2 Peter and Jude

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NAV Press, 1988 - Religion - 128 pages
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The early church had learned how to deal with persecution from outside the community, but needed help defending themselves against those who would destroy their community from the inside.This Bible study on the books of Peter and Jude examines their message of encouragement to stand firm in the faith, holding to the promise that Jesus would someday return.
  • 9 sessions
  • Personal study needed between meetings
  • Includes study aids and discussion questions

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User Review  - Shauna Schlichter - Christianbook.com

Our Bible Study has done many of the Lifechange series books. We love the format, thought provoking questions, and discussion ideas. This study really makes you look very closely at the book of the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Diane Wilhelm - Christianbook.com

The LifeChange Bible Study Series is excellent. It gives just enough background information to make it informative, yet interesting. The group can use the material in several ways: just the basic ... Read full review

About the author (1988)

SCOTT MORTON serves with The Navigators as Vice President of Development for U.S. ministries and is a member of the National Leadership Team. He graduated from Iowa State University in technical journalism and worked in newspaper advertising before joining the Navigator staff in 1970. Previous assignments include Columbia, Missouri; Iowa City, Iowa; Madison, Wisconsin; Minneapolis, Minnesota; and short-term ministries in Asia and Europe. He has served in Development since 1985 and has been on the National Leadership Team since 2004.

Scott and Alma met the Lord in The Navigators ministry at Iowa State. They have been married since 1964 and have two married daughters, one married son and four grandchildren.

The Mortons enjoy baseball (Scott was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles and Minnesota Twins), bird-watching, antiquing and helping people grow in their spiritual journeys through small group Bible studies and one-on-one mentoring. Scott also enjoys writing, having published Funding Your Ministry (Whether You’re Gifted or Not), a book to help missionaries raise financial support, Down to Earth Discipling, a realistic approach to sharing one’s faith with others and Tired of Do-List Christianity? which helps debunk the misconceptions that hold back spiritual growth and steal our joy.

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