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This is a really solid resource. Well-written, strong content, and super easy to apply.

How often do we hesitate to do what God has called us to do? Like adults, students seek confirmation, ask friends for advice, and they … wait. I'd be willing to bet God has told them to go do something—talk to a friend about Jesus, serve someone, or take a risk in your faith. But, for some reason, they are hesitating. This study will challenge them to take that first step toward doing what God is calling them to do.

Designed for a weekend retreat—but also adaptable to be used for a three-week small group study—this resource looks at three characters from the Old Testament who God called to "GO." Each had a much different response. God called Jonah and his response was, "Here I am, I won't go!" Moses said, "Here I am, send someone else!" Isaiah said, "Here I am, send me!"

This Resource Includes:
• Small Group Bible study leader guides with discussion questions and commentary help.
• T-shirt graphic
• Title Graphics
• Background slides

If you want a small group resource for a weekend retreat that is easy to lead and promotes biblical discussion, this is for you!

Let's Go

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An Old Testament small group study for a weekend retreat, challenging students to respond to God's call.
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Bart has an amazing wife (she has to be to put up with me) and 2 crazy-fun kids. He has spent over 10 years as a Student Pastor at Riverland Hills Church in Irmo, SC. He especially enjoys writing small group material that allows students to dig into a scripture passage on their own and apply it to their lives. When he is not hanging with the family you can usually find him out hunting, playing disc golf, or even cooking!

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There are plenty of people who are grateful that you do what you do. Your students are, their families are, and your church is, even though they may not say it often enough. I want to say thanks on behalf of them, and model the way we need to be saying thanks to the leaders that serve alongside us—in ten different ways—through this ebook.

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