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In Session 1, Matt Chandler sets the foundation for A Beautiful Design by reminding us that God is the Creator of all things and as Creator, He has a purpose for all things.

In Session 2, Matt shares the truth that all people, both male and female, have intrinsic value because we are God's image bearers.

In Session 3, we discover that though man and woman are equal in value, God has designed them with different roles. The role God has give man is to keep and protect.

In Session 4, we see how man's struggle with sin manifests itself in two ways: selfish passivity and selfish aggression.

In Session 5 of A Beautiful Design, we see the redemption, reconciliation, and healing that takes place in a man's heart through the gospel of Jesus Christ.

In Session 6, we are reminded that God has created the woman with the same value as a man, but with a different purpose. She has been given the important role of helper.

In Session 7, Matt explains that women struggle with disordered desires as a consequence of the fall. These desires are evidenced in a woman's battle with perfectionism and comparison.

In Session 8, we discover the redemption that takes place in a woman's heart through the gospel of Jesus Christ.

In Session 9, Matt wraps up the study by explaining how God's beautiful design is to be lived out in the home and church.

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