yours? Freshly updated with stirring new testimonies, this best-selling interactive study features six weeks of five short daily lessons, personal stories, and thought-provoking discussion questions to equip you to respond to our Lord's amazing invitation: Come and bear fruit that lasts for eternity! Includes leader's guide.
The Blackabys challenge every follower of Christ to explore the life-transforming, world-changing call that God gives each believer in this bold sequel to Experiencing God: Knowing and Doing the Will of Godmore than 7 million sold. This tenth anniversary edition contains fresh perspectives bookended with all-new personal testimonies that illustrate God's calling and accountability for all who experience Himto live fruitful lives. The authors help ordinary individuals to experience the reality that God is still calling them today just as He did in biblical times, to accomplish His eternal purposes. This six-week workbook will help believers answer: Who are the called? How am I called? What is a call? When am I called? How do I live out the call? and more. The study is ideal for individuals, small-groups, and leaders use. A DVD is also available and includes teaching sessions with Norman Blackaby as well as vignettes with Norman and Henry providing a retrospective on the past and continuing impact of this study born from the Scriptures.
Henry T. Blackaby is the author of Experiencing God, which has sold more than 7 million copies and has been translated into 50 languages. He is president of Blackaby Ministries International, an organization he founded to help people experience God in a more intimate way.
Norman C. Blackaby is a professor at Dallas Baptist University where his primary responsibility is teaching in the PhD program for the Graduate School of Leadership. In addition, Norman is the coauthor of Experiencing Prayer with Jesus, Encounters with God: Transforming Your Bible Study, Called and Accountable 52-Week Devotional, and a contributor to The Blackaby Study Bible and the Encounters with God book study series.