Jesus Over Everything Study Guide
Do you long to know what a truly transformed life really feels like? Do you want to? Every reference to transformation and a healthy spiritual life in Scripture is dependent on putting God first, so what's the problem?...
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Do you long to know what a truly transformed life really feels like?
Do you want to?
Every reference to transformation and a healthy spiritual life in Scripture is dependent on putting God first, so what's the problem? Often times our human struggle is rooted in our priorities and where Jesus lands on our laundry list of considerations. Regardless of what we know to be true, our actions do not reflect the truth and virtue that Christ promises when we choose to put him first.
Author, Bible teacher, and ministry leader Lisa Whittle challenges us to put Jesus over everything- from simple to complex circumstance, heart to head understanding, in everyday application and see what really happens. Because only when He is first do we know what a truly transformed life feels like. Lisa puts practical language to our universal difficulties, offering hope and direction for the future ahead.
Jesus Over Everything is a compelling picture of what Jesus followers both crave and struggle to define as we seek to give God His rightful place in our everyday lives.
In this six-week study (DVD/video downloads sold separately), women will learn the tools to live with spiritual consistency, break damaging thought patters, find greater motivation to take care of the same things that break Jesus' heart in their everyday lives, gain applicable insight into everyday issues and responses, and have a clear understanding of how much better life is when God is the priority, right now.
Designed for use with Jesus Over Everything Video Study (sold separately).
Lisa Whittle is the visionary implementer of various women's events and co-founder of Real Influence. Through insightful Bible teaching, with a refreshingly authentic faith, Lisa journeys with women to seek God's truth. A graduate of Liberty University, Lisa has done master's work in Marriage and Family Counseling at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. The co-author of The Seven Hardest Things God Asks a Woman to Do, she has also had articles featured in other publications such as HomeLife magazine and Crosswalk.com. Lisa and her husband Scott live just outside Charlotte with their three children where they laugh a lot and try to live a very real life.