Transformed by the Presence of Jesus Paperback
Cover to Cover Study Guide for Small Groups
by Liz Babbs;
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Transformed by the Presence of Jesus
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Over the course of six weeks we step into the shoes of many well-known Bible characters including the disciples on the road to Emmaus, Peter struggling to walk on water, the Samaritan woman at the well, Mary Magdalene at the tomb and Mary and Martha, sisters to the deceased Lazarus ? all who were transformed by Jesus.
Ideal for individual or group use, each session contains:
- Opening and closing prayers
- Bible readings printed in full
- Eye Opener sections
- Contextual background
- Discussion starters
- Final thoughts from the author
- Further Study sections for those who want to delve deeper into Scripture.
The leader's notes at the back will help small groups get the maximum benefit from these incisive studies.
Downloadable meditative resources available.
Previously published as a Cover to Cover Lent Study Guide.
Transformed by the Presence of Jesus by Liz Babbs was published by CWR in February 2014 and is our 12311th best seller. The ISBN for Transformed by the Presence of Jesus is 9781782592372.
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Details for Transformed by the Presence of Jesus
|Page last updated||20th January 2017|
|Author / Artist||Liz Babbs|
|Publisher||CWR (February 2014)|
|Number of Pages||72|