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Hope is central to our identity as Christians. Just as our bodies need food, our souls need hope, and the supreme hope is found in a relationship with Jesus Christ. How does that relationship become real to us? In this book and 4-week study, readers are guided on a formative path of understanding who God is and who they are as God’s children. Part of The Basics series.
Number of Pages: 110
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2016
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Luke: New Hope, New Joy-Revised Edition, LifeGuide Scripture StudiesAda LumInterVarsity Press / 2001 / Trade Paperback$6.99 Retail:2.5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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Finding Hope When Life Seems Dark: Hosea, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, and ZephaniahKay Arthur, Pete DeLacyHarvest House Publishers / 2006 / Trade Paperback$5.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 6 Reviews
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Hope is central to our identity as Christians. Just as our bodies need food, our souls need hope, and the supreme hope is found in a relationship with Jesus Christ. How does that relationship become real to us? In this book and 4-week study, readers are guided on a formative path of understanding who God is and who they are as Gods children. Citizens of Hope is part of The Basics Series.
An invitation into a more faithful and profound understanding of Christian hope. An excellent resource for small groups, Sunday school, individual meditation, and both new and maturing disciples of Jesus. Janice Riggle Huie, Bishop of the Texas Conference of The United Methodist Church
A hope-filled description of what it means to be followers of Jesus Christ and a reminder of how God is at work in every aspect of our Christian journey. I commend this book to individuals and groups seeking to know how to walk as a citizen of hope in our Twenty-first-century world.Amy Valdez Barker, Executive Secretary, Connectional Table of The United Methodist Church
Since 2001, Clayton Oliphint has served as senior pastor at the 6,000-member First United Methodist Church in Richardson, Texas. Dr. Oliphint received a B.A. in History and Religion from Austin College and Master of Divinity and Doctor of Divinity degrees from Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University. Clayton and his wife, Lori, both preachers kids, are the parents of three children.
Mary Brooke Casad is former Executive Secretary of the Connectional Table of The United Methodist Church, chairs the Foundation for Evangelism Trustees, and is a director of the Texas Methodist Foundation Board. She received a BA in journalism from Southern Methodist University and is author of the popular Bluebonnet the Armadillo children's books. She is married to Rev. Vic Casad, and they live in Sulphur Springs, Texas.