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- Perseverence Study -
A Woman Who Doesn’t Quit: 5 Habits from the Book of Ruth by Nikki Koziarz  Purchase 
Every woman will eventually face the temptation to give in and give up. But something transformative happens when she perseveres in the face of difficulty and pain. A woman who refuses to quit influences her world in ways she could never have imagined. In six sessions, this study focuses on the Moabite woman’s five practical habits that kept her eyes on God: Ruth accepted the assignment of refinement, followed through on her commitments despite her feelings, remained open to the movement of God, gave others what she needed, and moved forward in faith.

- Redemption Study
Recovering Redemption: How Christ Changes Everything by Matt Chandler  Purchase

All of us can have a sense of dissatisfaction. Typically, we look for solutions in four places—self, others, the world, and religion. But none of these can satisfy. The gospel is the remedy for everything in our lives, including our struggles, difficult circumstances, and broken relationships. Recovering Redemption is about recovering what is lost and broken— our relationship with Jesus. Those who have been Christ followers for years will find that these 12 sessions will help connect the dots of their faith, serving as a bridge between salvation and maturity. This is also an essential study for new believers. 

- Relationship Study
Ruth: Relationships that Bring Life by Ruth Haley Barton  Purchase 
Bring hope, faith, and love to your relationships! The biblical character of Ruth was striking in her ability to do just that. Even in the midst of tragedy and difficulty, her presence blessed and influenced friends and strangers in her community, the man she grew to love, her children, and her in-laws. This six-week Fisherman Bible Study Guide uses Ruth’s story to help you reflect on your relationships, inviting you to move in ways that will lead you into life-giving patterns of relating.


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