Item description for Pull Up a Chair: You, Me, and the Gospel of John by Lorie Looney Keene...
Overview As casual as the name implies, Pull Up a Chair encourages women to take advantage of their God-given desires to chat, socialize, and share stories but to do so with purpose. Using the Gospel of John as the basis for conversation, women will have the resource to share the gospel with other women in a relaxed and nonthreatening way by reading and talking through the Book of John. It is an in-depth, but not exhaustive, study that helps a believer talk through the major topics and themes in each chapter of the Gospel of John. With some expository explanation of the verses in each chapter of John, end-of-chapter questions are subjective and will help facilitate a conversation between the believer and the nonbeliever. The intent is to have the gospel at the center of conversation at all times and to consistently point those who are not believers yet toward the cross.
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Studio: New Hope Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.89" Width: 7.54" Height: 0.46" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2008
Publisher NEW HOPE PUBLISHING #351
Edition Student/Stdy Gde
ISBN 1596692022 ISBN13 9781596692022
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More About Lorie Looney Keene
Lorie Looney Keene is the associate director of Women's Programs at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, where she received a master of divinity in education and women's ministries. Currently pursuing her PhD in leadership, Lorie is a contributing writer for "Journey "magazine, "Open Windows, "and Focus on the Family's "Brio and Beyond," She has also served LifeWay Christian Resources in planning national women's events. Previously a missionary to Czestochowa, Poland, Lorie is passionate about training other women in God's Word. She has worked as a registered nurse for free health clinics and is currently leading a Bible study for high school girls. Recently married, Lorie and her husband, Stephen, call Kentucky home.