The I AM’s of Jesus
A light-weight study of the twelve declarations Jesus made concerning Himself in the Gospels; such as “I am the Good Shepherd” and, “I am the Resurrection and the Life.” It ends with “Who do you say that I am?” Each short, easy-to-complete lesson has five questions.
An 8-week study of the book of Philippians which encourages believers in their faith by showing that true joy comes from Jesus Christ. Written as a less intense summer study, it complements verse-by-verse teaching.
An 8-week study the book of Colossians, a book written to confront the false teachings of paganism and secular philosophy. It affirms the sufficiency of Christ. Written as a less intense summer study, it complements verse-by-verse teaching.
If the Shoe Fits, Walk in it!
Women love shoes! Just as we choose the shoes we put on every day, we also make daily choices that will affect our walk with the Lord. We can choose to walk in the light, in truth and obedience, in love, standing firm in the face of adversity, strengthened and prepared by God's promises, running our race in the power of the Spirit. Two of these eight short lessons could easily be done in a week. Skits corresponding to these studies can be found at www.retreatinabag.net.
Confronting Your Giants (3 Part Series)
Cost $3 (per book)
Giants are sins, attitudes and issues in our lives that need to be confronted, confessed and transformed. These short lessons consist of 4–6 questions per 'giant'. Skits corresponding to these studies can be found at www.retreatinabag.net. Book 1 covers 10 giants (12 short lessons), Book 2 covers 7 giants (8 short lessons) and Book 3 covers 6 giants (6 short lessons).
Go for the Gold
Pressing on toward the goal for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus.
We are in a spiritual Olympics--a race that requires discipline and perseverance through hardships, and sacrifice of activities and habits that hinder our success. We are pressing toward the goal for the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus. In these eight short lessons we look at the elements required to successfully "press on" to the finish line!