Paul Tripp's Faith Video Bible Study: What Are You Hoping For? (Digital Download)
What is faith?
We all know that the Bible defines faith as “the assurance of things hoped for and the conviction of things not seen” - but do we know how to live by faith in the street-level situations and relationships of our daily Christianity?
Join pastor and best-selling author Paul David Tripp on a powerful 9 session journey through Hebrews 11 to discover how to live a hope-filled life of faith in Jesus Christ.
This digitally downloadable video series also includes 1 PDF study guide, filled with helpful application questions, to assist you, your small group, or your church bring faith to life.
PLEASE NOTE: If you're going to use this study in a group, you must purchase a PDF study guide for each participant.
More About The Study
Using Hebrews 11 as a guide, Paul Tripp will contend that there are no heroes of faith in the Bible. Noah, Abraham, Moses and the others enshrined were weak and messy Christians just like us, who often felt that the call of God was too big for them. You will also discover:
- How God accomplishes big things through little people who have faith
- How a lifestyle of faith will radically change your life
- How to live by faith when life is hard and doesn’t make sense
- How personal weakness and inability is a cornerstone to a lifestyle of faith
And other important lessons! Don’t miss out on the opportunity to deepen your faith with renowned Bible teacher Paul Tripp
Preview The Study Guide
9 downloadable video sessions and 1 PDF study guide. PLEASE NOTE: If you're going to use this study in a group, you must purchase a PDF study guide for each participant. A hard copy version (DVD + 1 paperback study guide) is also available, as well as additional paperback study guides.
About Paul Tripp
Dr. Paul David Tripp is a pastor and an award-winning and best-selling author. With more than 30 books and video series on Christian living, Paul’s driving passion is to connect the transforming power of Jesus Christ to everyday life. Paul and his wife Luella live in Philadelphia; they have four grown children.