Act Normal Study Guide

Overview

You're going to like this study. It's invigorating! Act Normal is a thirty-one-day journey through the Book of Acts. Each day's reading discusses what it means to live for God and be empowered by the Holy Spirit. Through the use of real-life examples, and the ability to express complex concepts in everyday language, Scott Wilson helps your church gain a grasp of the story that runs through Acts. Wilson gives practical suggestions for living a biblical life that honors God. DVD sessions are designed to help you ...

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Overview

You're going to like this study. It's invigorating! Act Normal is a thirty-one-day journey through the Book of Acts. Each day's reading discusses what it means to live for God and be empowered by the Holy Spirit. Through the use of real-life examples, and the ability to express complex concepts in everyday language, Scott Wilson helps your church gain a grasp of the story that runs through Acts. Wilson gives practical suggestions for living a biblical life that honors God. DVD sessions are designed to help you kick off each small group gathering. You may choose to use these in tandem with the Study Guide. Act Normal gives you engaging, informative, and practical teaching. It helps leaders move compassion from being a niche activity to becoming the norm. You can enjoy Act Normal on your own for personal Bible study and spiritual growth, but many pastors will want to get everyone in the church involved.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781607310044
  • Publisher: General Council of the Assemblies of God
  • Publication date: 1/2/2012
  • Edition description: Study Guid
  • Pages: 55
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 0.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Scott Wilson has been in full-time pastoral ministry for more than twenty years. He is the senior pastor of The Oaks Fellowship located in Dallas, Texas. In the last three years, the church has experienced robust growth, nearly tripling in size, and now ministering to nearly three thousand people. He is the CEO and founder of Scott Wilson Consulting, an organization that exists to help churches and marketplace leaders to achieve the full potential of what God has called them to do. He and his father lead one of the most innovative public school systems in the state of Texas. Life School currently educates over four thousand students in five locations in the Dallas area. Each year, parents camp out overnight to enroll their children in these schools. Under his visionary leadership, The Oaks School of Leadership was founded in 1998. It is a school of ministry.

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