Discernment: Acting Wisely (Leaders Guide)
Living the Good Life Together: A Study of Christian Character in Community is a unique series of 12-week video-and-book studies in which groups will explore key features of Christian character and then apply those learnings in daily life.
The study is based on two complementary teachings of Jesus:
Come and see (6 weeks)
The group will use Scripture, videos, and book, to experience, discuss, and meditate on the Christian model of discernment.
Go and do (6 weeks)
Together the group will create and implement an action plan for applying and embodying discernment in their own lives.
This Leader Guide will give you all the tools you need to lead your group in the study. It outlines the program, gives helpful tips about the small-group process, and provides step-by-step instructions for planning and leading the sessions, including suggestions for action plans your group can use.
Helen R. Neinast, a United Methodist Elder, has served as a campus minister, local church pastor, psychiatric chaplain, and staffer for a general agency of The United Methodist Church. She has written several books and co-authored with her husband, Tom Ettinger. She and Tom live in the mountains of northeast Georgia.
For more information, go to www.livingthegoodlifetogether.com.
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