I Am Second Conversation Guide Paperback
To Be Used Alongsige The DVD-Based Study
by Doug Bender;
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I Am Second Conversation Guide
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This participants guide is for use with the I Am Second DVD group resource.
It features questions and discussions based on the six part DVD looking at issues such as:
This resource is based on the book I Am Second which details the stories of notable people in culture who have had radical and life changing encounters with Jesus Christ.
This has led them to the conclusion of who should come first in their lives - Jesus.
I Am Second Conversation Guide by Doug Bender was published by Thomas Nelson in October 2012 and is our 45096th best seller. The ISBN for I Am Second Conversation Guide is 9781401675806.
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With the I Am Second DVD-Based Study and Conversation Guide, you and your small group will encounter story after story of notable people throughout culture who have had a radical, life-changing encounter with Jesus Christ, and will be challenged to share your own “Second” stories with the world around you.
Conversation Guide includes:
- Six biblical lessons focused on Scripture passages and stories of those living “Second”
- Topics with which every person can relate, such as relationships, struggles, and success
- Small group discussion questions that will equip group members to put what they've learned into practice
Intended for use with I Am Second DVD-Based Study (ISBN: 9781401675783).
Details for I Am Second Conversation Guide
|Page last updated||19th March 2016|
|Author / Artist||Doug Bender|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (October 2012)|
|Number of Pages||95|