When Faith is All You Have: A Study of Hebrews 11 (Fisherman Bible Studyguide Series)
If you've come to the place where you need to know what exactly faith is and how to live "by faith," When Faith Is All You Have: A Study of Hebrews 11 will help you. The stories of the biblical...
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If you've come to the place where you need to know what exactly faith is and how to live "by faith," When Faith Is All You Have: A Study of Hebrews 11 will help you. The stories of the biblical characters mentioned in Hebrews 11, the "faith" chapter, are delved into. Was faith a feeling those people learned or was it a gift? Was is something they believed or something they did? For group or individual study, this guide contains penetrating questions that generate discussion, helpful leader's notes, and emphasize daily application of Bible truth.
In the study of biblical stories, readers will find comfort in seeing how they, like those before them, can walk by faith and not by sight through the uncertainties of life.
Ruth Van Reken is an adult Third Culture Kid or TCK - a child who spends a significant period of time during his or her developmental years growing up in a culture outside the parents' culture - and for nearly thirty years has traveled extensively speaking and consulting about issues related to global family living. Ruth coined the term, Cross-Cultural Kids (CCKs) and is co-founder and past chair of the annual Families in Global Transition conference. Her many writings include co-authoring Third Culture Kids: Growing Up Among Worlds (revised 2009), Letters Never Sent, and chapters in Writing Out of Limbo and Unrooted Childhoods.