Programme titles (1 DVD):
1. Be strong and courageous
2. Crossing the Jordan
3. The Divine Commander's First Victory
4. Judging the Nations
5. Inheriting the Promised Land
6. Planning for the Future
If we are to really understand why the Living God allowed the events of the book of Joshua to happen and why the Holy Spirit recorded these extraordinary events for us, we need to approach the book in the full context of the whole Bible, understanding this special book in the way it was originally intended. The name 'Joshua' is the Hebrew form of the name 'Jesus', meaning 'The LORD is salvation'.
The Book by Book Joshua Bible study guide is perfect for small group Bible studies. It’s split into 6 sections that are ideal for week-by-week study, with each section featuring discussion questions to help you think more deeply as you read through each part of the book.
This Bible study on Joshua is ideal for personal and small group Bible study. You can use the book on its own, or use it alongside the DVD resource for a more interactive study.
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The Joshua Study Guide is authored by Paul Blackham. The DVD study features Richard Bewes as the chair, and special guest Sami Dagher.
Sami Dagher is pastor of the Karantina Church in Beirut, Lebanon, president of the National Evangelical Christian and Missionary Alliance Church in Lebanon, and founder of the Christian Alliance Institute of Theology in Beirut.
One of 12 children, Sami was raised near the Biblical town of Sidon. Sami accepted Jesus as his personal Saviour through the work of an American missionary couple. In 1971, he was invited to a conference in Amsterdam where Billy Graham preached, presenting the needs of Europe and the Middle East. At that time God called Sami into ministry.
Throughout decades of conflict in the Middle East, Sami has been a bold witness for the gospel, planting churches during Lebanon's civil war, leading relief trips into Baghdad during the Iraq war, and establishing Bible schools and an orphanage.