The 7 Laws for Life DVD
7 Session Course based on Selwyn Hughes's 7 Laws of Spiritual Success
by Selwyn Hughes; Mick Brooks;
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The 7 Laws for Life
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Explore seven key spiritual principles that should be followed for a successful and effective Christian life.
Ideal for individual or small-group study, Selwyn Hughes considered this key teaching to be his legacy to future generations.
Through these eight deeply challenging, 20-minute sessions you will gain:
- Kingdom priorities
- A more positive outlook
- Greater perseverance
Presented by CWR's Mick Brooks in various locations including a maze, a police cell and in a glider!
The 7 Laws for Life by Selwyn Hughes; Mick Brooks is published by CWR and is our 16462nd best seller. The ISBN for The 7 Laws for Life is 5027957001114.
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The 7 Laws for Life I would like to know whether there is a study guide with/available to buy to use with this DVD, thanks
Could you please let me know how on long the average time for each of the talks? Is it possible to give a brief description of the title of each of the talks? Thank you.
This DVD resource consists of an introductory talk, and seven sessions each lasting approximately 20 minutes. The themes are 'First things first make worship your first focus, Count your blessings and develop an attitude of gratitude, Keep on keeping on staying the course, Remember to forget the art of forgiveness, Give yourself to others and improve the way you serve, Stay close to God repent and turn To God, and Cultivate your soul rid your soul of the suspicion that God is not good.'
Details for The 7 Laws for Life
|Author / Artist||Selwyn Hughes; Mick Brooks|
|Page last updated||1st April 2016|