Category "New/Additional Studies"

Who’s in Charge

November 19, 2017

This study includes seven self-directed studies focusing on the sovereignty of God in all aspects of one’s life. God’s call upon the believer to suffer is explained from a scriptural perspective. This is included in Part One of the Discipleship Series but is available separately and can be used independently of the CTO process. It also is effective in a small group setting.

Complete Who’s in Charge Study (PDF)

Intro Part Two – The Implications of the Gospel

November 19, 2017

Tim Keller has summarized the implications of the Gospel in that: “I am more sinful and flawed than I ever dared believe. I am more accepted and loved than I ever dared hope.” This introduction to Part 2 or the DS3 – three part series, looks at the results of the fall in our thinking, behavior and relationships which are all addressed by the Gospel.

DS3 Intro Part Two – The Implications of the Gospel (PDF)

Walking With God On His Terms

November 19, 2017
This study is new in Part 3 of the DS3 – Three Part Series – it is not included in the Classic Manual.

Many Christians are living spiritually impoverished lives because they have not developed a biblical system of beliefs to govern their lives, based on what God says about His character and the expression of His loving, divine purpose in all His ways. This study is designed to show where you are demanding your relationship with God on your terms and then how to relate to God the way He desires.

DS3 part 3 D – Walking With God On His Terms (PDF)

Intro to Brokenness

November 19, 2017

Brokenness is a group of lessons related to living a surrendered life dependent upon God. It is a humbling and often painful experience, but a broken and contrite heart is needed so that the Holy Spirit can begin to work within us to strengthen and empower us to go forward in faith! Previous involvement is not necessary to utilize this study.

Brokenness – Intro to Brokenness (PDF)

Living Independently Of God

November 19, 2017

In your modern world, idols can still be made of wood, silver and bronze, but they are rarely the types of idols found among Christians.This lesson is designed to acquaint you with the topic of idols and then to help you identify the “other gods” that you may be substituting for a meaningful relationship with the one true God. This chapter is included in the study entitled “The Christian: Called to a True Identity in Christ.”

Living Independently of God (PDF)