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  • 1 Corinthians Audio Lecture Series

    $20.00$29.10

    Formats— CD or  mp3 Download

    mp3 Download $20.00
    CD Rental $20.00
    CD Purchase $29.10

    17 lectures in series (Lectures average 30 minutes each.)

    Free sample lecture on Lesson 1: download mp3 file

    Audio quality varies and may not be suitable for use as a “substitute teacher” for a group.

    In the book of 1 Corinthians, the apostle Paul addresses issues that arose in the church in Corinth and that arise in our churches today. There was division among the believers rather than unity in Christ. Flagrant and unrepented immorality was tolerated…


    …by church members. Many were using the Holy Spirit's gifts to exalt themselves instead of to glorify God. Paul tells us that God's love is the greatest of all His gifts. The other gifts are meaningless unless they are guided by His love expressed through us.
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  • 1 Corinthians: Adult Study — English

    $18.70$28.00

    Series:  Joy of Living Classic
    Each lesson contains commentary and a week’s daily study questions (except for the final lesson which contains the final commentary only).

    Formats:
    Printed — 8 1/2” x 11″, spiral-bound

    …………$20.70 normal print (sample)
    …………$28.00 large print (sample)
    Digital — on CD or download
    …………information about formats 
    …………Lesson 1 samples: PDF  or  MS Word
    …………$20.70 on CD
    …………$18.70 download (not reproducible)

    Additional resource: Audio Lectures to complement this study

    Study Length: 17 lessons…see what each lesson covers

    Commentary by Anne Walls, study questions by Dottie Heseman

    In the book of 1 Corinthians the apostle Paul addresses issues that arose in the church in Corinth and that arise in our churches today. There was division among the believers rather than unity in Christ. Flagrant and unrepented immorality was tolerated…


    …by church members. Many were using the Holy Spirit's gifts to exalt themselves instead of to glorify God. Paul tells us that God's love is the greatest of all His gifts. The other gifts are meaningless unless they are guided by His love expressed through us.

    ISBN
    Normal print edition 1932017313, 9781932017311
    Large print edition 1932017860, 9781932017861

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  • 1 Kings Audio Lecture Series

    $8.10$11.60

    Formats— CD or  mp3 Download

    mp3 Download $8.10
    CD Rental $8.10
    CD Purchase $11.60

    10  Jump Start lectures in series (average 10 minutes per lecture)

    Free sample lecture on Lessons 1-2: download mp3 file

    Audio quality varies and may not be suitable for use as a “substitute teacher” for a group.

    Following 1 & 2 Samuel, 1 Kings continues the history of Israel’s monarchy in light of God’s covenants. During the period of 1 Kings, the kingdom of Israel was divided between Israel in the north and Judah to the south. There were evil rulers such as Ahab and Jezebel…

    …and godly rulers such as Solomon and Jehoshaphat. Many prophets were sent by God to Israel during this period, notably Elijah. In spite of Judah’s failure to serve the Lord wholeheartedly, and of Israel’s kings to serve Him at all, we will see God continue to carry out His covenant plan for His people.
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  • 1 Kings: Adult Study — English

    $12.70$19.10

    Series:  Joy of Living Classic
    Each lesson contains commentary and a week’s daily study questions (except for the final lesson which contains the final commentary only).

    Formats:
    Printed — 8 1/2” x 11″, spiral-bound
    …………$14.10 normal print (sample)
    …………$19.10 large print (sample)
    Digital — on CD or download
    …………information about formats 
    …………Lesson 2 samples: PDF  or  MS Word
    …………$14.10 on CD
    …………$12.70 download (not reproducible)

    Study Length: 11 lessons…see what each lesson covers

    Commentary by Nancy J. Collins. Study questions by Kathy Rowland.

    Following 1 & 2 Samuel, 1 Kings continues the history of Israel’s monarchy in light of God’s covenants. During the period of 1 Kings, the kingdom of Israel was divided between Israel in the north and Judah to the south. There were evil rulers such as Ahab and Jezebel…


    …and godly rulers such as Solomon and Jehoshaphat. Many prophets were sent by God to Israel during this period, notably Elijah. In spite of Judah’s failure to serve the Lord wholeheartedly, and of Israel’s kings to serve Him at all, we will see God continue to carry out His covenant plan for His people.

    ISBN
    normal print edition 1932017542, 9781932017540
    large print edition 1932017879, 9781932017878

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  • 1 Samuel Audio Lecture Series

    $22.40$32.40

    Formats— CD or  mp3 Download

    mp3  Download $22.40
    CD Rental $22.40
    CD Purchase $32.40

    19 lectures in series (Lectures average 40 minutes each.)

    Free sample lecture on Lesson 1: download mp3 file

    Audio quality varies and may not be suitable for use as a “substitute teacher” for a group.

    The book of 1 Samuel covers a period of about 115 years, and is a pivotal point in the history of Israel.  The long period of the rule of the judges ended under the prophet Samuel, and royal history began with the anointing of Saul and later David…


    …The history and lessons of this book are presented to us in the form of biography of Samuel’s, Saul’s and David’s early years. As with other books of the Bible, 1 Samuel records man’s failure and God’s faithfulness. Within its pages we see God’s long-suffering with those in rebellion against Him, and we see what God can do in and through those who are committed to serving Him.
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  • 1 Samuel

    1 Samuel: Adult Study — English

    $20.70$31.10

    Series:  Joy of Living Classic
    Each lesson contains commentary and a week’s daily study questions (except for the final lesson which contains the final commentary only).

    Formats:
    Printed — 8 1/2” x 11″, spiral-bound
    …………$23.00 normal print (sample)
    …………$31.10 large print (sample)
    Digital — on CD or download
    …………information about formats 
    …………Lesson 1 samples: PDF  or  MS Word
    …………$23.00 on CD
    …………$20.70 download (not reproducible)

    Additional resource: Audio Lectures to complement this study

    Study Length: 19 lessons…see what each lesson covers

    Commentary by Nancy J. Collins, study questions by Kathy Rowland

    The book of 1 Samuel covers a period of about 115 years, and is a pivotal point in the history of Israel. The long period of the rule of the judges ended under the prophet Samuel, and royal history began with the anointing of Saul and later David.


    The history and lessons of this book are presented to us in the form of biography of Samuel’s, Saul’s and David’s early years. As with other books of the Bible, 1 Samuel records man’s failure and God’s faithfulness. Within its pages we see God’s long-suffering with those in rebellion against Him, and we see what God can do in and through those who are committed to serving Him.

    ISBN
    normal print edition 1932017518, 9781932017519
    large print edition 1932017887, 9781932017885

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  • 1 Samuel: Preschool Study

    $14.00$15.60

    Formats:
    Printed (single-sided looseleaf)…………$15.60
    Digital — on CD or download (PDF) 
    …………$15.60 on CD
    …………$14.00 download

    20 lessons
    Download sample Lesson 1  PDF

    By Dana Stewart

    Reproducible Master Copy.  Includes:

    • Lesson plans
    • Crafts, activities
    • Notebook activities

    Also available in a Kit with Sing-Along Songs for Young Children.

    Suggestions are included for administrating the class, distribution of responsibilities, coordinating and training volunteers, room arrangements, snacks, and games.

    The book of 1 Samuel covers a period of about 115 years, and is a pivotal point in the history of Israel. The long period of the rule of the judges ended under the prophet Samuel, and royal history began with the anointing of Saul and later David.


    The history and lessons of this book are presented to us in the form of biography of Samuel's, Saul's and David's early years. As with other books of the Bible, 1 Samuel records man's failure and God's faithfulness. Within its pages we see God's long-suffering with those in rebellion against Him, and we see what God can do in and through those who are committed to serving Him.
    Read more


  • 1 Thessalonians Audio Lecture Series

    $7.10$10.30

    Formats— CD or  mp3 Download

    mp3 Download $7.10
    CD Rental $7.10
    CD Purchase $10.30

    5 lectures in series (Lectures average 45 minutes each.)

    Free sample lecture on Lessons 1-2: download mp3 file

    Audio quality varies and may not be suitable for use as a “substitute teacher” for a group.

    The book of 1 Thessalonians is a letter the apostle Paul wrote to the Christians in Thessalonica. During his visit to them sudden persecution arose, and the believers sent him away for his safety.  Paul later wrote to these new Christians—who had formerly…


    …been pagans—to encourage them in their trials, to instruct them in godly living, to urge some not to neglect daily work, and to give assurance concerning the future of believers who die before Christ returns.
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  • 1 Thessalonians: Adult Study — English

    $7.70$11.60

    Series:  Joy of Living Classic
    Each lesson contains commentary and a week’s daily study questions (except for the final lesson which contains the final commentary only).

    Formats:
    Printed — 8 1/2” x 11″, spiral-bound
    …………$8.60 normal print (sample)
    …………$11.60 large print (sample)
    Digital — on CD or download
    …………information about formats 
    …………Lesson 1 samples: PDF  or  MS Word
    …………$8.60 on CD
    …………$7.70 download (not reproducible)

    Additional resource: Audio Lectures to complement this study

    Study Length: 6 lessons…see what each lesson covers

    Written by Doris W. Greig, revised and updated by Kathy Rowland

    The book of 1 Thessalonians is a letter the apostle Paul wrote to the Christians in Thessalonica. During his visit to them sudden persecution arose, and the believers sent him away for his safety…


    …Paul later wrote to these new Christians—who had formerly been pagans—to encourage them in their trials, to instruct them in godly living, to urge some not to neglect daily work, and to give assurance concerning the future of believers who die before Christ returns.

    ISBN
    normal print edition 1932017410, 9781932017410
    large print edition 1932017895, 9781932017892

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