Resilient Study Guide Plus Streaming Video (Student/Study Guide)
The human soul has a built-in yearning for joy and beauty and all good things. But that craving for life has taken a real beating in recent years. Between false promises of ease and comfort on one side and the sheer trauma of global disease and disasters on the other, people today are facing a shortage of peace, happiness and strength.
In the Resilient video Bible study, bestselling author John Eldredge provides skills and tools to help participants strengthen their hearts and souls–and reveals a path toward genuine recovery and resilience provided by Jesus himself. Drawing on wisdom from scripture and Christian tradition, and illustrated throughout with powerful true stories of grit and survival, Resilient will help participants:
*Recover from the trauma of recent world events and tap into the supernatural graces that God promises
*Learn to be patient with themselves–genuine recovery from spiritual and emotional trauma takes time and intentionality
*Create a plan–because resilience and victory aren’t going to come with a swipe on a home screen
*Discover deep wells of freedom and strength through Christ, who lives within us
Thriving requires a resilient soul. This study will help participants find the resilience they need when the world has gone mad–and discover in Jesus himself the strength that prevails.
This study guide includes:
*Individual access to streaming video sessions
*A guide to best practices for leading a group
*Video notes and a comprehensive structure for group discussion time
*Personal study for deeper reflection between sessions
Designed for use with Resilient Video Study, (sold separately).
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SKU (ISBN): 9780310097044
Binding: Trade Paper
Published: October 2022
Publisher: HarperChristian Resources
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