Growing Through Life's Challenges (Fisherman Bible Studyguide Series)
With over 80 titles, a 30-year history, and 4 million copies sold, Shaw's Fisherman Bible Studyguides continue to be one of the most trusted names in Bible study. Whether used as part of a daily personal study or a small...
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With over 80 titles, a 30-year history, and 4 million copies sold, Shaw's Fisherman Bible Studyguides continue to be one of the most trusted names in Bible study. Whether used as part of a daily personal study or a small group, they are invaluable tools to building stronger relationships with each other and with God.
Fisherman Bible studyguides offer a breadth and depth of biblical study that will appeal to both new and mature Christians. With outstanding authors and an emphasis on personal growth, they are written with a commitment to the unique authority of the Bible in our lives.
1. Growing through Rejection (Moses) - Selections from Exodus 2-5^2. Growing through Overwhelming - Responsibilities (Joshua),Joshua 1: I - I 1; 5:13--6:5; 23:1-16^3. Growing through Doubts (Gideon) - Judges 6-7^4. Growing through Loss and Grief (Job) - Selections from Job^5. Growing through Being in the Middle (Jonathan) - Selections from I Samuel 18-23^6. Growing through Facing Sin (David) - 2 Samuel II: 1-27; 12:1-14; Psalm 5 1^7. Growing through Depression and Anger (Jeremiah) - Selections from Jeremiah^8. Growing through Pressure to Compromise (Daniel) - Daniel 6^9. Growing through Perplexing Situations (Habakkuk) - Habakkuk 1-3^10. Growing through Failure (Peter) - Selections from Matthew 26; John 21:1-19^11. Growing through Weakness (Paul) - 2 Corinthians 4:7-12, 16-18; 12:7-10^12. What Makes It All Possible? - Psalm 116^
Help for Life's Struggles from Bible Heroes Who've Been There.
Throughout Scripture, we see evidence that God's people faced the same challenges we do today. From rejection to depression, facing overwhelming responsibilities to wrestling with doubts, these heroes of the faith shared the pain, frustration, and hopes that are common to modern day believers. By observing how biblical characters like Moses, Joshua, Daniel, Peter, and Paul, brought their fears and frustrations to God, we can learn to do the same. Filled with encouragement and hope, this study will convince you that God's character and presence can give you strength to face any difficulty.
10 studies for individuals or groups.
Martha Reapsome is retired and living in Downers Grove, IL. Martha Reapsome is retired and living in Downers Grove, IL. Formerly she served as midwest director of Neighborhood BiblFormerly she served as midwest director of Neighborhood Bible Studies, Inc., now known as Q Place, Dobbs Ferry, NY. e Studies, Inc., now known as Q Place, Dobbs Ferry, NY. C
James Reapsome, author of "Romans, "is editor-at-large of "Evangelical Missions Quarterly" and Associate Pastor of Western Springs Baptist Church in Western Springs, Illinois. He has written several Fisherman guides, including "Abraham, Jeremiah," and "Ezra and Nehemiah."