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Who were these men? They weren't saints. They weren't scholars. They weren't even religious sages. What is most amazing about the disciples is that Jesus ever selected them at all. Among them, a handful of common fishermen, a hated tax collector, and an impulsive political zealot. The Twelve Ordinary Men Workbook brings you face-to-face with the disciples as you've never see Who were these men? They weren't saints. They weren't scholars. They weren't even religious sages. What is most amazing about the disciples is that Jesus ever selected them at all. Among them, a handful of common fishermen, a hated tax collector, and an impulsive political zealot. The Twelve Ordinary Men Workbook brings you face-to-face with the disciples as you've never seen them. You'll put yourself in their shoes. You'll understand their doubts and hopes. And you'll hear the power of Jesus' words in a whole new way. The message is clear. If Christ can accomplish His purposes through the lives of common men like these, imagine what He has in store for you! Based on John MacArthur's best-selling book Twelve Ordinary Men, this workbook is ideal for group or individual study, and includes: Suggestions for further reading Thought-provoking call-out areas Daily life application assignments Focused, relevant prayers Intriguing study questions Additional notes for leading group study


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Who were these men? They weren't saints. They weren't scholars. They weren't even religious sages. What is most amazing about the disciples is that Jesus ever selected them at all. Among them, a handful of common fishermen, a hated tax collector, and an impulsive political zealot. The Twelve Ordinary Men Workbook brings you face-to-face with the disciples as you've never see Who were these men? They weren't saints. They weren't scholars. They weren't even religious sages. What is most amazing about the disciples is that Jesus ever selected them at all. Among them, a handful of common fishermen, a hated tax collector, and an impulsive political zealot. The Twelve Ordinary Men Workbook brings you face-to-face with the disciples as you've never seen them. You'll put yourself in their shoes. You'll understand their doubts and hopes. And you'll hear the power of Jesus' words in a whole new way. The message is clear. If Christ can accomplish His purposes through the lives of common men like these, imagine what He has in store for you! Based on John MacArthur's best-selling book Twelve Ordinary Men, this workbook is ideal for group or individual study, and includes: Suggestions for further reading Thought-provoking call-out areas Daily life application assignments Focused, relevant prayers Intriguing study questions Additional notes for leading group study

30 review for Twelve Ordinary Men Workbook: How the Master Shaped His Disciples for Greatness, and What He Wants to Do With You

  1. 4 out of 5

    Anita

    Sometimes it seemed like MacArthur was repeating himself in chapter after chapter. I don't know if that was because he needed to do that to have enough material for the book but, I felt it could have been more succinctly written. Sometimes it seemed like MacArthur was repeating himself in chapter after chapter. I don't know if that was because he needed to do that to have enough material for the book but, I felt it could have been more succinctly written.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Bessey

    A great companion to John MacArthur's "Twelve Ordinary Men". I used this in a small group setting and it worked very well. There were many questions that were relevant to each book chapter, which I found very helpful in leading our small group discussions. I also appreciated that there was a section added at the end which covered the book as in summary form, which was nice since the book itself did not have any chapters beyond Chapter 10 (Judas). Pros: Great questions that were a perfect suppleme A great companion to John MacArthur's "Twelve Ordinary Men". I used this in a small group setting and it worked very well. There were many questions that were relevant to each book chapter, which I found very helpful in leading our small group discussions. I also appreciated that there was a section added at the end which covered the book as in summary form, which was nice since the book itself did not have any chapters beyond Chapter 10 (Judas). Pros: Great questions that were a perfect supplement to each chapter and the chapter material. Cons: There were daily assignments that were a bit of a stretch and not always relevant to the chapter study. Bottom Line: An excellent companion to use in small study group discussion, or even individual study.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jamie Pennington

    A bit repetative at times. Read as a part of our Men's club Bible Study. I also do not always agree with the authors docternal stance on things which may play a role in my ranking of the book as well. We did read in conjunction with the book as well. A bit repetative at times. Read as a part of our Men's club Bible Study. I also do not always agree with the authors docternal stance on things which may play a role in my ranking of the book as well. We did read in conjunction with the book as well.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Maxyne Haybron

    How wonderful to have insights on the men who walked with Jesus each & every day!! To know that they were in fact human, with flaws.

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    Suzanne Meredith

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