Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands Video Seminar Streaming
by Paul David Tripp and Timothy S. Lane
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Coming alongside others in biblical change is a community process, and it’s often messy. Paul David Tripp's best-selling book, Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands, opened the eyes of thousands of men and women within the church to how they can be part of the change process in others' lives. This interactive small group resource is based on the book and designed to help small groups, Sunday school classes, and others explore together the practical ways God works out change in his people.
Featuring twelve teaching sessions by Paul David Tripp and Timothy S. Lane, as well as several bonus features, Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands Video Seminar provides a practical guide for biblical counseling using Scripture-based insight and ministry help. This video series, now available in an easily accessible streaming option, offers a comprehensive, hands-on overview of the process of biblical change, which will transform the way church or ministry leaders think about and help others.
In addition to the videos, this small group series includes a study guide and facilitator's guide that walk participants through how they can be a part of the change process in others' lives. These guides include additional lesson content for the twelve sessions, homework discussions, and "Make It Real" life applications.
God uses his people as tools of change. With these resources, find out how you can be a part of that change in your personal or church-wide ministry.
Paul David Tripp, MDiv, DMin, is the president of Paul David Tripp Ministries, a nonprofit organization, whose mission statement is "Connecting the transforming power of Jesus Christ to everyday life." Paul is a best-selling author of many books on Christian living, including How People Change, Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands, A Quest for More, Relationships: A Mess Worth Making, Parenting: 14 Gospel Principles That Can Radically Change Your Family, and New Morning Mercies: A Daily Gospel Devotional. He has been married for many years to Luella and they have four grown children.
Timothy S. Lane, MDiv, DMin, is a minister in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) with over 30 years of experience in pastoral ministry, counseling, teaching, and executive leadership. He is the author of several minibooks and the coauthor of the books How People Change and Relationships: A Mess Worth Making and the curricula Change and Your Relationships and How People Change. Tim speaks internationally, consults with churches, and writes about the importance of pastoral care.
"When pastors or laypeople ask me for one book to read on biblical counseling, I point them to the excellent work in Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands. This study guide is a sound, thoroughly biblical, and practical guide for biblical counseling. If you are looking for a way to help your congregation understand how to counsel one another with the Word of God, Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands Study Guide will be an immense help to your ministry."
Deepak Reju, Associate Pastor, Capitol Hill Baptist, Washington, DC
"We adopted the Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands Study Guide as a required training curriculum for our ministry team, as it solidly reinforces our shared commitment to an entirely biblical, Christ-centered, discipleship approach in the context of the body of Christ. I'll be forever grateful for how these resources have been used in my own life, and in the lives of so many others, to grasp the lasting change that all of us so desperately desire. Keep up the good work."
Daniel Gavin, Director, Addictions Victorious
"As a pastor, I'm thankful for the Instruments in the Redeemer's Hands Study Guide. We've used it to train dozens of adults in personal ministry. Now members of our congregation regularly dispense biblical counsel to one another over the phone, at a coffee shop, in a living room. As a result, while our church has grown, my counseling schedule has actually decreased because issues and struggles are addressed before they become full-blown problems."
Ken Brown, Pastor, Community Baptist (New Boston, MI)