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The Jesus Calling 52-Week Discussion Guide

Sarah Young

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

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Summary

The Jesus Calling Discussion Guide is a 52-week discussion guide that showcases one passage of Jesus Calling within every seven-day period and provides discussion questions for that devotion. This guide is filled with questions that will inspire you to apply the truths of Jesus Calling® to daily life. Anchored by related Scripture, each weekly devotion covers a wealth of subjects that speak to the needs of all Christians searching for peace in His Presence. Use the questions for your own personal reflection, or utilize them in a group setting for Sunday school, home study groups, small group ministries, and more.    

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