Jeanne Torrence Finley - Three Simple Rules for Christian Living

Three Simple Rules for Christian Living by Jeanne Torrence Finley

Tags: Christian Teaching, Christian Life, Paperback, Book
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Genre: Christian Teaching
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 79712
Product Format: Book
ISBN: 9781426700255
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 64
Publisher: Abingdon Press Alban Books
Cat. Code: 9781426700255
Release Date: 01 Feb 2009

Three Simple Rules for Christian Living reflects on three principles of Christian living illuminated by John Wesley in the General Rules and revisited by Bishop Rueben Job in his book Three Simple Rules:¬ ¬ Do No Harm,¬ Do Good, and Stay in Love with God. This study¬ presents the early Wesleyan understandings of spiritual disciplines that can transform us and the world in which we live and¬ can lead to a more faithful way of living as a disciple of Jesus Christ. In this six-session study, you will explore the three rules and how to practice them in daily life. Each rule has a session to help you understand the rule and a session to help you explore ways to practice the rule. Through the words of John Wesley, Rueben Job, and the Bible, you will reflect on what these rules meant during Wesley s time and what they can mean to us today.¬ ¬ ¬ Three Simple Rules for Christian Living includes a DVD that contains interviews with author,¬ Bishop Rueben Job, and a CD ROM that contains a Leader Guide for the study sessions and other useful information for organizing, leading, and publicizing study groups. Churches¬ can do a church-wide study of three simple rules by using the youth resource, Three Simple Rules 24/7, and the children s resource, Three Simple Rules for Following Jesus, along with this book. ¬ Jeanne Torrence Finley is a clergy member of the Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church, co-chair of the Virginia Conference Board of Church and Society, and director of Collegial Communications.¬ She has worked as a campus minister, pastor, college English teacher, workshop leader, and communications consultant. Finley writes regularly for FaithLink .¬ Her work has appeared in the Journal of Presbyterian History , Worship , The Mennonite , Christian Science Monitor , the Virginia Advocate , and Christian Social Action .

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