Women in the Bible faced many of the same struggles and challenges we face today. They had to confront the questions: How does everyone else see me? How do I see myself? How does God see me?
Rahab's story in the book of Joshua is about an assertive, confident woman who did what was necessary to provide for her family. Her identity was formed as a reflection of her upbringing. She had no Bible study to join or podcast to gain outside perspectives. Rahab formed her beliefs in a culture that didn't believe in God, but gods. When the opportunity presented itself, Rahab trusted in a God she didn't know, and brought freedom to generations.
This video-based Bible study will take you and your small group through Rahab's story as she learned to trust in God's final word about her worth above society's. Learn how you can shed unhelpful labels and fears, and revel in God's unconditional love and acceptance of you, just as you are. Just like Rahab, you can find freedom from shame and doubt.
The study guide includes video notes, group discussion questions, and between-session activities such as reflecting on the drama and teachings, studying the character story in Scripture, memory verses, and journaling.
- Your Past Has a Purpose
- Liking Your Reflection
- What's in a Reputation
- You Have a Choice