Ttd Whos in Control (Thinking Through Discipleship Series)
1. The Battle for Control ^2. Shameful Past, Present Struggles ^3. Power to Change ^4. Death, Sickness, Trials, and Emotional Wounds ^5. Why Does God Allow It? ^6. Spiritual War ^7. Ten Percent for God, Ninety Percent for Me ^8....
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When Back-Seat Driving Gets Dangerous Why is it so hard to allow God to be in charge of our lives? We often verbalize that it's what we want, yet when it comes down to really letting go, it's just plain difficult. In Who is in Control?, you'll examine some of the reasons behind the battle for control that we all face. You'll explore what it means to let Christ take charge of your past, your struggle with sin, the pain life throws you, your money, and even nature and the environment. What you discover may surprise you. The THINKING THROUGH DISCIPLESHIP Series Discipleship is not just learning information, having a quiet time, and being good. Being a disciple has to do with walking as Jesus did. That means that a disciple's goal is to walk through his home, his workplace, the grocery store-everywhere-talking, acting, and thinking like Jesus. Thinking is key. Christ wants not only to change what we outwardly do and say, but (more importantly) to transform the core attitudes, values, and motives behind what we say and do. In the THINKING THROUGH Discipleship series you won't find pat answers or sure-fire formulas for Christian growth. Instead, the studies in this series address real issues that people struggle with in their effort to know God, understand His heart, and see their own lives changed. Each study is designed to help you in the process of becoming more like Jesus on the inside.
This new addition to the Thinking Through Discipleship series examines the internal battle for control facing each of us, the role our past plays in our struggles, why God allows suffering, how we handle time and money, Christ's authority over nature and the environment, and Christ's authority over sexuality.
Karen Lee-Thorp was a senior editor at NavPress for many years and series editor for the LifeChange Bible study series. She is now a freelance writer living in Brea, California, with her husband, Greg Herr, and their daughters, Megan and Marissa. SPANISH BIO: Karen Lee-Thorp ha sido autora o co-autora de mas de 50 libros, tanto de trabajo como de estudiosbiblicos. Fue editora en NavPress durante varios anos y hoy dia radica en Brea, California, con suesposo Greg Herr y sus hijas Megan y Maris.