Who Do You Think You Are? (Unabridged, 8cds)
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Pastor Mark Driscoll founded Mars Hill Church in Seattle in the fall of 1996, which has grown to over 6,000 people in one of America's least churched cities. He co-founded and is president of the Acts 29 Church Planting Network, which has planted over one hundred churches in the U.S. and internationally.
The Resurgence Missional Theology Cooperative Outreach magazine has recognized Mars Hill Church as the ninth most innovative and fifteenth fastest-growing church in America. His writing includes the books The Radical Reformission: Reaching Out Without Selling Out, Confessions of a Reformission Rev.: Hard Lessons from an Emerging Missional Church. He also contributed to the book Listening to the Beliefs of Emerging Churches. His most recent publications are Vintage Jesus: Timeless Answers to Timely Questions and Death by Love: Letters from the Cross.
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This book is more than just a study guide. It includes 112 daily devotions (which can be used by themselves or to reinforce the study material), and 3 different studies - a small group study, a women's ministry study, and a student ministry study. The small group study is very much based on the book and sermons from the Who Do You Think You Are series - it has an accompanying DVD that is used as an introduction for every second study. We are almost finished this study and have found it very good. It is based in Ephesians but has more a focus on our identity in Christ than anything else. The women's ministry study could really be done by anyone and is more of a study in Ephesians as a whole. It is meant to complement the small group study (eg for women who might do a small group study with their husband, but meet with other women to study the Bible during the week). The student ministry study is still based on the Who Do You Think You Are series, but the material is aimed at students and is less in-depth than the small group studies. All in all, this is a fantastic guide to get the most out of the Who Do You Think You Are book, individually or as part of a Bible study group.