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We've all had an "aha moment" in our lives, an insight that changes everything. With everyday examples and testimonies, author Kyle Idleman draws on Scripture to reveal how three key elements - awakening, honesty, action - can produce the same kind of "aha!" in our spiritual lives. In trademark City on a Hill style, the AHA Small Group Study marries straightforward bible teaching and cinematic storytelling. In it, three modern-day prodigals seek life apart from the Father, find themselves alone and desperate in their own distant country, and are faced with their AHA moment. The Small Group Study includes:
- A small group leader's DVD tutorial
- Six 30-minute video episodes on DVD
- An easy-to-follow Leader's Guide for facilitating a small group gathering
- One copy of the Action Journal for the study
Vendor: City on a Hill
|Publication Date: 2014|
The Easter Experience Movie, with Discussion GuideKyle IdlemanCity on a Hill / 2014 / DVD$14.99 Retail:3 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews Video
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Christian Study Guide with DVD: It's Not What You ThinkAndy StanleyZondervan / 2013 / DVD$25.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 9 Reviews
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Tootall25 Stars Out Of 5HAD TO SEE IT TO GET THE MEANINGJanuary 22, 2015Tootall2Quality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Still in the lesson and it became noticeable that some people in my group had been woke by a big alarm in there life.This series is good for young teenagers to come to terms with life and it's "MANY" part .
Brenda5 Stars Out Of 5AHAOctober 3, 2014BrendaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Excellent
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Q: Do the DVDs have Spanish subtitles?
Yes the dvds in curriculum will have Spanish subtitles.
Q: What is the suggested amount of time for each discussion (including the video)? I would like to use it for Sunday school. Can 1 discussion/video fit within 45 min. to an hour? Is it possible to break one video and discussion into two separate sessions?
According to publishers you should be able to fit everything into an hour's time slot, possibly 45 minutes, although it may be a little more rushed. Each video episode is about 30 minutes long, and then they recommend you allow 15-20 minutes for discussion. That gives you about 10 minutes before watching the episodes to catch up or for welcome/introduction, etc. You probably could split up the video/discussion time into 2 weeks, but it may be a little more broken-up and not flow as well, but that is purely up to you and what you think will work best for your group.