Growing Disciples: Live in the Word
By: Philip Nation
Publisher: CRD
Category: Lessons

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The Growing Disciples Series is designed to help you disciple believers with a deliberate and highly-focused method. Using this series in Wordsearch will make your lessons even more relevant and personal. Ideal for small groups or Sunday school, you will guide students through a fully-developed understanding of the basic aspects of Christian faith. Together you can explore the Scriptures on important disciplines such as Bible reading, prayer, ministry to and fellowship with other believers, and evangelism.

Live in the Word participants will learn to read, study, memorize, and meditate on God's Word in order to know Him and understand His commands, His purposes, and His ways. It contains 6 weekly lessons.

For example, this 6-week study is organized like this:

  • Week 1 - Treasuring the Word
  • Week 2 - The Authority of God's Word
  • Week 3 - Transformed by the Word
  • Week 4 - How to Study the Word
  • Week 5 - Living the Word
  • Week 6 - Spreading the Word

Each lesson breaks the week into 5 days, offering 5 specific actions for you to apply each day. For example, in Live in the Word, your focus for each weekday would be:

  • Day 1: Loving God's Word
  • Day 2: Inspired by God
  • Day 3: Eternally True
  • Day 4: Trustworthy in Every Way
  • Day 5: Loving the Author

Take students through this volume and you'll be amazed by their levels of spiritual maturity.

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Philip Nation, a church planting missionary in north Metro Atlanta, has served in ministry areas including youth, single adult, pastoral, and Christian education. His writing includes contributions to Ed Stetzer’sBreaking the Missional Code and Planting Missional Churches, and numerous articles.