Discipleship Explored: Universal Edition (Study Guide)
The Discipleship Explored: Universal Edition study guide is for each participant on the course. Each study includes an introductory discussion question, 10-12 questions on the Bible passage and a closing suggestion for prayer. Discipleship Explored is for anyone who wants...
Available Now.1 Available
You may also like
The Discipleship Explored: Universal Edition study guide is for each participant on the course. Each study includes an introductory discussion question, 10-12 questions on the Bible passage and a closing suggestion for prayer. Discipleship Explored is for anyone who wants to make the most of their Christian lives, but especially for people who have recently completed an evangelistic course and decided to follow Christ. The DE: Universal Edition features a series of Bible studies through Philippians which can be used on their own, or in conjunction with the Discipleship Explored DVD. The studies are designed to be universally accessible with a special emphasis on clear and simple English, making them suitable for use with internationals who are learning English (see the International Version of the study guide) and for anyone else who appreciates really clear and simple language. The Bible studies will also suit regular Bible-study groups and anyone who has recently completed a Christianity Explored course. Key features: - 8 Bible studies through Philippians (plus 2 extra optional studies) - Written in simple and clear English - Can be used with the Discipleship Explored DVD - Additional resource material available as free downloads. This Study Guide should be used in conjunction with the Universal Edition Leader's Guide.
Barry Cooper was born in Epsom, studied English Literature and Language at St Catherine's College, Oxford.After graduating with honours, he trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London and began a seven-year acting career. At the same time, he completed a church placement in London's East End, and spent several years leading on CYFA youth camps in the UK. He is now the 'writer-in-residence' at Christianity Explored, writing course material, training and speaking.
- Before We Begin
- Week 1: How Can I Be Sure I'm A Christian? - Philippians 1:1-11
- Week 2: What Am I Living For? - Philippians 1:12-26
- Week 3: Together For Christ? - Philippians 1:27 - 2:11
- Week 4: How Should I Live For Christ? - Philippians 2:5-18
- Week 5: Can I Be Good Enough For God? - Philippians 3:1-9
- Week 6: How Can I Know Christ Better? - Philippians 3:10 - 4:1
- Week 7: How Can I Rejoice In Christ? - Philippians 4:2-9
- Week 8: How Can I Be Content In Christ? - Philippians 4:10-23
- Extra: An Example To Follow? - Philippians 2:19-30