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your story? Each of us has a unique one—a way of weaving together past
experiences, relationships, and current joys and sorrows to make sense
of our lives. But if we live our
stories without looking to the master Storyteller, we
get lost and confused. Changing deeply held patterns of living and
loving happens as we find our place in God’s great story and
learn to trust his love and care for us.
In Restore: Changing How We
Live and Love, pastor and author Robert K.
Cheong shows us that because we have been united to Christ, we can
draw near to God, enjoy his love, and live with new patterns and life
rhythms. This thirteen-week study guides participants through
creating their own storyboards that will connect
them to God’s overarching story and help them to rethink,
reframe, and move forward. As participants discuss, do response
activities, and learn to meditate on God’s Word, they will reconnect with
God and reignite their love for him and
knows you and he cares for you. Through this study you can be
confident God will reframe how you see and experience life,
as well as how you see and experience him. Christ
will restore your soul as you abide in his love and find rest
in him. God will redeem your story as he takes what was meant
for evil and uses it to free you to love him and to live for him.
Restore: Changing How We Live + Love
Study Guide with Leader's Notes
by Robert K. Cheong
September 14, 2020 / Paperback / Retail Price: $19.99
K. Cheong, PhD, serves
as the Pastor of Care at Sojourn Church Midtown in Louisville, KY. He
has a passion for helping the church to be confident in Jesus, and he
is the executive director of Gospel Care Ministries, which trains
leaders in churches, networks, and mission organizations. He is the
author of God
Redeeming His Bride: A Handbook for Church Discipline and Restore: Changing How We
Live and Love. He enjoys life with his wife, Karen, their
grown children, and their adorable grandchildren.
What others are saying
is always a need for rich, practical, and transformative gospel
resources. Robert Cheong’s Restore is
one of the best I’ve seen.” ~ Paul Tripp,
Pastor; conference speaker; author of New Morning Mercies
“If you want to connect deeply with others around rich content for
reflection and discussion, you’ve got the right tool in your hand!” ~ Dave Harvey,
President, Great Commission Collective; author of When Sinners Say I Doand I Still Do!
“By consistently giving clear insight and directional promptings,
Robert Cheong helps us understand how God promises restoration
throughout his story and does so in ways that impact our hearts and
lives.” ~ Brian
Howard. Executive Director, Acts 29
“This work will help pastors and leaders disciple people to care for
one another in the way Jesus and the apostles envisioned.” ~ Jamaal
Williams, Lead Pastor, Sojourn Midtown; president, the
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