Mark L. Strauss, Teresa Haymaker
Baker Publishing Group, 2009 - Religion - 144 pages
Deepening Life Together is a cutting-edge DVD-based small group series that helps ordinary people's understanding of the Scriptures. Covering a unique selection of Old Testament, New Testament, and topical Bible studies, this series features teaching experts and scholars from well-respected institutions--such as Talbot Theological Seminary, Bethel Seminary, and Wheaton College--and church congregations that live out the principles shared in their communities.
Perfect for small group ministries, Sunday school, and Bible study groups, Deepening Life Together is a great way for believers to rediscover a love for the Bible and grow closer to each other at the same time.
About the series
Deepening Life Together is an innovative approach to group Bible study in a DVD format built on the five biblical purposes: connecting, growing, developing, sharing, and surrendering.
Each session includes a traditional study guide and a DVD with insightful teaching from trusted scholars and pastors. Included on each DVD are pre-session training videos for leaders, a worship section with choreographed songs and on-screen lyrics, and footage from the bestselling Jesus Film.
Lifetogether has developed and sold over 2.5 million copies of bestselling, award-winning curriculum for small groups. This DVD series--perfect for small group ministries, Sunday school classes, and Bible study groups--will improve your worship, fellowship, discipleship, evangelism, and ministry.
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Our small group is looking forward to the studyUser Review - Michael Jackson - Christianbook.com
Although we haven't begun to use the study on a regular basis, we have looked over the guide and are eager to begin. The guide has many features that encourage group members to really get involved in ... Read full review
This product is great for leaders.User Review - facilitator - Christianbook.com
The study guide is more of a leader's tool and not so much a workbook. I believe there should be two separate books; one for the facilitator and one for the participant. Would like all the "Deepening ... Read full review