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Number of Pages: 96
Publication Date: 2010
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Experiencing God Workbook: Knowing and Doing the Will of God, Member Book, UpdatedHenry T. Blackaby, Richard Blackaby, Claude V. KingLifeway / 2007 / Trade Paperback$19.994.5 Stars Out Of 5 70 Reviews Video
Unglued Participant's Guide: Making Wise Choices in the Midst of Raw EmotionsLysa TerKeurstZondervan / 2012 / Trade Paperback$6.29 Retail:3.5 Stars Out Of 5 11 Reviews
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In his six-session small group Bible study, The Next Christians, Gabe Lyons cites modern day examples and looks ahead over the next century to how Christians can adapt to a new way of living their faith.
In the wake of the stunning findings that Unchristian, Gabe Lyons and David Kinnemans book, shared with the world about younger generations disenchantment with Christianity, Gabe Lyons became an active participant in many key discussions about the future of Christianity in the U.S. and the world.
The Next Christians study takes into account recent efforts at Christian renewal, addressing the significant challenges that could undermine the viability of Christianity if the faithful do not employ a completely new outlook. In it, your small group will discuss the ideas presented in the book, The Next Christians.
Lyons looks ahead at how Christianity can and must adapt over the next 100 years, as he optimistically paints a picture of how its best days might lay ahead as a new generation rediscovers their faith in this unprecedented new era in the West.
This Participant Guide features discussion questions, background information on each character, space to write down thoughts, a helpful Leaders Guide, and much more (95 pages). It is designed for use with The Next Christians DVD (sold separately) features interviews with notable thinkers and leader such as Tim Keller, Andy Crouch, Scot McKnight, Phyllis Tickle and Jon Tyson.
1. The End of Christian America
2. Restoration Thinking
3. Provoked to Engage
4. Creators Who Are Called
5. Grounded and In Community
6. Counterculture for the Common Good
Norton Herbst is a pastor at New Denver Church and also serves as Qs senior editor. Prior to this, Norton worked at North Point Community Church in Atlanta, Georgia, and helped write the Starting Point curriculum and study notes for the Starting Point Bible. Norton, Janis, and their three children reside in Denver, Colorado.