Supreme Conqueror

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Jesus' strategy for victory was countercultural. The Bible describes him as a conquering hero--but a hero who had to die first. In our world, conquering heroes achieve victory by force, not submission; with power, not weakness; with superior weapons and troops, not alone and empty-handed. Jesus conquered through weakness, submission and death. Jesus is the Supreme Conqueror, and in the pages of this guide by Bill Donahue, you can explore the results of Jesus' victory for ...
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Overview

Jesus' strategy for victory was countercultural. The Bible describes him as a conquering hero--but a hero who had to die first. In our world, conquering heroes achieve victory by force, not submission; with power, not weakness; with superior weapons and troops, not alone and empty-handed. Jesus conquered through weakness, submission and death. Jesus is the Supreme Conqueror, and in the pages of this guide by Bill Donahue, you can explore the results of Jesus' victory for yourself.

The Jesus 101 Series engages both mind and heart. The sessions bring a fresh perspective on who Jesus is, how he interacted with people in Scripture and how he relates to us. The discussion questions are designed particularly to help a group to learn from each other but also provide an interesting context for individual reflection. As you discover the ways Jesus fulfills our lives, you may fall in love with him again--or for the first time.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780830821587
  • Publisher: InterVarsity Press
  • Publication date: 9/28/2005
  • Series: Jesus 101 Bible Study Series
  • Pages: 64
  • Product dimensions: 5.52 (w) x 8.14 (h) x 0.24 (d)

Meet the Author

Bill Donahue (Ph.D., University of North Texas) is founder and lead strategist for The Communitas Network, which coaches and equips catalytic leaders to build transformational teams for the purpose of mobilizing missional communities. He also serves as an adjunct teacher at a number of seminaries, training both master's and doctoral students in church leadership and small group ministry.

He previously served as executive director of small group ministries for the Willow Creek Association (WCA), where he developed leadership strategies and training events for over 2500 volunteers. He has also worked as an associate pastor in Texas and Pennsylvania, and at Proctor & Gamble and PNC Financial Corporation.

He is the author of Leading Life-Changing Small Groups and coauthor of Building a Church of Small Groups, The 7 Deadly Sins of Small Group Ministry and Walking the Small Group Tightrope (all with Russ Robinson). With Greg Bowman he is the author of Coaching Life-Changing Leaders. He has also written In the Company of Jesus and the Jesus 101 small group study series (with Keri Wyatt Kent).

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Table of Contents

Before You Begin
Introduction: Jesus the Supreme Conqueror
1. Jesus Confronts Our Enemy
2. Jesus Provides Our Strategy
3. Jesus Chooses Our Weapons
4. Jesus Supplies Our Strength
5. Jesus Secures Our Victory
6. Jesus Celebrates Our Triumph
Notes for Leaders
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