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The Possibility of Purpose

The Possibility of Purpose (Paperback)

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A treadmill existence of deadlines and pressures? Or a kaleidoscope of amazing opportunities? What's your take on daily life? Do you see yourself as a meaningless cosmic dust speck? Or a significant mover in a masterplan? Your view affects your motivation, your self-esteem, your priorities, your everyday choices...If you agree with the writer Kate Hayes that 'Most study notes are frankly boring', you will find the Re:action series refreshingly different. They don't work on a The answer must be Jesus principle, nor do they ask for answers to academic questions. Instead they encourage people to discover things that will help them grow in understanding and maturity, and make a difference every day of their lives. Each booklet starts with an introductory evening presenting an overview of the topic. The following six sessions use refreshingly different questions which draw together the Bible text and contemporary issues. Ideal for groups looking for a study which examines how Bible truths can impact the world at large and your world in particular.

Philosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesReligion & BeliefsChristianity Publisher: Scripture Union Publishing Publication Date: 01/06/2002 ISBN-13: 9781859996201  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Author Kate Hayes lives in Stockport. She has tried, tested and refined the re:action studies in her home church. Tired of the predictable materials on the market, she wanted studies that show the Bible is not an academic exercise, but an opportunity to grow closer to God and to change your life forever.

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