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The Gospel for Real Life: Discussion #9
January 23, 2012 – 8:16 pm | 2 Comments
The Gospel for Real Life: Discussion #9

This post covers chapter 9.
Pre-reading questions for you and your journal:

Can you write a definition of the biblical meaning of the word, “sanctification”? How about “justification”?
Is justification a one-time event, or an ongoing one? Can …

A Praying Life: Discussion #9
January 23, 2012 – 1:32 pm | 2 Comments
A Praying Life: Discussion #9

This post covers chapters 13 and 14.
Before you read…

Which of these statements is more true for you, and why?

“God is infinite.” (His transcendence, as theologians term it)
“God is personally involved in every detail of my …

Because He Loves ME: Discussion #8
January 21, 2012 – 9:39 am | 2 Comments
Because He Loves ME: Discussion #8

This post covers chapter 8.
Pre-reading questions for you and your journal:

Do you have a pattern of sin in your life that really disheartens you, and you can’t stop, and you …

Training in Liberty
January 20, 2012 – 2:31 pm | 2 Comments
Training in Liberty

One of the most fruitful parenting (and educational) paradigms that I ever learned came from Gregg Harris, father of Brett and Alex Harris, co-authors of “Do Hard Things.” At a homeschooling seminar that I attended …

The Problem of Evil
January 19, 2012 – 1:09 pm | 2 Comments
The Problem of Evil

In 2005, Lora posted this question on our forums:

Hi,
I wanted to know what Marcia’s thoughts (and anyone else who wants to chime in) are on studying the Great Books. I have signed my 14 …

The Gospel for Real Life: Discussion #8
January 16, 2012 – 7:39 pm | 2 Comments
The Gospel for Real Life: Discussion #8

This post covers chapter 8.

How does full reconciliation after conflicts differ from “surface peace”?
What must be done before full reconciliation occurs?

After you read the chapter:

From Scripture, Jerry asserts that God actually hates those who do …

A Praying Life: Discussion #8
January 16, 2012 – 4:00 pm | 3 Comments
A Praying Life: Discussion #8

This post covers chapter 12.
I believe that this is one of the most pivotal chapters in this book, so we’re going to take a whole session on it! Below are some questions to ponder and …

Because He Loves Me: Discussion #7
January 11, 2012 – 9:46 am | 2 Comments
Because He Loves Me: Discussion #7

This post covers chapter 7.
Pre-reading exercises for your journal:

Where do you typically find motivation to obey the commands of God?
Quickly and without thinking, write down your response to this question: “Homeschooling: most days, is it …

The Gospel for Real Life: Discussion #7
January 9, 2012 – 7:36 pm | 3 Comments
The Gospel for Real Life: Discussion #7

This post covers chapter 7.
Pre-reading exercises:

Do you ever ponder the impossibly high standards that God’s holiness demands of humans, apart from grace? Read these passages and evaluate your chances for success, apart from having a …

A Praying Life: Discussion #7
January 9, 2012 – 1:58 pm | One Comment
A Praying Life: Discussion #7

This post covers chapter 11
Pre-reading exercises:
1. Consider your daily life. When you encounter unexpected delays or difficulties, which would better describe your reaction: a “spirit of prayer” or a “spirit of self-sufficiency”? To what shaping …