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Grounded: Relating to Your Mormon Friends in Truth and Love is a new youth training resource is an exciting, fast-paced program explores ways Christian youth can have honest friendships with Latter-day Saints while maintaining the integrity of their own beliefs and effectively sharing their faith in Jesus Christ. The five-week curriculum invites young viewers to dig deeper into their faith and get grounded in Jesus Christ. The program includes a movie documentary on DVD filled with interviews with Christian and Latter-day Saint teens, a student workbook with daily faith-promoting activities, and an extensive leader s guide full of additional resources on the history and theology of the Mormon Church and helpful tips on sharing the gospel. Grounded covers the following topics: 1. Truth Where do we find truth? How do we sort out different truth claims the world offers up? How do LDS truth claims differ from those of traditional Christianity? 2. Differences Where and when did the LDS Church start? What are some key differences between the worldviews of Latter-day Saints and traditional Christian young people? 3. Friendship How do friendships between traditional Christian teenagers and Latter-day Saints work? How can Christian teens stay grounded in their faith and open to the issues that deeply concern their LDS friends? 4. Answers What are some of the answers to the difficult questions our LDS friends may raise? How can we avoid the trap of simply arguing Bible verses with our LDS friends? 5. Sharing What are effective ways to share the gospel with our LDS friends? How can we use the language of LDS testimony to tell about the relationship with Jesus Christ and the working of the Holy Spirit in our lives? The Grounded training program costs $95 plus shipping. This price includes the DVD, the Leader's Guide, and one Student Workbook.
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Grounded was created by Salt Lake Theological Seminary and is now the intellectual property of the Western Institute for Intercultural Studies. WIIS is a non-profit educational organization that produces resources and provides training on new religious movements in America and the West.Review:
Grounded rocks! It brings wisdom and encouragement to young Christians who want to have healthy friendships with Mormons. --David L. Rowe, Author, I Love Mormons
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Book Description Salt Lake Theological Seminary/Western Institute for Intercultural Studies, 2007. Condition: New. Liz Micka (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M0974770213