Resources for ‘The Story Begins…’

Our new series called “The Story Begins…” starts on September 6, and runs through November 29.  This series is all part of our new 3 year journey through the Bible in a chronological way.  There are some great resources to go along with this series, to help us take Sundays further into the week.  In each resource, you’ll find 13 sessions that correspond with the Sunday message and text(s) that we’ll be looking at.  Each session has questions to consider and Scripture to look at.  Ideally, these resources would not just be used for personal study, but in community and relationship with other people.  So in community groups, with spouses, with children, with roommates, with co-workers, with friends, etc.

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Personal Study Guide (student version):  Great for a Middle School or High School student.  It could be used among siblings in a home, or among students who met together during the week.  $4.

Leader Guide (student version):  The leader guide is written for those who would be leading a group of students through the material.  So if you’re a student who is discipling and leading other students, this would be a great resource.  If you’re a parent, who has students in your home, this might be the resource you use to lead a family devotional that week.  You could also easily use the student version of the personal study guide as well.  $7.

Personal Study Guide (adult version):  We’re encouraging every household to get one of these.  This is what our community groups will be studying and using to lead their times together.  Even if you’re not in a group, this would be a great resource for married couples to use on a weekly basis, or for parents to use to help lead a disciplemaking time with their children.  $4.

Leader Guide (adult version):  This is the resource that our community group leaders will need.  One per household.  $7.

All these resources will be available at Guest Connections during the month of September.

If you have questions at all, don’t hesitate to email Dave (