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Forgotten God: Reversing Our Tragic Neglect of the Holy SpiritFrancis ChanDavid C. Cook / 2009 / Trade Paperback$10.49 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 102 Reviews Video
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Q: Does the DVD have English subtitles?
Yes, the DVD does have English subtitles.
Q: Does the workbook require daily study or can it be used to help with discussion after watching the DVD? Thank you.
This book was designed to be flexible to the userâs needs. You could use it for daily study or to facilitate group discussions once a week.
Q: How long are the video teaching sessions? How long is the video portion of Francis Chan's teaching?
The DVD has seven sessions with a total runtime of 67 minutes. The session times range from 5 to 12 minutes each.
Q: Will our study group need additional items for this study? I noticed there are a DVD, book, workbook, etc., on this study. Will our group need all of these, even though they are sold separately, or will the DVD and several Workbooks (one for each person in our group) be sufficient? Or, does each group individual need a book also for this study?
According to the publisher, Francis Chan recommends that everybody reads the book first, then do the study with the workbook and the DVD. You can use this study for a weekend retreat or a bible study. It is also recommended that if you have a large group of people, to break into smaller groups of no more than 4-6 people.