Storm Shelter, Session 5 (The Shelter of God’s Peace): All Additional Resources

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  Click Here for the Storm Shelter Promotional Video Click Here for an invitation to the study from Philip Nation 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. “Always Enough” […]

Storm Shelter, Session 5 (The Shelter of God’s Peace): Discussion Option for Boomers/Current Events Connection

To supplement your discussion of the Bible passage, Psalm 46:1-11, ask Boomers in your group to highlight verse 6-9: Nations rage, kingdoms topple; the earth melts when He lifts His voice. 7 The Lord of Hosts is with us; the God of Jacob is our stronghold.Selah 8 Come, see the works of the Lord, who brings devastation […]

Storm Shelter, Session 5 (The Shelter of God’s Peace): Tulips for Traci

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Life’s bouquet can have a lot of thorns. by Traci Few I’m 42 years old and am recovering from bilateral mastectomies, a hysterectomy, and radiation treatments for breast cancer. Over my lifetime, I’ve watched my grandparents, cousins, uncles and most recently, my father pass away from one excruciating form of cancer or another — bone, […]

Storm Shelter, Session 5 (The Shelter of God’s Peace): Live It Out option for Parent’s groups.

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Print copies of the following article by Dr. Charles Stanley for class members: How can I have God’s peace? .Say: For some of us, our peace is related more to our circumstances than our walk with God. When we rely on God for all of our needs, it becomes more difficult for our peace to be […]

Storm Shelter, Session 5 (The Shelter of God’s Peace): Live It Out Option for Women’s groups

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Rebekah Lyons, a Christian writer and speaker, blogged on January 1, 2014 about her New Year’s practice of choosing one word that summarizes her spiritual desires and goals for the upcoming year. Read a portion or all of that blog post, A New Year. A New Word.  Here are the words Rebekah has chosen for […]

Storm Shelter, Session 5 (The Shelter of God’s Peace) Optional Closing Activity for Collegiates/Young Adults

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  God is our peace in the midst of turmoil. In fact, God provides a peace that is unmatched simply because He is God. He knows all and is all-powerful. When we combine the knowledge of His strength with His unmatched love for us, we find peace. As an optional closing activity, show the lyric […]

Storm Shelter, Session 5 (The Shelter of God’s Peace): Live It Out Option for Men’s Groups

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As an option to the Live it Out section of this lesson, share the following clip from MacArthur, in which he appeals to the world’s leaders to pursue peace instead of war after the Japanese have surrendered and ended World War II: If you do not see the clip, click here to view the clip […]

Storm Shelter, Session 5 (The Shelter of God’s Peace): Additional Questions

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The Point: God is the ultimate source of peace in the midst of turmoil. Opening Question How is peace more than just the absence of problems? What are the barriers to peace in our lives? I could have some peace in my life if it wasn’t for… Which body of water best describes your life […]

Storm Shelter, Session 4 (The Shelter of God’s Encouragement): Current Events Connection

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  As you wrap up this session on finding encouragement even when you feel like singing the blues, share some of the practical tips for beating post-holiday depression from this article on care.com: 10 Ways to Beat the Post-Holiday Blues You can read the whole article if you wish, or just give the ten tips: […]

Overcome, Session 5 (Overcome Bitterness): Optional Activity for Collegiates

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“Forgiveness is an act of the will, and the will can function regardless of the temperature of the heart.” – Corrie ten Boom Divide your members into groups of 3-4 people each. Point out the Corrie ten Boom quote on page 118 in the Personal Study Guide. Or, display the image on PowerPoint.* Within each small group, […]