During Christmas, Maumee Church, in Johnson, Indiana gifted a small variety of books to the congregation. I received two and both are excellent. One I reviewed here, if you’d like to see it. When I finished it, I gifted it to a friend, hoping she would enjoy it and find it as enlightening and encouraging as I did.
The second, I’ve been using as a daily Bible study, because of the fascinating way the content is delivered, and especially love its versatility, making it enjoyable as a solo read or in a group.
There are over 10 million of these in print. After getting into it, I can understand why they needed so many! I’m definitely not the only fan!
The Life Book is essentially a small compilation of the Bible. One of its unique aspects that makes it such a hit is the interaction of additional characters, who go with you through the book, studying the sections and sharing their thoughts about the content via neat, hand-written notes sprinkled throughout the pages.
The readers along for the ride consist of four students and one elder. Their notes give a good insight into their ages and how they process the information. Their inclusion definitely adds some excellent seasoning to the content!
For folks who lead small Bible studies, especially with those new to Christianity, I hope you’ll consider giving this book a read. You’ll find a variety of useful inclusions that can be easily incorporated into your ministry.
If you do, I hope you’ll revisit this post and share your thoughts on it in the comments!
For more information on The Life Book, visit TheLifeBook.com or The Life Book on Facebook.
That’s a wrap for this week’s edition and hope to you’ve found the information interesting, helpful and shareable!
‘Til next time,
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