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Denise Delaney4 Stars Out Of 5is what other reviews said it wasOctober 4, 2012Denise DelaneyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5We are half way thru the bible study that this workbook/guide go to with Chip Ingram & so far all the ladies like it. What's nice is at the back there is a section that gives an outline how to run each session along with the answers to the notes section that Chip goes thru on the video's so you don't have to pause the video or anything. Even though we haven't finished it is a good study & all the reviews say lessons 9&10 are the best. You can bet that I will be using the workbook after the study is done because it is that kind of a workbook that you can get continuous use from it. Highly recommend.
Judith EardleyMarylandAge: Over 65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5June 25, 2010Judith EardleyMarylandAge: Over 65Gender: femaleI bought this to use as a study in our women's small group meetings. We are currently on lesson 8 of the series. Chip Ingram is an excellent teacher and presenter of the Word. This is the second of his series that we have studied...the first being The Invisible War, and I would highly recommend any of his teaching series. Miracle of Lifechange takes you through the process that God uses to transform us from worldly to spiritual, from the old life to the new. He shows us, from the Word, what God desires from us, and things in our life that often hinder our changing. He uses the picture of the worm "morphing" into a butterfly, and, in the last lesson, he used the picture of a butterfly that refused to leave the cocoon and fly into the new world that was waiting for him to enjoy because he was afraid to take a chance and leave what was familiar and comfortable. That's the same picture of a Christian who refuses to put off the old and put on the new and become all that God intended him/her to become. The workbook is a good tool to follow along with the video and to use for discussion purposes after watching the teaching session. Each teaching session takes between 22 to 25 minutes, so that leaves you plenty of time for discussion and sharing, etc. This series would be good to use in Sunday School or Small Group settings, or just to do your own individual study.
Celeste Rinehart5 Stars Out Of 5March 17, 2010Celeste RinehartThe study guide is well designed and has just enough interaction to keep you focused yet not so much to distract you by filling in blanks and missing the next point being made by Chip Ingram.
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