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  • How Not To Read The Bible Study Guide With DVD

    $49.99

    For centuries, the Bible was called “the Good Book,” a moral and religious text that guides us into a relationship with God and shows us the right way to live. Today, however, some people argue the Bible is outdated and harmful, with many Christians unaware of some of the odd and disturbing things the Bible says.

    Whether you are a Christian, a doubter, or someone exploring the Bible for the first time, in this six-session video study bestselling author Dan Kimball guides you step-by-step in how to make sense of the most misunderstood, difficult, and disturbing Bible passages related to women, science, violence, slavery, and world religions. Filled with stories, visual illustrations, and memes reflecting popular cultural objections, How (Not) to Read the Bible is a lifeline for individuals who are confused or discouraged with questions about the Bible. This study can be done in youth groups, single’s groups, small groups, Sunday classes, and by individuals.

    Sessions include:

    *Never Read a Bible Verse
    *Stranger Things
    *Boys’ Club Christianity
    *Jesus Riding a Dinosaur
    *My God Can Beat Up Your God
    *Rated NC-17

    This pack contains one study guide and one DVD.

    *Access code subject to expiration after 12/31/2026. Code may be redeemed only by the recipient of this package. Code may not be transferred or sold separately from this package. Internet connection required. Eligible only on retail purchases inside the United States. Void where prohibited, taxed, or restricted by law. Additional offer details inside.

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  • How Not To Read The Bible Video Study (DVD)

    $29.99

    For centuries, the Bible was called “the Good Book,” a moral and religious text that guides us into a relationship with God and shows us the right way to live. Today, however, some people argue the Bible is outdated and harmful, with many Christians unaware of some of the odd and disturbing things the Bible says.

    Whether you are a Christian, a doubter, or someone exploring the Bible for the first time, in this six-session video study bestselling author Dan Kimball guides you step-by-step in how to make sense of the most misunderstood, difficult, and disturbing Bible passages related to women, science, violence, slavery, and world religions. Filled with stories, visual illustrations, and memes reflecting popular cultural objections, How (Not) to Read the Bible is a lifeline for individuals who are confused or discouraged with questions about the Bible. This study can be done in youth groups, single’s groups, small groups, Sunday classes, and by individuals.

    Sessions include:

    *Never Read a Bible Verse
    *Stranger Things
    *Boys’ Club Christianity
    *Jesus Riding a Dinosaur
    *My God Can Beat Up Your God
    *Rated NC-17

    Designed for use with How (Not) to Read the Bible Study Guide plus Streaming Video (sold separately).

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  • How Not To Read The Bible Study Guide Plus Streaming Video

    $19.99

    This study guide includes:

    *Individual access to 6 streaming video sessions
    *Discussion and reflection questions with video notes
    *Personal study for between sessions
    *Leader’s Guide

    For centuries, the Bible was called “the Good Book,” a moral and religious text that guides us into a relationship with God and shows us the right way to live. Today, however, some people argue the Bible is outdated and harmful, with many Christians unaware of some of the odd and disturbing things the Bible says.

    Whether you are a Christian, a doubter, or someone exploring the Bible for the first time, in this six-session video study bestselling author Dan Kimball guides you step-by-step in how to make sense of the most misunderstood, difficult, and disturbing Bible passages related to women, science, violence, slavery, and world religions. Filled with stories, visual illustrations, and memes reflecting popular cultural objections, How (Not) to Read the Bible is a lifeline for individuals who are confused or discouraged with questions about the Bible. This study can be done in youth groups, single’s groups, small groups, Sunday classes, and by individuals.

    Sessions include:

    *Never Read a Bible Verse
    *Stranger Things
    *Boys’ Club Christianity
    *Jesus Riding a Dinosaur
    *My God Can Beat Up Your God
    *Rated NC-17

    Designed for use with How (Not) to Read the Bible Video Study, sold separately.

    *Access code subject to expiration after 12/31/2026. Code may be redeemed only by the recipient of this package. Code may not be transferred or sold separately from this package. Internet connection required. Eligible only on retail purchases inside the United States. Void where prohibited, taxed, or restricted by law. Additional offer details inside.

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  • How Not To Read The Bible

    $19.99

    When Dan Kimball first sat down to meet with a student who was disillusioned by Christianity, he wasn’t ready for what he was about to hear. The student had a positive church experience. He was grateful for his youth leader. But he had serious objections to Christianity. Why? He had begun studying the Bible and found he could no longer accept what it taught. Reading the Bible had led him to become an atheist.

    In How Not to Read the Bible, pastor and bestselling author Dan Kimball tackles one of the most pressing apologetic challenges of the twenty-first-century church–how do we read and interpret the Bible? Kimball introduces several critical principles to utilize when you open a Bible or read a verse. Then, he looks at five of the most common challenges that arise when people read the Bible today, including: the relationship between science and the Bible, the violence we find in the Bible, the treatment of women in the Bible, the odd and strange commands we find in the Bible, and the Bible’s controversial claim that there is only one way to know God. Kimball highlights several of the most common passages people find objectionable and shows readers how to correctly interpret them.

    This is an ideal book for those exploring Christianity or new to the faith, as well as Christians who are wrestling with questions about these difficult issues and the challenges of interpreting the Bible. Filled with stories and examples, as well as visual illustrations and memes reflecting popular cultural objections, How Not to Read the Bible will motivate readers who are confused or discouraged by questions they have about the Bible and guides them–step-by-step–to a clear understanding of what the Bible is saying in context. The book can also be taught as a six-week sermon series or used in small groups for study and discussion.

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  • Jesus Me Convence Pero No La I – (Spanish)

    $13.99

    An overview of the six most common objections emerging generations have with church and Christianity along with the biblical answers to these objections and examples of how churches are facing this challenge.

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  • Iglesia Emergente – (Spanish)

    $13.99

    Kimball offers a riveting and easy-to-grasp exploration of today’s changing culture and gives insight into the new kind of churches that are emerging in its midst. A must for church leaders and pastors!

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  • Off Road Disciplines

    $23.95

    About Leadership Network.
    Foreword.

    Introduction: Off-Road Disciplines.

    Part One: Personal Disciplines.

    1. Death: The Discipline Of Personal Transformation.

    2. Truth: The Discipline Of Sacred Realism.

    3. Perspective: The Discipline Of POV.

    4. Learning: The Discipline Of Reverse Mentoring.

    5. Witness: The Discipline Of Spiritual Friendship.

    6. Humility: The Discipline Of Decreasing.

    Part Two: Organizational Disciplines.

    7. Assessment: The Discipline Of Missional Efficiency.

    8. Harmony: The Discipline Of Blending Differences.

    9. Reflection: The Discipline Of Discernment.

    10. Opportunity: The Discipline Of Making Room.

    11. Sacrifice: The Discipline Of Surrendering Preferences.

    12. Legacy: The Discipline Of Passing The Baton.

    Epilogue: Three Coffee Houses.

    Notes.

    Acknowledgments.

    The Author

    Additional Info
    In Off-Road Disciplines, Earl Creps reveals that the on-road practices of prayer and Bible reading should be bolstered by the other kinds of encounters with God that occur unexpectedly-complete with the bumps and bruises that happen when you go “off-road.” Becoming an off-road leader requires the cultivation of certain spiritual disciplines that allow the presence of the Holy Spirit to arrange your interior life. Earl Creps explores twelve central spiritual disciplines-six personal and six organizational-that Christian leaders of all ages and denominations need if they are to change themselves and their churches to reach out to the culture around them.

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  • Emerging Worship : Creating Worship Gatherings For New Generations

    $17.99

    Where are the 18-35 year olds? Churches are aging, and even among mega-churches with all the tech and big crowds there are generations now missing. Churches need to incorporate alternative services for emerging generations! Here’s why: 1) New models and methods are needed for new generations 2) Postmodern ministry requires a different missionary approach 3) Blended services are not generally effective today 4) Intergenerational community does not happen by sitting in the same service 5) Church congregations naturally age and must plan for long-term health and life 6) Sharing facilities honors God and makes wise usage of finances In a very conversational, narrative, and full-of-anecdotes tone (from author Dan Kimball’s own experience at Graceland), he will help guide church leaders on how to create alternative services from start to finish. Kimball will cover areas such as developing a prayer team, evaluating your local mission field and context, determining the leader and vision-based team, why youth pastors are usually ideal staff to start a new service, determining the values will you hold to that will be different from rest of the church, and asking the critical questions before you start. In addition, Kimball offers nine models—-Life-stage outreach service, service for “young adults,” multi-Congregational, teaching Model Approach, video Services with different music, Church within a Church, Church Services that are birthed within and plant, Youth Churches, and Church service plants—as well as several real-life examples of each, so the reader can more easily relate to these models. Finally, several of the profiled church services will appear on a DVD in the back of the book. Here’s an outline: Starting New Services within Your Church For Emerging Generations Chapter 1: The problem today: Where are all the 18-35 year olds? Raising the big felt need. Where are the 18-35 year olds? Churches are aging, and even among mega-churches with all the tech and big crowds there are generations now missing. Chapter 2: Reasons why we should start new services within a church Building a case for why these services are good options for churches to explore. 1)New models and methods are needed for new generations 2)Postmodern ministry requires a different missionary approach 3)Blended services are not generally effective today

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  • Emerging Church : Vintage Christianity For New Generations

    $18.99

    Around 25 years ago the evangelical church underwent a shift with the arrival of seeker-style churches. A whole generation of baby-boomers resonated with that approach and the movement was used greatly by God. But now there are rumblings around the country that the generations of teens, twenties, and thirties have changing perceptions and preferences. Some of the very “spiritual” things that were removed from church are the very things that post-Christian generations are connecting with and finding attractive in a church. The Emerging Church addresses this change and provides practical ideas on how churches can adjust and be more effective to reach emerging generations. Dan Kimball, founding pastor of Graceland, does not present his church as “the” new model, but offers a road map to help open the eyes of churches to some changes that are occurring in various places around the country. Kimball explains the postmodern shifts and what practical implications that has for worship, preaching, evangelism, discipleship, and leadership. He provides an encouraging cross-generational bridge between a new bread of young church leaders and those who have been in ministry for some time. Features include: * Sidebar response comments from Rick Warren, Howard Hendricks, Brian McLaren, Sally Morgenthaler, Chip Ingram, and Mark Oestreicher. * Graphs and charts summarizing shifts in the church and culture * Appendix with samples of Graceland vintage faith worship services * Appendix of recommended resources for reaching emerging generations * 2 color interior throughout

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