Have you ever wondered why some Christians grow and some don't? Have you ever been discouraged or confused in your own relationship with God? Have you ever wondered if other people go through the things you go through as a Christian? Have you ever longed for someone who you could share your personal struggles and questions of faith with? If someone asked you what the key to personal growth and change was what would you say it is? Could it be that you're a Christian but you re missing an essential piece of the life God called you to. Real satisfaction of heart, real growth and change, real effectiveness and purpose is possible! When most Christians think about growing in their faith, they sometimes leave out one of the most important means that God has provided; our friendships! God unites us to Christ but also places us within a community of faith where we influence one another in profound ways. This conference addresses the most fundamental issues that will help you and others grow in grace: wisdom forgiveness,servant-hood, communication, and conflict. These lifestyle character qualities are essential if marriages, friendships, and churches are going to thrive. Community is counter-intuitive to Western culture, but mandatory to a life of faith. Learn how God has designed for us to growth and change when we are living in biblical community. Recorded live at a conference on 3 DVDs. Ten 25 minutes sessions with reproducible Leader s Guide and Discussion Guide on a data disk included free. Ideal for individual use, small group or Sunday school, or a church wide conference. (Great supplemental reading for this DVD small group resource is Paul Tripp's book Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands or the How People Change book)
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We brought Paul Tripp to our church to help our congregation catch avision for living 'in community'. His teaching did far more than that.He presented a gospel centered vision of what the Christian life lookslike when it's lived out in the church, all the while exhibiting greatbiblical understanding and a winsome personal humility. His time amongus is still bearing fruit. --Ed Nalle, Executive Pastor
What do you do with the difficult people who seem to get in your waywhen you are just trying to be who God has called you to be? Paul Trippinvites you to join him on a thrilling journey through the pages ofScripture, where you will view a comprehensive road map through thehuman heart, by way of community, to the glorious plan of a loving God.With characteristic hope and humor, overflowing in grace, Paul takesthe mask off of his own life and encourages you to do the same. Ipromise this conference will not disappoint you! --Cheryl Ryan, Biblical Counselor & Special Ministries Coordinator
Paul Tripp is right on target as he focuses on God's desire for thebody of Christ to be an 'intentionally intrusive, Christ-centered,grace-drive, redemptive community'. Our desire is to see this realizedin the Shepherd Group Ministry of Reston Bible Church. I praise God forusing Paul to deliver this truth in a powerful, personal and relevant manner. --Tony Pedroni, Shepherd Groups Pastor
Paul Tripp is the president of Paul Tripp Ministries, a nonprofit organization, whose mission statement is "Connecting the transforming power of Jesus Christ to everyday life." This mission leads Paul to weekly speaking engagements around the world. In addition to being a gifted communicator Paul is the Executive Director of the Center for Pastoral Life and Care in Fort Worth, Texas, and has taught at respected institutions worldwide. As an author, Paul has written many books on Christian Living that are read and distributed internationally. He resides in Philadelphia with his wife, Luella, and has four grown children.
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