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The Discipline of Grace Study Guide
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The Discipline of Grace Study Guide

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NavPress 2006

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$11.99

Overview

God won't do your job in the pursuit of holiness. Are you trying to do His? We never outgrow our need for grace. Grace is every bit as important for growing as a Christian as it is for becoming a Christian. But what role does grace play when you are working out your faith? How does it fit in with striving after holiness?

The Discipline of Grace Study Guide (designed to be used with the book or by itself) will help you unlock the mystery of what God does in bringing you to maturity in Christ and help you understand what your responsibility is. Each session in the study guide contains an excerpt from the book, along with probing questions for personal study and group discussion.

If you've ever struggled with what your roles is and what role God takes in your growth as a Christian, this study guide will provide comfort and insight as you learn to rest in Christ while vigorously pursuing a life of holiness.

Product Details

  • Title: The Discipline of Grace Study Guide
  • Author: Jerry Bridges
  • Series: Jerry Bridges Collection
  • Publisher: NavPress
  • Publication Date: 2006
  • Pages: 144

About Jerry Bridges

Dr. Jerry Bridges (1929–2016) was an evangelical Christian author, speaker, and staff member of The Navigators, an international, interdenominational Christian ministry focusing on mentoring, discipling, and building relationships. Bridges earned his undergraduate degree in engineering at the University of Oklahoma before serving as an officer in the United States Navy during the Korean War. He joined the Christian discipleship organization The Navigators in 1955, where he served as an administrative assistant to the Europe Director, office manager for the headquarters office, Secretary-Treasurer of the organization, and as Vice President for Corporate Affairs before moving to a staff development position with the Collegiate Mission.