The Danger of Drifting - Set of 5
Is it possible to become complacent in our walk with God?
In The Danger of Drifting Handbook, Dr. Jeremiah explores Hebrews chapter two fully and shows us seven ways that we might be distancing ourselves from God.
- Drifting Because of Your Thoughts
- Drifting Because of Disobedience
- Drifting Because of Rebellion
- Drifting Because of Complacency
- Drifting Because of Self-Righteousness
- Drifting Because of Irresponsibility
- Drifting Because of Distractions
Experience this extraordinary new message with your small group!
The Danger of Drifting will inspire, warn, and guide you in your Christian walk presented through video, print, and interactive self-evaluation!
Now available in sets of five! The Danger of Drifting is perfect for your next group Bible study.
Dig deeper into God’s Word in a group setting as you discuss the key points of this message and develop defenses against drifting.
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PLUS... Using the handbook for a group study?
Here are some suggestions for utilizing The Danger of Drifting as an eight-week Bible study:
Before you begin:
- Give each participant a copy of the The Danger of Drifting Handbook.
- Ask each participant to read the introduction and The Danger of Drifting message before the first session.
- Watch the introductory DVD message together and follow along with the sermon outline in the back of the handbook.
- Discuss the message as a group.
- Assign “homework” to be accomplished before the next session:
- Complete The Danger of Drifting Evaluation #1.
- Read lesson #1: “Drifting Because of Your Thoughts.”
- Discuss “Drifting Because of Your Thoughts.”
- Read aloud the Scripture for Scripture Anchors 1: “Stay Anchored in Scripture.”
- Group discussion on how to implement the “anchor” into each person’s life.
- Complete The Danger of Drifting Evaluation #2
- Read lesson #2: “Drifting Because Of Disobedience.”
- Additional option: choose a verse from the correlating Scripture Anchor to memorize during the week as a group.
Weeks 3 through 8:
Follow a format similar to Week 2, moving to a new chapter each week.
At the end of the study, participants can create a summary of the most important lessons they’ve learned ... areas of life in which they must most passionately hold on to the Anchor!