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Go and Be Reconciled: What Does This Mean? is similar to Conflict Resolution vs. Reconciliation  in that it answers "What does this mean?” through two parts:"Be Reconciled to God” and "Be Reconciled to Others.” It further reflects on the biblical teaching for reconciliation while reviewing the six chief parts of Christian doctrine from Luther’s Small Catechism.  Each bible study includes one copy of Proclaiming God's Forgiveness. Click here for an interactive outline summary.


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Great for group Bible study and coaching people through conflict!

Approximately 130 pages (90 pages of main teaching material with 50 pages of answers in Leaders Notes). Each lesson features Bible study content, a major case study for discussion, and application questions for personal reflection.


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This study has been developed for three different applications:


• As a Bible study for small and large groups


• As an independent study for individuals


• As an aid for coaching people struggling with specific conflicts, preparing them for reconciling with others on their own or through mediation


Note that each lesson likely will take 1.5 to 4 hours to complete in a Bible class format, depending on the amount of discussion utilized by participants. Because Bible study formats vary (from 45 minutes to 2+ hours per session), the number of sessions per lesson will vary.


As Bible study groups and leaders, take whatever time you desire. Allow for discussion time since much learning takes place while people are sharing their thoughts on particular topics.


The study is designed in a catechism format: Questions are presented for discussion, with multiple Bible passages providing insights from God’s Word. The Leader’s Notes in the back of this book are an integral part of the study, providing thoughts on how particular passages apply to each question.

Go and Be Reconciled: What Does This Mean?

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