Like No Other, Session 3 (Power Like No Other): Additional Questions

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The Point: Jesus has power over all my fears. Icebreaker What worries you for yourself? For your children or grandchildren? For your nation or world? What has become a fear recently that didn’t used to concern you? What are some of your most recent storms? Where was your focus? In what ways have some storms […]

Like No Other, Session 3 (Power Like No Other): Live It Out Option for Men

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The struggle for power is really a struggle for control, and nowhere is this seen more vividly than with the TV remote. For men, control of the remote is almost seen as a right guaranteed by being born male. In fact, in a rather dated study concerning men and control of the TV remote control […]

Like No Other Session 3 (Power Like No Other): Conclusion Option for Parents

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To conclude the lesson, consider leading in discussion questions to help parents verbalize how they are learning to trust Jesus. Many adults have difficulty express feelings of fear, trust, and distrust. You may have only one or two willing to share. Replace the “All My Fears” option with the following discussion questions: Looking back over […]

Like No Other, Session 1 (Promised Like No Other): All Additional Resources

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  Click Here for the Like No Other Promotional Video Click Here for an invitation to the study from Dr. Tony Evans Here are some songs we think would go along especially well with this session. Click the song title to open up iTunes. Additional resources for some songs can be found by clicking the LifeWay Worship link. […]

Like No Other, Session 1(Promised Like No Other): Introduction Option for Boomers

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In the 1960’s, the term “credibility gap” became popular in the mainstream media. According to Wikipedia, “it was most frequently used to describe public skepticism about the Lyndon B. Johnson administration’s statements and policies on the Vietnam War.”  When Richard Nixon ran against Johnson, “Close the credibility gap” was one of his campaign slogans. Show this […]

Like No Other, Session 1 (Promised Like No Other): Introduction option for women

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To begin this session, explain that the following video is from a YouTube channel called “Dude Panel.” Watch how the “host dude” answers a question that was sent in: “Why can’t men keep their promises?” If you don’t see the video above, click here to watch on YouTube: http://youtu.be/1nI0vYmqIT0 Allow the women  in your group to […]

Like No Other, Session 2 (A Birth Like No Other): Live It Out Option for Parents

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Children think concretely. Most are not ready to understand abstract terms until older childhood and young adolescence. If the subject comes up in discussion with your child, and you feel ill-equipped to explain Jesus’ dual nature, consider framing the discussion in terms of your relationships. Although there is no adequately complete analogy of Jesus’ substance […]

Like No Other, Session 1 (Promised Like No Other): Introduction Option for Parents

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Ask your group to watch the following clip from the movie “Liar, Liar”: If you don’t see the clip below, click here to watch on wingclips.com: [http://www.wingclips.com/movie-clips/liar-liar/can-we-play] May not be viewable on Apple portable devices. When the video is complete, take time to discuss how it feels to be disappointed by broken promises and distrust. […]

Like No Other, Session 2 (A Birth Like No Other): Additional Questions

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The Point: Jesus is fully human and fully God. Icebreaker If you needed life-saving treatment, would you want an average doctor to whom you could easily relate or a medical genius who was magnificently skilled but couldn’t communicate on your level? Why do you need a Savior who is both fully human and yet fully […]

Like No Other Session 1 (Promised Like No Other): Additional Questions

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The Point: Jesus is the promised Messiah. Icebreaker When have you seen a leader present him/herself as one thing and turn out to be another? How do you decide whether someone is believable? Describe a time that a promise to you was broken. How did that make you feel? Do you ever struggle to keep […]