Avoiding Confusion Leader Guide
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Avoiding Confusion Group Study Leader Guide
Interpret Cultural Issues through a Biblical Worldview
Podcasts, social media, and friends and family are full of positions and opinions on every topic. Gender identity, the origin of the universe, the sanctity of life, the cry for justice— the debates seem endless. Many Christians have ideas and opinions on these cultural issues, but many have not carefully reasoned them through from a biblical worldview.
In a culture in which the Bible is scorned and Christianity is disdained, Christians need to understand the biblical position on cultural issues. And they need to, in the words of 1 Peter 3:15, “be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear.”
Avoiding Confusion is more than a thirteen-lesson small group study; it’s a guide for helping God’s people navigate the difficult societal landscape in which they live. Sometimes Christians get confused by the many voices and overwhelming opinions surrounding them. But the Bible has clear answers to help us avoid confusion and move forward with godly confidence and critical clarity.
|Publication Date||September 23, 2021|
|Author||Paul Chappell and Larry Chappell|
|Print Length||360 pages|
Paul Chappell is the senior pastor of the Lancaster Baptist Church and president of West Coast Baptist College in Lancaster, California. His biblical vision has led the church to become one of the most dynamic independent Baptist churches in the nation, and his Christ-centered leadership philosophy has become a model for hundreds of future leaders. He has been married to his wife, Terrie, since 1980 and is the father of four married children who are all serving in Christian ministry.
Larry Chappell serves as an assistant pastor at Lancaster Baptist Church in Lancaster, California. He is an insightful and compelling preacher with a heart to see people understand and apply the truths of God’s Word. He also advances the gospel message through his leadership of the live stream ministry of Lancaster Baptist Church. Larry and his wife, Ashley, have three children.