Philippians | "Listen Up!" Bible Study (Weidmann)

Philippians | "Listen Up!" Bible Study (Weidmann)

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The uniqueness of the Listen Up! Bible Study series:

God's word is alive, with something new to say to all of us.

That's why the Listen Up! Bible Study series does not simply teach information about the Bible. It listens to God speak.

In these Bible studies, you will be encouraged to listen: listen to the Bible, listen to your own questions and responses, and listen to the honest sharing among participants in your study group. In that mix of biblical text, personal engagement, and honest speaking and listening, God's word may be heard, speaking challenge and comfort. (Browse the collection of Listen Up! Bible studies.)

Philippians Listen Up! Bible Study

Why Philippians? Because you care about the community of faith, like Paul cares about the faithful in Philippians.

Why Philippians? Because you want to learn from a writer and teacher who has endured suffering while persevering in faith.

Why Philippians? Because you find all the internal arguments among Christian groups to fail in moving the gospel forward in the world.

With 6 lessons, the Philippians Listen Up! Bible study guides a small group through reflection and conversation about this important letter by the Apostle Paul.

  • Discover why Paul's greeting of "grace and peace" represented a radically faithful perspective, distinct from the context of the Roman Empire.
  • Savor the Christ Hymn with all its rich imagery.
  • Remember why community and cooperative sharing are foundational in Christian discipleship and daily encouragement.

    Leader's Guide included in this study.
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    About the Author

    Rev. Dr. Fred W. Weidmann serves as the minister at Christ-in-the-Gardens on Long Island, NY. He has authored several commentaries on the Letters of Paul.