Have You Got Mustard? A Free Bible Study Guide for Growing Faith
Shirley Fine Lee compiled a seven lesson Bible study guide titled "Have You Got Mustard?" The guide can be used as a weekly group program or a personal daily devotional. For a limited time the guide is free on goodreads.com
March 13, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Shirley Fine Lee has put together a seven lesson Bible study guide titled "Have You Got Mustard? A Study Guide for Growing Faith." This guide uses the letters in the word mustard as an acronym for each lesson. This guide may be used as a weekly group program or a personal daily devotional. For a limited time, this study guide is available free at http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/20945695-have-you-got-mustard-a-study-guide-for-growing-faith. The ebook PDF of guide may be read on-line, downloaded to a computer, or printed.
M-U-S-T-A-R-D is used as an acronym that represents the seven actions each individual can take to increase faith. The seven actions are: Move, Unite, Seek, Trust, Act, Repeat, and Deploy. There are five scriptures presented in each lesson and each lesson covers a different action. After the scripture study is two exercises. The first exercise is what the scriptures mean to the individual reading the scriptures from each lesson. The second exercise is how the individual plans to apply the lesson to their life.
"Have You Got Mustard? A Study Guide for Growing Faith" also provides discussion questions and additional scriptures for study group use. Lesson plans for personal study or group use are provided in the introduction of the guide. For group use, suggestions for facilitation and how to get related slideshow are included too. An action planning form is provided at the end of the 51-page guide for both individual and group use.
The author of "Have You Got Mustard? A Study Guide for Growing Faith" Is Shirley Fine Lee. She is also the author of these professional books to increase productivity available on Amazon.com: "OPIE Project Planning and Implementation for Teams," "R.A!R.A! a Meeting Wizard's Approach," and "TAPP Steps in Time Management." More information on Ms. Lee can be found on her website at http://www.shirleyfinelee.com.