Christianity Explored - Leader's Guide

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  • For small group leaders
  • This book helps you run the Christianity Explored course
  • You'll be equipped to host engaging and deep discussions about faith

What's the best news you've ever had?

People will always have big questions which require big answers. Especially in small groups which were made, let's face it, to tackle these big questions that may otherwise range from being stumbling blocks to huge concrete walls with guards and barbed wire. 

This seven-session course, which is suitable for groups ranging from 2 to 200, will help address some of those big questions by providing sources for answers, space to think and discuss, and a format tailored to helping people explore what Christianity is all about.

Who is Jesus?

Taking the Gospel of Mark is it's home-base, this new-look course explores the life of Jesus and teaches leaders how to explain the life of Jesus to anybody and everybody who wants to know.

Its sessions are interactive and help push those engaged to not just be satisfied with one answer, but feel moved to ask even more questions. 

Why did he come?

Jesus doesn't belong in the past, so part of what is addressed is not only who Jesus is, but why he came. The biggest mission in history is laid out for discussion and will answer a whole host of issues or confusion that arise from such a ginormous topic.

255 pages.

Christianity Explored is an informal 7-week course for people who'd like to investigate Christianity, or just brush up on the basics. Looking at Mark's gospel, it explores who Jesus is, why he came, and what it means to follow him. The Leader's Guide contains everything you need to lead a course. With comprehensive training material and advice, any Christian can be equipped to introduce their friends and neighbors to the real Jesus in Mark's Gospel. 255 pages.
More Information
Weight 0.384000
Author Rico Tice
Publisher Elam Publications
Date of Publication 2014
Type of Cover Paperback
Width 15.4
Height 23
Depth 0.9
Code C46
ISBN 978-1-78349-090-5
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