The God We Can Know Rob Fuquay

This is an outstanding resource for churches, small groups, and individual Christians to grow in their faith as Rob Fuquay explores the “I Am” sayings of Jesus. Rob is an outstanding teacher and guide, and I look forward to studying this resource in my own small group!

–Adam Hamilton, pastor and author of The Way: Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus

Perfect for Lent or anytime, The God We Can Know is a meaningful and inviting 7-week study. It helps us find an answer to the most essential question in the Christian faith, “Who do you say I am?”

One by one, Jesus’ statements not only grab our imagination by revealing more about his purpose, but they also shape our own Christian identity and connect us to the God of Moses, the Great I Am. Significant—yet ordinary—images of bread, light, shepherd, vine, and more give us insightful ways to experience Jesus anew and to discover a God who is close and wants to be known.

Enhance your study of this book with The God We Can Know DVD. Travel with Rob Fuquay to the Holy Land and see the places where Jesus stood as he disclosed his identity.

For more information:  TheGodWeCanKnow.com

 
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January 14, 2016

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Looking for a resource that can pull the entire congregation together during the Lenten season? Explore this 7-week study on the “I Am” sayings of Jesus, and find answers to Jesus’ most essential question: “Who do you say I am?”

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3 Responses

  1. […] for a resource that can pull the entire congregation together during the Lenten season? Explore this 7-week study on the “I Am” sayings of Jesus, and find answers to Jesus’ most essential question: “Who do you say I […]

  2. Hi Kelli, yes, you can use the small group DVD and its group guide for Sunday School. We created a 45 minute study, and then included additional material for midweek groups that meet for an hour or 90 minutes. The video sessions are about 10 minutes in length. Hope that answers your question.

  3. Kelli Cannon says:

    Is this meant for a 45 min – 1 hr Sunday School session time period?