What Matters Most: A Study of Philippians (7 Sessions) (Bible Study Book)
: The world has always been full of trials, disappointments, temptations, fractured friendships, and financial hardships. Yet Paul's letter to the Philippians claims we can discover contentment and joy in the midst of it all by prioritizing what matters most-Christ....
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The world has always been full of trials, disappointments, temptations, fractured friendships, and financial hardships. Yet Paul's letter to the Philippians claims we can discover contentment and joy in the midst of it all by prioritizing what matters most-Christ.
Over 7 sessions, study the ever-relevant Letter of Philippians to deepen your relationship with Jesus, turn your worries into worship, and develop gospel-centered tools for navigating relational conflict and thriving in Christian love.
Features: Leader helps to guide questions and discussions within small groups Personal study segments to complete between 7 weeks of group sessions Seven interactive teaching videos, approximately 25-30 minutes per session, available for purchase or rent Verse-by-verse study for comprehension and application
Benefits: Learn to live in joy despite your circumstances. Unearth the secret of contentment-knowing Christ. Banish anxiety by implementing biblical practices to rest in the peace of Christ. Prioritize the Lord above all else. Develop gospel-centered tools to navigate relational conflict.
Karen Ehman is a member of the Proverbs 31 Ministries national speaking team, and a workshop and keynote presenter for the Hearts at Home national conferences. Karen is the author of four women's books, including A Life That Says Welcome: Simple Ways to Open Your Heart and Home to Others and The Complete Guide to Getting and Staying Organized. She has been a guest on national television and radio programs, including The 700 Club, At Home Live, Engaging Women, The Harvest Show, Moody Midday Connection and Focus on the Family. Karen also is a writer for Focus on the Family's new magazine Thrivin