Phone - Engage Series
Who is this product for? Need a reality check about God s love? This is the honest, clear, and unmistakable approach to Bible study that doesn t leave you guessing about what God s grace really means.
What does this provide for you?
- A new style of Bible study 8-10 minute short films that say, this is really where I am, but doesn t leave you there.
- Real topics that matter uncertainty, grief, loneliness, purpose, hope, and more.
- Author and speaker Rev. Kurt Klaus unpacks real stories that will challenge the way you think and may even question the way you feel, but with a purpose: to learn more about the profound love God has for you through His Son.
- A 16-page Engage booklet, found in each DVD case, adds thought-provoking questions for your group.
What is it?
It s not any secret our lives are filled with noise: activities, media, truths, lies, opportunities, experiences. People often long to engage with something that really matters, and often struggle to truly connect with their families, friends, and certainly with the things of faith. This new Bible study collection meets people with messages that matter, using media that captures both their hearts and their minds. The collection explores core themes that impact people from all walks of life, and presents God s constant, grace-rich Gospel in these circumstances.
Poignant, timely, and visually captivating, this series blends new media and plainspoken exhortation and encouragement to spark dialogue and strengthen your Bible study community. Told through video, but explored through Bible-based discussion, the Engage video collection invites Bible study participants to share, connect, and grow in the things of faith.
Nobody likes to receive bad news. Especially when the news is painful, when we are forced to suffer a loss. In this world, grief is a part of our human experience, and grief is everywhere. When we lose a job or a friendship, when we experience a breakup with a boyfriend or girlfriend or spouse, or when a loved one dies, we can feel like we re being torn apart. Alone, we may feel like we cannot recover. What if someone knew about grief firsthand, someone who had died and had lived to tell about it? What if that really is a light at the end of the tunnel? Would knowing that everything really will be okay in the end change how you live right now? Would that be something you would want to share with someone else?