Roaming Catholics Study Guide

Roaming Catholics Study Guide : Participant and Leader 3-Week Lesson with Glossary

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This Study Guide is a great companion to the popular "Roaming Catholics: Ending the wandering to embrace the wonder" by author, pastor and theologian, Kenneth Behr. The Study Guide will enable you to have answers to some of the most common questions such as "Was Peter the first pope?," "What about Mary?" and, "What was the Mass like in the early church?." Roaming Catholics Study guide is a three-week lesson plan that is great for church groups, home groups or individual study. Use it with or without the full book it includes both a participant and leader guide and a thoroughly researched glossary. Here is a possible back cover: Was Peter the first Pope? Should Christians pray the rosary? What about Mary? This study is a great companion to the popular "Roaming Catholics: Ending the wandering to embrace the wonder" by pastor and theologian, Kenneth Behr. These are among the provocative topics addressed in this three-week lesson that is great for church and home groups or individual study. Use it with or without the full book. The study includes a leader guide and a complete glossary. Author Kenneth Behr is the founder and director of Faith Dialogue Inc., a nonprofit ministry that promotes the unity of the Body of Christ. An ordained minister, Pastor Behr has served as both an executive director and executive pastor at some of the Nation's largest evangelical organizations.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 64 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 3.81mm | 149.68g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • Study Guide
  • black & white illustrations
  • 150783067X
  • 9781507830673

About Kenneth a Behr

Kenneth Behr is a pastor and theologian who grew up in a Roman Catholic family. In his early twenties, Behr was deeply touched through the Catholic charismatic movement, which took him on a journey that eventually led to his ordination as an evangelical pastor. While on staff at a nondenominational church, he began teaching a class addressing many of the questions that people with Roman Catholic backgrounds asked. He found that addressing these questions through history was a logical approach to navigate and answer these questions. Pastor Behr is a frequent guest speaker on various topics within the contemporary church and is the founder of Faith Dialogue, Inc., a ministry that promotes the unity of the Christian Church. He wrote his book "Roaming Catholics" to help people understand that the heart of the Christian faith is not grounded in denominations, but in the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.show more

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