Relat(able) Study Guide Paperback
Making Relationships Work
by Louie Giglio;
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A Bird's Eye View
A guide to the relationships we make, Relat(able) is a guide to a fruitful and meaningful life with those around you.
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Relat(able) Study Guide
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Relat(able) looks at relationships the way God intended them to be. Because He has gone to extraordinary lengths to relate to us, we have the potential to build incredible relationships with one another. Embracing God's love and receiving His grace changes the way we relate to him, our family, our friends, and ourselves.
In this study, Louie Giglio explores the fundamental question of what makes us relatable to others. He shows how God can change our perspective on relationships, give us greater purpose in dating and marriage, bring us peace in the midst of conflict, and help us restore relationships that seem broken beyond repair.
The Relat(able) Study Guide includes video discussion questions, Bible exploration, and personal study and reflection materials for in between sessions.
- The Shovel and the Spoon
- The Man/Woman in the Mirror
- A God to Call Father
- The Friend Everyone Longs for
- Becoming Someone vs. Finding Somebody
- Handshake of Peace
- Bonus: Why Date?
- Bonus: Marriage with a Mission
Designed for use with Relat(able): A DVD Study (9780310088745).
Relat(able) Study Guide by Louie Giglio was published by Thomas Nelson in July 2016 and is our 8770th best seller. The ISBN for Relat(able) Study Guide is 9780310088721.
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Details for Relat(able) Study Guide
|Page last updated||6th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Louie Giglio|
|Items in Pack||84|
|Publisher||Thomas Nelson (July 2016)|
|Number of Pages||160|