Have you ever tried to fight worry with faith and felt you were losing the battle? Have comments like "God's got this " or "Just pray about it" only left you feeling more burdened? We know we shouldn't worry, but the reality is that we all do at times.Read more...
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Publisher: Abingdon Press$14.99
Have you ever tried to fight worry with faith and felt you were losing the battle? Have comments like "God's got this " or "Just pray about it" only left you feeling more burdened? We know we shouldn't worry, but the reality is that we all do at times. Whether it's personal worries about loved ones and daily circumstances or broader concerns about what's happening in the world, we long for something more than platitudes that will help us put real feet to our faith and win the worry battle.
In this six-week Bible study on the Book of Joshua, we will join God's people as they arrive on the edge of the promised land only to find themselves in hostile territory, faced with fear and uncertainty. As we dig into the story of how Joshua and the Israelites claimed God's promised victory, we'll discover that winning the worry battle requires more than having faith; it requires learning to fight in faith Following their bold, courageous footprints, we'll learn how to fight in faith as we internalize God's promises, draw strength from God's faithfulness, act in obedience to God's commands, and believe what our limitless God can do. Through in-depth study of how God gave the Israelites victory over their enemies and generously blessed them, too, we'll be equipped with biblical wisdom, encouragement, and practical tools that will enable us to overcome our daily worry struggles as well as the bigger battles of fear that we face.
The participant workbook includes 5 lessons for each week with space for recording reflections and answers.
Other available components, each available separately, include a Leader Guide and DVD with six 20-25 minute sessions (with closed captioning).