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Resource: DVD (WHYESTA) Why Easter Matters     
Author: Stanley, Andy
Publisher: Zondervan, 2019
Vendor: Christian Book Distributors
Length: 4 sessions
Heading: SEA — Seasonal
Subjects: Lent And Easter
Location: SEA
# Copies: 2
ISBN/ISSN: 9780310121091
 Description: As believers in Christ, we all would like to say that we trust in God. We would all like to claim that we believe God has our best interests in mind and that obedience to him is the best pathway to finding joy, peace, and fulfillment in life. But the truth is that we often find ourselves actively resisting the very God in whom we say we trust.
This was true of people even back in the days of first-century Israel when Jesus walked the earth. In this four-session study (study guide sold separately), pastor Andy Stanley explores the lives of some of these individuals and reveals how the story of Easter becamereal to them when they found themselves caught up in the events of Jesus' crucifixion and resurrection. These characters include figures in the Gospels such as: Joseph Caiaphas, Judas Iscariot, the two criminals on the crosses next to Jesus, and the disciples and other followers of Jesus, who found their world turned upside down when the one they believed to be the Messiah was first put to death... and then rose again.
Sessions include:
The High Cost of Following Christ (John 12:25) 21min
The Risk of Surrendering to God (Matthew 19:27) 24:30 min
The God Who Can Be Trusted (Luke 23:39–41) 20 min
The Foundation of Our Faith (Acts 1:8) 23 min
Designed for use with the Why Easter Matters Video Study Guide.
4 sessions 21-24 min each
 Materials: DVD
Participant's Guide
Links:Session 1 preview 6:20: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfFlQcpNcM0
Age Groups: Young Adult; Adult (30-65); Adult (65+)


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