Based on John Ortberg’s award-winning best-seller.
You’re One Step Away from the Adventure of Your Life
“Lord, if it’s you, tell me to come to you on the water.”
Peter may have been the first one out of the boat, but Jesus’ invitation to walk on water is for us all. But walk on water? What does that mean?
Walking on water means
·facing our fears and choosing not to let fear have the last word
·discovering and embracing the unique calling of God on our lives
·experiencing the power of God to accomplish what we would not be capable of doing on our own
If You Want to Walk on Water, You’ve Got to Get Out of the Boat ZondervanGroupware™ helps your group answer Christ’s call to greater faith, power-filled deeds, and a new way of knowing him. Through six sessions that include video clips and group discussions, you will discover how to discern God’s call, transcend fear, risk faith, manage failure, and trust God. Relating the story in Matthew 14 to life today, teacher and best-selling author John Ortberg invites you to consider the incredible potential that awaits you all outside your comfort zones.
This leader’s guide provides the clear, step-by-step instructions you need to maximize interaction, support, and insights within your group. Most of the preparation has been done for you---just follow the easy-to-use lesson plan, complete with helpful tips. Because this book includes the full text of the participant’s guide, it’s the only guidebook you need to track page-for-page with your group.
2.The Tragedy of the Unopened Gift
3.Find Your Calling and Get Your Feet Wet!
4.Facing Our Challenges, Conquering Our Fears
5.Good News for Cave Dwellers
6.Learning to Wait on Our Big God
If You Want to Walk on Water, You’ve Got to Get Out of the Boat kit includes:
1 – 90-minute VHS and DVD---use either format
1 – Leader’s guide*
1 – Participant’s guide*
1 – If You Want to Walk on Water, You’ve Got to Get Out of the Boat hardcover book*
*Also sold separately
ZondervanGroupwareä delivers personal spiritual growth through:
·compelling biblical content
·minimal preparation time for both leader and participant
·proven learning techniques using individual participant’s guides and a variety of media
·meaningful interaction in groups of any size in any setting