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In this inspiring and insightful 8-week Bible study, readers will discover ways they can experience healing and be released from the shackles of sin, addiction, abuse, and life circumstances.
Each week in The Great Escape: Redeemed for Life contains five lesson plans. Every lesson plan starts with a welcome and prayer, the body of each lesson filled with Scripture and encouragement. At the end of each lesson plan is a Reader Challenge to apply the day's lesson to their circumstances, followed by an Incarcerated Challenge written specifically for readers who are currently incarcerated.
Following a faith progression starting with an introduction of the Trinity, readers travel gently through the basics of Christianity, going a little deeper each week. Each lesson starts with a prayer and offers challenges to aid the reader in repair of brokenness, idleness, and destructive behaviors. Over the course of the study, the reader progresses to a place of not only survival, but purpose and joy. The study concludes with an entire week devoted to support for life after the study, proving the reader with tools to incorporate what they have learned into everyday life.
The Great Escape: Redeemed for Life Bible study guide provides encouraging inspiration and insight into what life can be like after the release of chains. In a society riddled with distractions--sin, abuse, addictions, being prisoners in our circumstances and even our own minds--this study offers freedom. Readers will learn of the hope available by truly surrendering their hearts to Jesus. Experiencing freedom to inquire, to change, to surrender, to forgive, and to move on to live a life that is Christ-centered will leave them truly redeemed for life.
Number of Pages: 336
Vendor: Deep River Books
Publication Date: 2018
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About the Author▼▲
Kathleen Ann Marchant and her husband Brian reside in Idaho, near their daughter and her family. Born in Midwestern De Pere, Wisconsin, Kathleen was one of the middle children in a sibling group of eight. She was raised on a strong ethical foundation, taught both at home and at the private Catholic school she attended. Through her journeys, teetering between the pulls of the deep roots of her faith and the worldly environment, she now shares her story of how she has learned to use all life experiences as tests and testimonies.
She has dedicated years of her life to ministering to those in prison and has come to realize that many people are imprisoned by things other than cell walls and are just as hungry for redemption. Kathleen feels most at home in the wide-open vistas of the Pacific Northwest, where she lives a life of peace and purpose through servanthood, writing, and public speaking, trusting in the Lord.