Would You Like to Know the Rest of the Story?
Rick Renner says, “When I was a child, I heard the same Christmas story year after year. But then I opened my Bible to see what I could find that I had never heard or seen before. Wow, I was stunned at the amazing parts of this story that no one had ever told me. It was fabulous beyond description!”
In this 15-part series, Rick will draw you right into the pages of the Bible to show you shocking and surprising things about events that occurred at the time of Jesus birth — things youve probably never heard or considered before. After hearing this narrative, youll wonder why no one has ever told you these amazing facts. This series is so riveting, youll be sorry when you get to the last message!
If youre ready to dive deep into the birth of Jesus and all the events surrounding His birth — and if youre ready to explode with excitement at what youve perhaps never considered — this series is for you! You will love this eternal story more than ever as you dive into these messages entitled, Christmas: The Rest of the Story!
In this 15-part series, youll discover:
- Exactly who was Joseph, the father of Jesus?
- What was the star that guided the wise men?
- Who were the wise men who came to see Jesus?
- What was the value of the gifts they brought to Christ?
- Did the wise men truly go to Bethlehem?
- Why was Herod so afraid of Jesus when Christ was born?
- And so much more!
Series includes (1) Study Guide. Additional copies can be purchased for group study.
Companion Study Guide
A 15-lesson study guide (included with program series purchase) corresponds to the “CHRISTMAS: The Rest of the Story” teaching. Each lesson covers a topic that is addressed during the program series, with questions and references supplied to draw you deeper into your own private study of the Scriptures on this subject.
Each study lesson includes:
- Greek Word Definitions
- Lesson Synopsis
- Lesson Emphasis
- Lesson Main Points
- Study Questions and Practical Application
This 124-page Study Guide is suitable for personal or group study.
Note: DVD and CD series include a printed Study Guide.
Digital Products (USB, Digital Video, and Digital Audio) include a Digital Study Guide (PDF format).