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The Good Book Small Group Curriculum Kit : 40 Chapters That Reveal the Bible's Biggest Ideas

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The Good Book Small Group Curriculum Kit : 40 Chapters That Reveal the Bible's Biggest Ideas

Deron Spoo, Kyle Idleman with Kevin and Sherry Harney

Bestselling author Kyle Idleman joins Pastor Deron Spoo and authors Kevin and Sherry Harney in this comprehensive kit designed to help small groups and churches unpack the Bible's 40 biggest ideas.

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Bestselling author Kyle Idleman joins Pastor Deron Spoo and authors Kevin and Sherry Harney in this comprehensive kit designed to help small groups and churches unpack the Bible's 40 biggest ideas.

The Good Book Small Group Curriculum Kit includes:

The Good Book Participant's Guide

The Good Book 8-session DVD taught by Kyle Idleman and Deron Spoo

The Good Book Facilitator's Guide for group leaders

The Good Book Small Group Curriculum Kit is an easy-to-use, 8-week program that engages churches and age-appropriate small groups in the Bible's 40 biggest ideas and teaches how God's truths can transform their lives.

Deron Spoo has served as pastor of First Baptist Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for the past 16 years. His television devotionals, First Things First, reach 100,000 people each week.

Kyle Idleman is the teaching pastor at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, Kentucky, and author of the bestselling books Not a Fan and AHA.

Kevin and Sherry Harney serve together at Shoreline Community Church in Monterey, California. Authors of The Story Adult Curriculum, they have published books, small-group and curriculum resources with Max Lucado, Bill Hybels, John Ortberg, Dallas Willard, Gary Thomas, Mark Batterson, N.T. Wright, and Ann Voskamp.

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Author / Artist Deron Spoo, Kyle Idleman with Kevin and Sherry Harney
Release Date 1 May 2017

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