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Whatever … Teen's Edition

Bible Study on Christian Living, Relationship with Others. 6 sessions. 40 pages. By Anneke Hudson.

Whatever … Keeping Your Heart in Tune with Whatever Life Brings — Teen's Edition

Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things. What you have learned and received and heard and seen in me — practice these things, and the God of peace will be with you (Philippians 4:8–9).

"Whatever … Keeping Your Heart in Tune with Whatever Life Brings" takes a six-lesson look at Philippians 4:8–9. Each lesson contains Bible study, personal reflection and practical ideas to incorporate into your life. Designed as a group study, it can also be used as an individual study.

Lesson One: Whatever is True … Allowing God’s truth to humble our hearts and live in awe of Him and His counsel and grace.
Lesson Two: Whatever is Noble, Whatever is Right … Considering Whose voice will influence and guide our daily lives.
Lesson Three: Whatever is Pure … Inviting God to recreate purity on a daily basis.
Lesson Four: Whatever is Lovely … Cultivating a beautiful spirit.
Lesson Five: Whatever is Admirable … Looking to women who are living life well.
Lesson Six: Whatever is Excellent or Praiseworthy … Praising our excellent God in good and hard times. 
Epilogue: Continuing the process and putting into practice … (Philippians 4:9). Engaging my heart and mind in the things of God after the study is complete. 

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Whatever … Keeping Your Heart in Tune

Bible Study on Christian Living, Relationship with Others. 6 sessions. 40 pages. By Anneke Hudson.

Whatever … Keeping Your Heart in Tune with Whatever Life Brings — Women's Edition

Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things. What you have learned and received and heard and seen in me — practice these things, and the God of peace will be with you (Philippians 4:8–9).

"Whatever … Keeping Your Heart in Tune with Whatever Life Brings" takes a six-lesson look at Philippians 4:8–9. Each lesson contains Bible study, personal reflection and practical ideas to incorporate into your life. Designed as a group study, it can also be used as an individual study.

Lesson One: Whatever is True … Allowing God’s truth to humble our hearts and live in awe of Him and His counsel and grace.
Lesson Two: Whatever is Noble, Whatever is Right … Considering Whose voice will influence and guide our daily lives.
Lesson Three: Whatever is Pure … Inviting God to recreate purity on a daily basis.
Lesson Four: Whatever is Lovely … Cultivating a beautiful spirit.
Lesson Five: Whatever is Admirable … Looking to women who are living life well.
Lesson Six: Whatever is Excellent or Praiseworthy … Praising our excellent God in good and hard times. 
Epilogue: Continuing the process and putting into practice … (Philippians 4:9). Engaging my heart and mind in the things of God after the study is complete. 

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Whatever … Keeping Your Heart in Tune with Whatever Life Brings — Women's Edition

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Focus Lost … Focus Restored

Bible Study on Relationship with God, 14 sessions. 24 pages. By Rev. John Heckmann. Leader Guide available.

Focus Lost … Focus Restored

Depending on the situation, focus may vary, but our challenge as a Christian who is “simul iustus et peccator” (simultaneously [at the same time] saint and sinner) is staying focused on the things which God our Heavenly Father would have us focus. We see this various times throughout the Old and New Testament as God’s children lose sight of the opportunities He gives them to serve, and then, in His grace, God restores their focus. 

Focus Lost … Focus Restored deals with 14 biblical personalities and examples of times when they lost their focus and when their focus was restored by God. Each biblical personality could be studied in 30 to 45 minutes with discussion included. 

The study could be used as an ongoing lunchtime study or one or two sections as part of an LWML meeting. Each biblical personality could be studied by an individual who might desire to do one personality a day. Its uses are varied and can be easily adapted to fit the needs of an individual or group.

Lesson One: Adam and Eve
Lesson Two: Cain and Abel
Lesson Three: Noah
Lesson Four: Abram/Abraham
Lesson Five: Saul
Lesson Six: David
Lesson Seven: Solomon
Lesson Eight: Elijah
Lesson Nine: Jonah
Lesson Ten: John the Baptist
Lesson Eleven: Peter
Lesson Twelve: Saul/Paul
Lesson Thirteen: Family of Jesus/James
Lesson Fourteen: John Mark

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At Table with Jesus

Bible Study on Relationship with God, 7 sessions. 43 pages. By Rev. Kris Whitby. Leader Guide available.

At meals, much more can happen than the mere consuming of food. Around the table, as friends and family gather for a meal, relationships can be deepened, special occasions celebrated, important life matters can be discussed. In short, life is often shared over a meal.

Many significant things happened over a meal during Jesus' earthly ministry. "At Table with Jesus" invites us to journey into the Scriptures and take a seat around the meal table where Jesus dines. May the Holy Spirit use this study to deepen our understanding of what grace our Savior extends to those who get to dine with Him, and how He continues to set a place for us to be nurtured by Him. 

Lesson One: A Covenant Confirmed
Lesson Two: Meals that Bless
Lesson Three: The Abundant Provider 
Lesson Four: Anointed by a Sinner, Forgiven by the Savior
Lesson Five: The Humble, Heavenly Banquet
Lesson Six: Burning Hearts and Opened Eyes
Lesson Seven: A Meal for the Lost 

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Unveiled Faces

Bible Study on Relationship with God, 4 sessions. 28 pages. By Donna Snow.

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Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom. And we, who with unveiled faces all reflect the Lord’s glory, are being transformed into his likeness with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit (2 Corinthians 3:17–18 NIV).

Based on 2 Corinthians 3:17–18, helps you discover that just as oxygen gives life to your body, so the Spirit gives life to your soul. Take a deep breath and be refreshed by the very breath of God. By Donna Snow.

Lesson One: The Lord is the Spirit
Lesson Two: LIBERTY!
Lesson Three: Veils and Mirrors
Lesson Four: Wonderful Transformation

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Love's Priceless Gift

Bible Study on Relationship with God, 4 sessions. 23 pages. By Donna Snow.

“For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.” (John 3:16 NIV).

Based on John 3:16, recounts God's pursuit of us in love. This study offers incredible insight and fresh clarity into one of the most well-loved passages in all of Scripture. Fall in love all over again through the One who first loved us. By Donna Snow.

Lesson One: Amazing Love
Lesson Two: Priceless Gift
Lesson Three: To Believe or Not to Believe
Lesson Four: Life or Death

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Faith or Famine

Bible Study on Relationship with God, 4 sessions. 29 pages. By Donna Snow.

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Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see. … And without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to him must believe that he exists and that he rewards those who earnestly seek him (Hebrews 11:1, 6 NIV).

Based on Hebrews 11:1&6, explores the Biblical principles of cultivating and maintaining a strong faith, which proves essential on your spiritual journey. With a strong faith, through the power of the Holy Spirit, you can withstand any famine that you may encounter. By Donna Snow.

Lesson One: Confident Faith
Lesson Two: Trusting our Eyes of Faith
Lesson Three: Pleasing God
Lesson Four: Believing IS Seeing

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