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Designed as a supplement to Habits of Grace: Enjoying Jesus through the Spiritual Disciplines by David Mathis, this study guide helps readers engage more deeply with the spiritual disciplines (Bible study, prayer, and fellowship) as channels of God’s grace. Intended for individuals and small groups alike, this 31-day guide includes relevant Scripture readings, discussion qDesigned as a supplement to Habits of Grace: Enjoying Jesus through the Spiritual Disciplines by David Mathis, this study guide helps readers engage more deeply with the spiritual disciplines (Bible study, prayer, and fellowship) as channels of God’s grace. Intended for individuals and small groups alike, this 31-day guide includes relevant Scripture readings, discussion questions tied to assigned readings from the book, and prompts for applying each lesson to daily life. Mathis rehearses key principles and practices outlined in the book, equipping readers to stay focused on the gospel as they cultivate habits that awaken their souls to the glory of God and stir their hearts for joyful service....

Title : Habits of Grace: Enjoying Jesus Through the Spiritual Disciplines, Study Guide
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ISBN : 29435495
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 128 Pages
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Habits of Grace: Enjoying Jesus Through the Spiritual Disciplines, Study Guide Reviews

  • Rachelle
    2018-08-11 00:13

    The study guide questions are real sort of questions that ask you to interact with the book itself and even more importantly with scripture. It's not merely content regurgitation or fluffy, feel good fill in the blank type answers. If you are completely honest with how you answer the questions; you are likely to be spurred on in a good way in your christian life. I'm usually not a book and workbook combo type person, especially in a group setting, but this is actually good. If we were to go round robin and everyone give their answers to every question in the workbook, then that wouldn't be good. It's hard enough to be that open and honest to yourself on paper, but well-nigh impossible in a large group. But still, this is an excellent book and workbook combination. :)

  • Lynette Karg
    2018-07-30 02:58

    I am glad I didn't get this for everyone in the study group. In an effort to make the book appeal to different learning types, something I may not appreciate as much as I ought, it tries to do/be too much. It was helpful to pull a few questions from to use as discussion starters but I think it is better to just customize the discussion to your own group.

  • Aboere
    2018-08-04 01:06

    A wonderful companion to the book. Forced me to stop and think about what I was reading and what my views were.