Three Simple Questions Adult Leader Guide

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Three Simple Questions Adult Leader Guide
Paperback ISBN: 9781426742637
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Published December 2011

Explore three basic questions of faith that have profound, life-changing answers.

Rueben P. Job, author of Three Simple Rules, brings us a new insight on how to live a Christ-like life and explores the three most basic and profound questions at the center of our faith—questions that all major religions try to answer and around which there seems to be much confusion:
Who Is God?
Who Am I?
Who Are We Together?

How we answer these three simple questions has a big impact on what we believe, how we live, and how we relate to other people.

In Three Simple Questions Adult Leader Guide, you will find useful information for organizing, leading, and preparing for each of the six sessions of the Three Simple Questions church wide program.

Session 1 Introduction
Session 2 Who Is God?
Session 3 Who Am I?
Session 4 Who Are We Together?
Session 5 Praying the Questions
Session 6 Living the Questions

In addition, leaders will find extended reflection and discussion questions, suggestions for spiritual practices, guides for prayer, and flexible group sessions that help adults uncover these life-changing answers:

Know that God is greater than you can imagine
Believe that you are God's beloved child
Be the love of Christ in the world

Now it is time for you to know, believe and become the answers.





















About the Authors

Rueben P. Job

Rueben P. Job was a United Methodist bishop, pastor and acclaimed author and served as World Editor of The Upper Room publishing program.  Best-known for the classic book, Three Simple Rules: A Wesleyan Way of Living, he also authored or co-authored  A Guide to Prayer for Ministers and Other Servants, A Wesleyan Spiritual Reader, Living Fully, Dying Well, Listen, and co-edited Finding Our Way: Love and Law in The United Methodist Church. Bishop Job also chaired the Hymnal Revision Committee that developed the 1989 United Methodist Hymnal.

Pamela C. Hawkins

Associate Pastor, Belmont United Methodist Church, Nashville, TN