Nehemiah: Renovator's Dream

7 interactive Bible studies for small groups and individuals

Phil Campbell & Greg Clarke
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In these seven studies, you will see the history of Israel through Nehemiah's eyes.

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It has been called a builder's manual, a handbook on management and a how-to guide for getting your employees to do their jobs. But is leadership and building really what the book of Nehemiah is all about?

The book of Nehemiah brings the biblical record of Israel's rise and fall to a close - it is the last historical Bible book before the time of Jesus. It records how Nehemiah left his position as a high official in the court of the Persian King to return to Israel to rebuild the city walls. It's the account of how Israel ceremoniously recommitted itself to the law of Moses - only to fail yet again to obey it.

It's a renovator's dream - and a renovator's nightmare.

In these seven studies, you will see the history of Israel through Nehemiah's eyes and experience the many successes - but larger failure - of one leader to restore holy living among his people. It's the story of how bricks and mortar just aren't enough to rebuild a nation's heart.

Ideal for small groups or individuals.

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Contents

  • How to make the most of these studies
  • 1. The promise keeper
  • 2. God the builder
  • 3. Leading by example
  • 4. Fear of the LORD
  • 5. The water gate affair
  • 6. The story of your life
  • 7. When backs are turned
  • Tips for leaders

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Author Phil Campbell, Greg Clarke
ISBN 9781921441943
Format Saddle stitch
First published January 2004
Dimensions 155mm x 225mm x 5mm
Language English
Pages 84
No. of studies 7
Publisher Matthias Media
Customer reviews


08/10/2018

“Challenging and Rewarding.”

Helpful format, thorough background information, and rewarding study. You have to use good judgement of time and content to derive most benefit, and half way through we reverted to using two evenings for one study. This was not because content was unhelpful, but because members of the group did not want to lose pursuance of all aspects. Greatly appreciated by all.


01/03/2011

“Good stuff!”

Our group has found the study guide a great introduction to the book of Nehemiah. It would have been useful to have an introductory short history of how the Jews came to be in this position and a time line of events and dates - maybe even something about the relation of the book to Ezra. The references to other parts of the bible were always helpful in giving the wider picture. The questions were thought provoking and the application was good. The studies are structured and informative enough to make it was easy for group members to have a go at leading, but they are not prescriptive.
Thank-you


27/01/2011

“Very Good”

Although we have only used the 1st.Chapter all 3 groups found it excellent. The fact that people have to do some homework is really good and appreciated by all.

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