Item description for Jesus' Parables of Grace (Exploring Jesus Parables #3) by James W. Moore...
Overview Six session short-term study of Jesus' parables: The Sower, the Seeds, and the Soils "Broadcasting the Seed" The Prodigal Son "Anxious to Love, Quick to Forgive, Eager to Reconcile" The Elder Brother "The Awful Pain of Feeling Rejected" The Unjust Judge "What Can We Count On From God?" The Good Samaritan "Eyes Too Busy To See" The Least of These "Do Everything As If You Were Doing It for Our Lord"
Publishers Description Parables studied are: The Sower, the Seeds, and the Soils The Prodigal Son The Elder Brother The Unjust Judge The Good Samaritan The Least of These
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Studio: Dimensions for Living
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7" Width: 5" Height: 0.3" Weight: 0.12 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2004
Publisher Abingdon Church Supplies
Edition Student/Stdy Gde
Series Exploring Jesus Parables
Series Number 3
ISBN 0687036410 ISBN13 9780687036417
Availability 0 units.
More About James W. Moore
The Rev. Dr. James W. "Jim" Moore is a bestselling author of more than 40 books and an acclaimed pastor and ordained elder in the United Methodist Church. He is Abbingdon Press' best selling author.
A graduate of Lambuth College, Methodist Theological School, and Centenary College, Dr. Moore has served as the Associate Director of the Memphis Conference Council on Ministries and has led congregations in Jackson, TN, Shreveport, LA, and-most recently-Houston, TX.
In 2006, after 50 years of active ministry, he retired from full-time ministry in the Texas Conference of the UMC and moved to the Dallas area, where he currently serves Minister in Residence at Highland Park United Methodist Church.
He and his wife, June, live at Heritage Ranch in Fairview, Texas.
James W. Moore currently resides in Houston, in the state of Texas. James W. Moore was born in 1938.
Reviews - What do customers think about Jesus' Parables of Grace?
Moore's Usual Great Insights Nov 22, 2007
Anything written by James Moore is a great resource for teachers, students, and church leaders. Easily read and followed. His work on the parables , all of them, has been used in many of our church classes.
Easy to read and digest Sep 27, 2006
This book is written in a manner that is very easy to read and digest. It is not an exposition of the parables, but through the parables, Moore draws out lessons for us to learn, and the pages are filled with stories and illustrations. At the back of the book is a Study Guide by John D. Schroeder, that helps a person on how to facilitate a small group, and also gives a snapshot summary of each chapter with reflection and discussion questions.
The parables that are written about in this book are:
1. The sower, the seeds, and the soil: Broadcasting the seed 2. The prodigal son: Anxious love, quick to forgive, eager to reconcile 3. The elder brother: The awful pain of feeling rejected 4. The unjest judge: What can we count on from God? 5. The good Samaritan: Eyes too busy to see 6. The least of these: Do everything as if you were doing it for our Lord
Jesus' Parables of Grace Aug 19, 2006
We are using this book in a Christian Women's Fellowship group. We find the book to be very user-friendly.