Rahab : Don't Judge Me; God Says I'm Qualified (Study Guide) (Known By Name Series)
This four-session video Bible study series features a variety of speakers focusing on women from the Bible through dramatic vignettes, spoken word poetry, and traditional Bible teaching. The women in the Bible asked the same three questions we all...
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This four-session video Bible study series features a variety of speakers focusing on women from the Bible through dramatic vignettes, spoken word poetry, and traditional Bible teaching.
The women in the Bible asked the same three questions we all still ask today: How does everyone else see me? How do I see myself? How does God see me?
Rahab's story, found in the book of Joshua, is a story of a girl boss, an assertive, confident woman who did what she had to do to provide for her family. Her identity was shaped by her upbringing. With no Bible study to join or podcast to download, Rahab learned her beliefs and behaviors in a culture that believed in gods, not God. But when opportunity knocked, she boldly trusted in the God she had never known, and became something she never imagined-a woman who brought freedom to generations.
This Bible study will take you through Rahab's story as she trusted God's final word about her worth above society's. You will learn how to shed unhelpful labels and fears, and instead revel in God's unconditional love and acceptance of you-just as you are. You can be free from shame and doubt.
This study guide features video notes, group discussion questions, and between-session activities like reflecting on the drama and teachings, studying the character story in Scripture, memory verses, and journaling.
Your Past Has a Purpose.
Liking Your Reflection.
What's in a Reputation.
You Have a Choice.
Good enough, as is. God redeems.
Women's hearts are exposed and the truth of our nature is revealed as we explore the lives of women in the Bible who asked the same three questions every woman still asks today: How does everyone see me? How do I see myself? How does God see me?
Rahab was not the typical woman, but she displayed very typical female characteristics. She was nurturing and protective, vulnerable, and hopeful. Where we learn the most from Rahab is the one character trait she lacked: self-doubt. Rahab is our sister in Scripture who considered her worthiness in God against the cultural odds and standards then, and still today. Regardless of your personality, past, present, or position, there is a place in God's plan for you. He doesn't want your personality-He wants to redeem and use for His plan, just as you are.
Learn from Rahab in this four-session video Bible study (DVD/digital downloads sold separately), the subtle and apparent differences between what we think of ourselves, what society projects on us, and what God's final word about us says! This study will take you into the heart of Rahab as the everyday woman in modern culture through drama, expose the truth of our behaviors through strong Biblical psychoanalysis, and reveal the solid truth each of us longs for, to know that we are known by a God who considers us good enough, as is, and wants to redeem us!
Designed for use with the Known by Name: Rahab Video Study (sold separately).
Jada is an experienced Bible teacher and has committed her life to equipping women of all ages with practical, biblical truth. She currently serves as the Women's Pastor and as the Director of Creative Services for One Community Church in Plano, Texas. Jada teaches a mid-week women's Bible study to over 1,300 women each week. She has authored two books based on her Bible studies: Captive Mind and Thirst . She and her husband, Conway, have a son, Joah, and a daughter, Chloe.
Nicole Johnson is an actor, sought-after speaker, and popular author. She lives in Santa Monica, California.
Kasey Van Norman is a professional counselor, Bible teacher, and the author of the books and study series, Named by God and Raw Faith . Kasey writes and teaches about the love that redeemed her life from the shame of past abuse, addiction, infidelity, and, strengthened her through a life-threatening cancer diagnosis. Kasey is the founder of Northway Farms ; a non-profit serving homeless women in her community. She travels and teaches thousands each year as a ministry event speaker. She lives in College Station, Texas with her husband, Justin, and their two children, Emma Grace and Lake.