Gospel In Life Participants Guide Paperback
Grace Changes Everything
by Timothy J. Keller;
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Designed to accompany the DVD series, the book can be used for private study or with a group. Though the written material is quite theological in content,author Timothy Keller teaches with thought-provoking and challenging clarity.
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Gospel In Life Participants Guide
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In Week One you and your group will study the city, our home now--the world, that is.
Week Eight closes with the theme of the eternal city, our heavenly home--the world that is to come.
In between, youll learn how the gospel changes our hearts, our community, and how we live in this world.
Gospel in Life is an invitation to all who seek to live the message of Jesus right here and right now in our hearts, in our homes, and in the community around us.
Designed for use with the Gospel in Life DVD.
Session titles include:
Session 1,The City--The World That Is
Session 2, Heart--Three Ways to Live
Session 3, Idolatry-The Sin beneath the Sin
Session 4, Community
Session 5, Witness--An Alternate City
Session 6, Work--Cultivating the Garden
Session 7-Justice--A People for Others
Session 8, Eternity-The World That Is to Come
Gospel In Life Participants Guide by Timothy J. Keller was published by Zondervan in February 2010 and is our 4953rd best seller. The ISBN for Gospel In Life Participants Guide is 9780310328919.
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Details for Gospel In Life Participants Guide
|Author / Artist||Timothy J. Keller|
|Publisher||Zondervan (February 2010)|
|Number of Pages||240|
|Page last updated||13th January 2018|