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Simple Life Action Plan - Member Book

Thom S. Rainer (Author), Art Rainer (Author)

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About this Item

Simple Life Action Plan, by Thom & Art Rainer, is designed to help individuals create a mission statement based on the principles of clarity, movement, alignment, and focus. Four areas of life are considered: time, relationships, money, and God. Simple Life follows the paradigm introduced in the best-selling book Simple Church. (5 sessions)

Features Include:

  • A 30-day action plan to move the reader toward a simple life.
  • Leader helps include a small group experience as a part of the Member Book.
  • Help for a church doing this study as a congregation-wide initiative included.

Benefits Include:

  • Tangible help for busy individuals who long for a way to simplify their lives.
  • DVDs provide a personal touch from the authors.
  • Ideal for small groups.

Author Info: Thom Rainer is the president and CEO of LifeWay Christian Resources and a best-selling author. Art Rainer is a banking professional and freelance writer.

Item Number 005238065
Length 9.00
Binding Paperback
Language English
Medium Format Paperback
Sessions 6
Height 0.49
Age Min 18
ISBN13 9781415868126
Publisher LifeWay Christian Resources
ISBN10 1415868123
Contributors Thom S. Rainer (Author)|Art Rainer (Author)
Publication Date 2010-01-04
Type Study Guide
Width 6.00
Pages 192
Product Group Bible Study

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