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New life for your daily devotions!
The #1 Tool in the World for Introducing People to Hearing God's Voice! Pop this into your CD player during your morning devotional time and let us paint a scene of you and Jesus walking together along the Sea of Galilee. We'll encourage you to ask Him one of the following questions, "Lord, what would You like to say to me?" "How do You see me?" or "Do You love me?" We then guide you into using the four keys for hearing God's voice, which are: quieting yourself down, fixing your eyes on Jesus, tuning to spontaneity and writing.
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Revised & Expanded 30th Anniversary Edition. If you are teaching the course Naturally Supernatural, then these 178 PowerPoint slides will make your classroom presentation powerful and attractive. If you are going to use the DVDs to teach this course, then the PowerPoint is already interwoven into the DVDs.
This 40-page Teacher's Guide makes it easy for you to teach the principles of the book Overflow of the Spirit. This is complemented with other Overflow of the Spirit resources: LEARN workbook, PowerPoint, textbook. If you choose to have Mark and Charity be the teachers and you function as the coach, then you may add in the video training. Descriptions of each product follow.
If you are teaching the course Rivers of Grace, these 185 PowerPoint slides will make your classroom presentation powerful and attractive. You will want each of your students to have a copy of the LEARN notebook, and each family should have a copy of the full textbook.
This book provides suggested partial answers for the discussion questions in the Through the Bible text. This can be used by a student to compare his answers to ours, or by a teacher who is grading the student's workbook.
Make Bible survey relevant, enjoyable and life-changing by allowing God to speak directly to each student each week. This book provides a host of suggestions for the teacher so that class time can be a fun, interactive application of the portion of Scripture that the student has worked through during the previous week.