Sea Changed: A Ten-Session Guide to Living a Transformed Life (Companion Guide)
:A twelve session study guide exploring the theme of the transforming power of God in our lives. The bestselling book Sea Changed looked at how God transformed Kate Nicholas' life. Now in Sea Changed: A Companion Guide Kate takes...
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:A twelve session study guide exploring the theme of the transforming power of God in our lives.
The bestselling book Sea Changed looked at how God transformed Kate Nicholas' life. Now in Sea Changed: A Companion Guide Kate takes the lessons she learnt from her personal journey and encourages us all to embark on the adventure of faith by living a transformed life.
Transformation is foundational to our faith as followers of Christ. Indeed the very meaning and purpose of our lives is to be transformed into the likeness of Jesus, who himself is the image of God in human form. As we read the Bible and integrate it into our lives, we are allowing the Holy Spirit to work a transformation in our lives. But God can also use the circumstances of our lives to help work this process of transformation. Kate's own dramatic testimony demonstrates how both these aspects have been fundamental in her own journey, and she weaves together both biblical and practical experience in this companion guide to help encourage us all to reflect more closely God's nature.
Using a mix of biblical teaching, personal testimony and questions for reflection, Kate helps us to understand what God wants to do in our lives and how we can apply the lessons learnt to grow more like him. The points for reflection in each session are divided into biblical study and personal application sections, making this an ideal resource to study either personally or in a discipleship or small group setting.
Kate Nicholas is an author, broadcaster and speaker with more than thirty years' experience in national journalism and global communications. She now runs a management and communications consultancy and preaches at the Amazing Grace church of St Peter and St Paul in Olney, Bucks.