Three Simple Rules for Christian Living Leader Guide

A Six-Week Study for Adults

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Three Simple Rules for Christian Living Leader Guide
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Published November 2016

An adult study built around Wesleyan principles

This small-group study by Jeanne Torrence Finley is based on Rueben P. Job's book Three Simple Rules: A Wesleyan Way of Living. Six sessions provide extended reflection for adults on three principles of
Christian life: do no harm, do good, and stay in love with God. Each
rule has a session to help you understand the rule and a session to help
you explore ways to practice the rule.
The Leader Guide contains
everything needed to guide a group through the
6-week study, including session plans, discussion questions, and other
useful information for organizing, leading, and publicizing your study
group.

About the Authors

Bishop 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.

Jeanne Torrence Finley

Jeanne Torrence Finley is a clergy member of the Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church, co-chair of the Virginia Conference Board of Church and Society, and director of Collegial Communications. She has worked as a campus minister, pastor, college English teacher, workshop leader, and communications consultant. Finley writes regularly for FaithLink. She wrote What's in the Bible About God? and Three Simple Rules for Christian Living, a study for adults based on Rueben Job's book and DVD, Three Simple Rules. Her work has appeared in the Journal of Presbyterian History, Worship, The Mennonite, Christian Science Monitor, the Virginia Advocate, and Christian Social Action.