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In The Daniel Dilemma Study Guide, author and pastor Chris Hodges uses the book of Daniel to show how to stand strong, stay engaged, love others, and do good in the ever-shifting ungodly culture around us. Learn how to be influential without compromising your values. Designed to be used in conjunction with The Daniel Dilemma Video Study (SKU: 088592). 6 Sessions.
Number of Pages: 112
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
|Publication Date: 2017|
As Christians, we have real hope in Jesus that we have been called to share with others. But how we share that hope makes a difference. In a world that rejects everything we believe, we face a dilemma: how do we walk closely with God without caving in to pressure or alienating those we want to reach?
In this six-session video Bible study, Chris Hodges looks at the lives of both Daniel and Jesus, showing how we can stand for our biblical beliefs without being hostile or insulting to others. We can stand up for God's truth in a morally corrupt culturewhile still loving othersbecause the goal is never about winning the argument but about winning hearts. As Jesus demonstrated, when we connect with others before we correct them, we can handle the hard questions without compromising God's grace or truth.
Chris offers fresh insights and practical ideas to encourage Christians struggling with their cultural reality to hold God's standards high and to keep his grace deepjust as Jesus did, and just as his followers today are called to do.
The Daniel Dilemma Study Guide includes video discussion questions, Bible exploration, and personal study and reflection materials for in-between sessions.
Designed for use with the Daniel Dilemma Video Study (sold separately).
Chris Hodges is the founding and senior pastor of Church of the Highlands. Under his leadership, Church of the Highlands has launched campuses all across the state of Alabama and has grown to more than 45,000 people attending weekly. He also co-founded the Association of Related Churches, launched a coaching network called GROW, and serves as chancellor of Highlands College, a two-year ministry training college. Chris and his wife, Tammy, have five children and live in Birmingham, Alabama.