New Bible Study on Jeremiah by Reed Lessing

Dr. Reed Lessing, Professor of Exegetical Theology at Concordia Seminary, is the author of a new Bible study: “Jeremiah: A Book on Surviving Disasters.” According to the publisher,

Author Reed Lessing uses the Book of Jeremiah as the source material for helping us as God’s people to survive disasters through such means as honesty, refusing to live in the past, confession of sin, the written word and worship. Each session includes study questions, prayers and reflections.

The study is published by Creative Communications for the Parish and available for purchase online. The Leader’s Guide is available here, and the student booklets here.

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