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Growing in Jesus (#01 in Growing Out Season Series)

Carl Simmons

Growing in Jesus (#01 in Growing Out Season Series)

Carl Simmons

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13 lessons to help develop your relationship with Jesus-because the first person they need to disciple is themselves. They'll grow closer to God through spiritual disciplines including quiet time, prayer, worship, and Bible study. Discover how the Holy Spirit works in daily life and equips them to face spiritual battles.

- Publisher The Growing Out series:



•Moves you from becoming a disciple of Jesus…to a discipler of others in Jesus.



•Is deep, yet doable, because the learning happens through relational and engaging experiences.



•Presents a model of spiritual formation that's biblical, simple, and reproducible.



•Builds Christians from the foundation up as you create a thriving, caring community in your small group or church.



•Empowers new and lifelong Christians to prepare…then reach out to people in their congregation, neighborhood, and workplace.



Develop your relationship with Jesus--and find the "more" you're looking for.



In this season, Growing in Jesus, you'll…

•Learn how to uncover and share your faith story.



•Develop your relationship with God through spiritual disciplines including quiet time, prayer, worship, and Bible study.



•Discover how the Holy Spirit works through our lives daily and equips us to face spiritual battles.



•Explore how to see others as Jesus does--and learn what "loving your enemies" really means.



•Understand how God is shaping you and where he's leading you next.

- Publisher

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About "Growing in Jesus (#01 in Growing Out Season Series)"

13 lessons to help develop your relationship with Jesus-because the first person they need to disciple is themselves. They'll grow closer to God through spiritual disciplines including quiet time, prayer, worship, and Bible study. Discover how the Holy Spirit works in daily life and equips them to face spiritual battles.
- Publisher

The Growing Out series:



•Moves you from becoming a disciple of Jesus…to a discipler of others in Jesus.



•Is deep, yet doable, because the learning happens through relational and engaging experiences.



•Presents a model of spiritual formation that's biblical, simple, and reproducible.



•Builds Christians from the foundation up as you create a thriving, caring community in your small group or church.



•Empowers new and lifelong Christians to prepare…then reach out to people in their congregation, neighborhood, and workplace.



Develop your relationship with Jesus--and find the "more" you're looking for.



In this season, Growing in Jesus, you'll…

•Learn how to uncover and share your faith story.



•Develop your relationship with God through spiritual disciplines including quiet time, prayer, worship, and Bible study.



•Discover how the Holy Spirit works through our lives daily and equips us to face spiritual battles.



•Explore how to see others as Jesus does--and learn what "loving your enemies" really means.



•Understand how God is shaping you and where he's leading you next.

- Publisher

Meet the Author

Carl Simmons

Author Carl Simmons is an editor of adult curriculum at Group, and a small-group leader and Sunday school teacher of more than 20 years. He lives in Loveland, Colorado.

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  • Catalogue Code 309778
  • Product Code 9780764438998
  • ISBN 0764438999
  • EAN 9780764438998
  • Pages 200
  • Department Ministry
  • Category Ministry Resources
  • Sub-Category Courses
  • Publisher Group Publishing
  • Publication Date Jun 2010
  • Dimensions 227 x 154 x 12 mm
  • Weight 0.327kg

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