by Dee Brestin

Guest Post by Barb Hegreberg

Thank you April Jollie of Abide in Christ’s Love for facilitating the Fall 2020 Study of The Jesus Who Surprises by Dee Brestin. I also want to tell the other ladies how much I treasure each of you and the effect you have had on my life.

The focus of the study is “Opening Our Eyes to His Presence in All of Life & Scripture” It was an exciting ride. Besides doing the weekly homework and participating in the discussion, each day we finished this sentence. “Today I spied God when…”. We also took note of verses that really spoke to us (aka became radioactive). I enjoyed Dee’s weekly videos as well as the additional video content from Tim Keller & Michael Reeves.

Our journey went something like this:

  • Introduction – Get Acquainted
  • A Journey of Surprises
  • The God of the Dance
  • He Showed Up with a Whip
  • Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
  • Religion v the Gospel
  • The Plotline of the Bible
  • The Surprising Way to Pray
  • The Surprising Fruit of Suffering
  • Our Secret Weapon
  • A Royal Wedding Song
  • Holy, Holy, Holy
  • Comfort Ye, Comfort Ye, My People
  • Homesick No More

To access Dee’s website and the FREE videos that go along with this study CLICK HERE

We would like to thank Barb Hegreberg for this awesome book review. Barb has a fantabulous website My Life In Our Father’s World. It’s a one stop shop that has everything from “100 Words” to “Just Life” and everything in between. She believes that God has a unique plan for each of us. And her website is a testament to that fact. It is very encouraging and uplifting! Stop in—take a look around. Again, thank you sooo much Barb. Blessings and Peace.

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