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A six-session DVD study, Jesus Prom explores the action words Jesus used (live, come, rest, learn, hear, give, go, die) and explains that our goal should be to become more like Jesus in his every word and deed. Let the word "Christianity" stop being an adjective for you and turn it into a verb. This Study Guide includes discussion questions, video notes, and in-between-session exercises. Each member of the small group should have their own study guide.
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2014
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 (inches)|
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Jesus loved verbs. He loved action words such as live, come, rest, learn, hear, give, go and even die. So wouldnt it make sense that the people who claim to follow Jesus would love the same words that Jesus loved?
Unfortunately, somewhere along the way someone tried to make the word "Christian" an adjective. So now people speak of "Christian" books and "Christian" music and "Christian" schools. When people use the word "Christian" as an adjective instead of a noun, it loses its meaning. Maybe this explains why so many churches have lost their purpose.
In Jesus Prom, Jon Weece explains how our goal as Christians is to become increasingly more like Jesus. Jesus loved people, which means we should love people. We dont "kind of" love peoplewe love them the way Jesus loves us. We impersonate his every move. If imitation is the greatest form of flattery, Jesus should be flattered by the actions of his Church. This study guide includes discussion questions, video notes, and in-between studies.
Designed for use with the Jesus Prom Video Study 9780529111715 (sold separately).
kathy5 Stars Out Of 5Jesus PromMarch 4, 2015kathyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5We used this guide along with the book and dvd for a ladie's Bible study. John's contagious enthusiasm, knowledge and humor team up for a great study!
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Q: how long is each video segment?
The sessions average about 20 minutes. The first session is about 26 minutes and is the longest, while the shortest session is about 16 minutes.