Do You Want to Change But Don’t Know How?
In the How People Change Seminar (DVD) Paul Tripp and Tim Lane guide people in understanding how Christ’s life, death, and resurrection bring lasting change. Through the introduction, twelve sessions, and conclusion participants will be challenged to experience the deep–down change that the gospel of Jesus Christ brings and given the tools to understand the basic principles in the How People Change Study Guide. The seminar is for church–wide training sessions, small groups, Sunday schools, youth groups, or one–on–one discipleship and includes bonus material for equipping leaders to facilitate the seminar.
Sessions (2 Disc DVD Set):
Bonus Material for Leaders (21:01)
1. Here’s Where God Is Taking You (13:40)
2. So, You’re Married to Christ (17:38)
3. Change Is a Community Project (26:02)
4. Life as God Sees It, Change as God Does It (17:29)
5. HEAT 1: The Real God in the Real World (16:26)
6. HEAT 2: The Real You in the Real World (14:47)
7. THORNS 1: What Entangles You? (25:35)
8. THORNS 2: Why Do You Get Entangled? (21:07)
9. CROSS 1: New Identity and New Potential (15:12)
10. CROSS 2: The Cross and Daily Living (21:31)
11. FRUIT 1: Real Heart Change (29:34)
12. FRUIT 2: New and Surprising Fruit (25:45)
Leaders Helps are available on You Tube. Search Leaders Helps: CCEF Core Curriculum
How People Change: How Christ Changes Us by His Grace applies and explains CCEF’s foundational model of biblical change from Jeremiah 17 and is meant to be used in conjunction with the How People Change: How Christ Changes Us by His Grace Seminar (DVD).
The twelve lessons describe in detail the heat–thorns–cross–fruit (the three trees) biblical model of change and walk participants through the process of personal change by helping them to take a close look at their difficult circumstances (the heat), how they are responding to those circumstances (good=fruit tree, bad=thorn bush), and how coming to Christ for forgiveness and help (the cross=third tree) brings Spirit–led change of love for God and people.
Participants and leaders will also benefit from the extra material and reinforcement of concepts contained in the book, How People Change, also coauthored by Lane and Tripp.
The study and facilitator guides have been used all over the world to help participants understand the process of biblical change and apply it to one area of their lives through the Personal Growth Project. Participants and leaders will also benefit from the extra material and reinforcement of concepts contained in the book, How People Change, also coauthored by Tripp and Lane.
The recently updated Facilitator’s and Study Guides (2010) have essentially the same material as the 2005 version. You will note differences in format, pagination (the 2010 Guides have consecutive page numbers), some added notes, changes and additions to the diagrams, and directions on how to incorporate the seminar DVDs into the lesson plan.
Who Is This Product for?
The How People Change course is designed to be used in churches, small groups, ministries, and individual discipling to help participants examine the underlying issues that make change difficult and to understand how to go to Christ for the change they desire. It is suitable for laypeople and ministry and counseling professionals.
How to Use this Product:
Each lesson is formatted to last 80–90 minutes and contains the following sections:
The How People Change book, small group resource, and seminar (DVD) by Paul David Tripp and Timothy S. Lane are the first of CCEF’s three core series about gospel–centered change. The second part of the series is the Instrument in the Redeemer’s Hands materials (book and curriculum). The third part of the series is the book Relationships: A Mess Worth Making and the small group resource Change and Your Relationships: A Mess Worth Making both by Lane and Tripp. Each course is designed to give pastors, counselors, and ministry leaders a biblical, Christ–centered, and user–friendly tool to equip laypeople to grow in grace.
The three courses together answer three fundamental questions: Why do people do the things they do? How does lasting change take place in a person? How can God use me in someone’s life to help them grow?
Although each of these series stand alone, it can be helpful to go through them in order – beginning with How People Change, then Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands, and ending with Relationships: A Mess Worth Making.
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