Saying the word "sin" makes people uncomfortable---so we find other ways to describe our shortcomings! Dan Boone's challenging look at the seven deadly sins that infect our lives will reshape your awareness of them---and our Savior's gift of grace. Includes DVD with eight teaching sessions; printable leader's guide; and a copy of Boone's 128-page softcover book.
In Seven Deadly Sins, Dan Boone exposes the uncomfortable truth about the nature of sin. He examines its crafty characteristics and shows how sin can seep into the cracks of our lives when we least expect it. With a pastor’s heart and a professor’s wisdom, Boone discusses how the sins of pride, envy, anger, slothfulness, greed, gluttony, and lust have masked themselves in the ’newness’ of today’s technology and culture and even in our own enlightened, postmodern Christian thinking. With compassion and concern, he reveals the truth about sin; but he also reveals the truth about grace. Instead of condemnation and guilt, he offers hope and reminds us of Christ’s ability to resurrect and undo anything sin has damaged. With challenging revelation, Seven Deadly Sins brings readers to a loving Christ and shows them the life He’s waiting to wrap them in- a grace-filled life that is mended by love and free from the death and destruction of sin.As part of the inSIGHTmedia Series, this resource includes:A copy of the featured book, Seven Deadly SinsA DVD containing 10-minute video lessons, which correspond to the book’s various chaptersA printable leader’s guide- also included on the DVD- which will enhance group discussion and study
Dan Boone is president of Trevecca Nazarene University. He received a master of divinity degree from Nazarene Theological Seminary and a doctorate of ministry from McCormick Theological Seminary. Dan is a popular speaker in the Nazarene denomination; he has taught classes at Olivet Nazarene University and Nazarene Theological Seminary; has instructed for the Salvation Army; and pastored churches in Illinois, Mississippi, North Carolina, and Tennessee. He and his wife, Denise, live in Nashville, Tennessee.Boone blogs at www.DanBoone.me.