Taking Time to Change: An Interactive Study Guide
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Taking Time to Change: An Interactive Study Guide

Taking Time to Change by Jim Berg is an interactive study guide for Change into His Image. This thirteen-week study provides daily activities that will help you apply to your life the truths taught in Changed into His Image. If your attempts at biblical change have been haphazard and sporadic, you can use these truths to build an intimate and completely satisfying relationship with God by experiencing His plan for transforming your Christian life.

Taking Time to Change can also be used as a syllabus for the Changed into His Image video series.
  • ISBN - 978-1-57924-271-8
  • Author - Jim Berg
  • Copyright Year - 1999
  • Format - softbound
  • Length - 200 pp.
  • Publisher - BJU Press, JourneyForth
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Taking Time to Change: An Interactive Study Guide

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Rated 5 out of 5 by helpful This woorkbook gives direction to my attempt to grasp what Changed into His Image is trying to get across. The questions require some thought. They also require me to think about things I might have missed otherwise. February 27, 2013
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