Steadfast is part three of our three-part young adult series. This six-lesson bible study will help you conquer your fears, and rest in the unknown instead of being paralyzed by confusion.
Within Steadfast you will receive the following:
- Six lessons on Scripture readings
- Reflections and intentional prayer time
- Saint stories
- Space to set personal resolutions and goals
- Illustrated Bible verses for personal memorization
- Space for weekly prayer intentions
Steadfast can be used to personally build your knowledge about Scripture meditation and prayer, or you can gather your tribe and begin the journey to deeper friendships and fruitful truths.
One of the things Scripture can do is cut through our ability to self-deceive. Our hearts are pierced and convicted, and we start to see things as they really are, instead of just how we want them to be. A bible study is not the same as a book study. The soul transformation that we are after comes when we do the work of letting God speak directly into our hearts through His Word.
Tips for Using e-Books
An e-book is a digital version of a book. It can be read on electronic devices, such as phones, tablets, e-readers, or computers. eBooks are designed for use on electronic devices only and cannot be printed.
e-Books require an e-book reader (or e-reader) in order to be opened and read. An e-book reader may come standard on your device or may need to be added to your device via a free download or free app.
We want to make sure you get the most out of your time with Jesus. Here are a few suggestions from our WWP team on using your e-book Bible study:
1. Use the Notes feature in your e-reader
In order to experience real transformation, we encourage you to engage with the content of our Bible studies—reading and journaling your answers to the questions. Use the Notes feature of your e-reader to answer questions and make notes in your study guide.
2. Highlight words and sentences for quick reference
Does something resonate with you? A particular Bible verse convict your heart? Use the Highlight feature of your e-reader to mark the passage so you can quickly find it later.
3. Journal outside your study guide
You might find it helpful to use a journal alongside your e-book Bible study. Any notebook will do! Use a journal to take notes, record thoughts, list prayer requests, or simply to write about how God is speaking to you through the study.
Table of Contents
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