This study will draw you deeper into understanding the power of prayer. It includes twenty-two principles for prayer at the end of the study.
Now available as a 6×9 paperback and an e-book on Kindle.
My newest e-book: Seven New Testament Patterns for Godly Living – Everyone develops patterns of living, both righteous and not. Dr. Abraamson will challenge you to compare the patterns of your own life to New Testament patterns for godly living. The writings of the apostles Paul and Peter will provide you with an opportunity to contemplate and answer questions such as: What are some of the most common patterns we see in our societies today that matter to people, but may not please God? Why would Scripture require that we bear with one another in a pattern of loving forgiveness? Why would a pattern of peace in a person’s heart be fundamental to success in life? Why could Paul expect people to have a pattern of always being joyful, when it’s obvious life has its ups and downs?
Everyone develops patterns of living, both righteous and not. This Study Guide/Workbook will challenge you to compare the patterns of your own life to New Testament patterns for godly living.
This new lesson has twelve principles for study about a Father’s heart and two sons attitudes. Use it either individually or as a small group. You will enjoy it.
This is a heart-searching study. It spoke to my heart. I hope it does to yours.
Dr. Bob’s newest book (August, 2018): It’s a Contemplative Journey Through Psalm Ninety-Two. Psalm 92 reminds us of many reasons why it is “good to give thanks to the Lord.” God can turn any experience into one that works in ways that fulfill His purpose for you. Keep seeking Him. You will find, understand and fulfill the purpose to which He called you; and you will flourish.
Nancy’s newest Study is called “Taking Aim at Pleasing God.” It’s one you should read and share with others. It makes a great group Bible study.
The Study Guide is now available. This 8×10″ Study Guide works great for group Bible studies when used with the book, “A Kid in God’s Tree House.”