Study Guide for Letters to Bentrock: Companion Study Guide for Letters to Bentrock: A Demon's Guide to Pursuing Prey

Study Guide for Letters to Bentrock: Companion Study Guide for Letters to Bentrock: A Demon's Guide to Pursuing Prey

by J. B. Cyprus
Study Guide for Letters to Bentrock: Companion Study Guide for Letters to Bentrock: A Demon's Guide to Pursuing Prey

Study Guide for Letters to Bentrock: Companion Study Guide for Letters to Bentrock: A Demon's Guide to Pursuing Prey

by J. B. Cyprus

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Overview

A companion study guide to Letters to Bentrock: A Demon's Guide to Pursuing Prey by J.B. Cyprus.

This study guide is intended for individuals and small groups that would like to use Letters to Bentrock: A Demon's Guide to Trapping Prey as a starting point to discuss the temptations and pitfalls we encounter as Christians in the modern world. The reading plan assumes that participants will read roughly one letter each day (approximately six letters a week) over ten weeks.

Following each letter, this guide includes questions to encourage personal reflection followed by relevant Scripture references for the reader. The weekly group discussion guide builds upon the book as well as the Scripture references to facilitate a guided discussion for the group.

It is my hope that this study will spur discussion and encourage readers to consider not just the temptations that beset us, but the salvation that awaits us if we keep our minds and hearts focused on the One who loves and saves us.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798218039950
Publisher: Jubilee Prison Ministry Press
Publication date: 08/09/2022
Pages: 90
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.22(d)

About the Author

Joseph "J.B." Cyprus is a pen name for someone who is not famous and whose real name would certainly not help sell books. He lives in Houston, Texas, is an executive in the renewable energy industry, a part-time venture capitalist, a repentant former management consultant, and a veteran of the US Military. Most of all, he is a person who strives and often fails to faithfully follow Jesus. He wrote Letters to Bentrock, a book about temptation and sin, because it is the one theological subject about which he knows a great deal.

J.B. holds an MBA from one of those snooty, overpriced Ivy League universities and an undergraduate degree from a somewhat less snooty public university. He was born in the Northeast US and has lived in Michigan, Florida, Pennsylvania and North Carolina before settling in Texas. He has also lived or worked in several countries in Europe and in Asia. He is married and has two adult children.

J.B. has spent more than a decade as a volunteer in both the Jubilee Prison Ministry and the Kairos Prison Ministry and has served at numerous Texas prisons.
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