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The Search for Significance Workbook is a 7-week, stand-alone workbook by Robert S. McGee, designed to help you change your thinking about the circumstances you encounter and to reveal God as the source of your self-worth. Each week are five study sessions (approx. 20-30 mins.) to be completed at home. A Leader Guide is included in the back of the book. The study can be completed in a group or individually. Note: The book, The Search for Significance, is not necessary for this study.
Number of Pages: 128
Publication Date: 2004
|Dimensions: 9 X 7.5 (inches)|
The Search for Significance Devotional Journal: A 10-week Journey to Discovering Your True WorthRobert S. McGeeThomas Nelson / 2003 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Hope Has Its Reasons: The Search to Satisfy Our Deepest Longings, Revised EditionRebecca Manley PippertInterVarsity Press / 2001 / Trade Paperback$11.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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The Search for Significance: Build Your Self-Worth on God's Truth - Workbook is an 8 session, small-group resource that gives practical learning activities that help believers in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord apply God's truth, and gain a real sense of self-worth.
In the Bible, Satan is described as a liar. Christians need to be aware of Satan's lies in order to recognize God's truth. Once aware of that truth, believers can then build a healthy view of themselves as they renew their minds. Participants will learn to recognize Satan's lies, rely on God's truth, and avoid the need for approval and performance-based traps as they build a healthy, biblical perspective on self-worth. Leader guide included in back of book.
Do any of these characteristics describe you?
- Always having to achieve more
- Always thinking you need others' approval
- Feeling unworthy of love and deserving of punishment
- Thinking you cannot change and are hopeless
All of us have these thoughts occasionally, but if you think you are often feeling one or more of these symptoms, The Search for Significance Workbook is written for you. In this study you will find help to:
- Get off the performance treadmill.
- Build your self-worth on Jesus, not others.
- Trace and replace harmful emotions with God's truth.
- Discover why your quests for meaning have not brought happiness.
karen B, Nirth Carolina5 Stars Out Of 5Helpful and EnjoyableMarch 8, 2018karen B, Nirth CarolinaQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4I purchased this workbook for a bible study class. Our instructor had some of the (text only) textbooks, which seemed to be a more wordy version of the workbook. The workbook itself can truly be utilized without the textbook or groups, but its nice to compare and discuss content in a study group.
The author stresses that we, and even others that have or will wrong us, are loved completely by God and nothing can change that, which is why we should be kind and loving to ourselves and others. He uses a lot of scripture to back that up in a way that is meaningful and applicable, not just thrown in for the sake of going on a Lifeway shelf.
My only geipe with the workbook is that it comes off a little...unnecessarily inteusive (?). It asks you to write the false statements and then the truth. I dont think its necessary to rewrite the false statement that the reader already knows all too well. It also asks the reader to write personal negative experiences in the 3" margins, but does not suggest applying any newly learned concepts to that reflection while disclosing past personal reflections. It would be nice if the book offered as much or preferably more lined space for the positive affirmations, since they're longer sentences than the negative. id also appreciate some lines in the margins, since the book often asks us to write in the margins.
I really love the pattern of a stand-alone workbook. Ive never done a stand-alone before. I would recommend the S4S workbook to any friend who is struggling with their identity in Christ and/or (I say this with loving observation) someone who seems to be a little short on giving God the glory for their acts of kindness. Personally, I enjoyed working through the book by myself and our instructor was very good about applying concepts in class. I found it helpful and enjoyable.
Libby Faulkner5 Stars Out Of 5November 29, 2007Libby FaulknerThis book saved my life when I was so depressed over my life and the loss of a son. I now use this book to teach people in recovery in a homeless shelter. Its awesome.Libby Faulkner
Linda J. Humes5 Stars Out Of 5July 5, 2007Linda J. HumesThis is an amazing text that I have taught and now send to inmates for self-study. What a wonderful book, helping people recognize their value in Christ!
Sandy Swanson5 Stars Out Of 5March 15, 2007Sandy SwansonI read this book several years ago when I was at a low point in my life emotionally and spiritually. It helped me to realize my worth in Gods eyes. I recommend it to anyone who is feeling unloved, unattractive,or unglued.
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Q: Is this the same workbook that is at the back of the book?
No, this workbook is designed for group studies, whereas, the study questions included in each chapter of the book are designed for personal use.