- Personal Lenten devotional readings
- Church-wide Lent studies (check out the series kit!)
- Sunday school classes
- Small groups (including class meetings and band meetings)
- Wake-Up Call readers
About the Book
What is the meaning within the remarkable scene in Luke 4:1–14 of Jesus being challenged by the devil in the “wild”—the untamed and unruly wilderness? And what are the surprising implications of this event for followers of Jesus today?
In Jesus in the Wild you’ll take a forty-day journey into the heart of one of the most unusual, and often most misunderstood, stories in the Gospel accounts. In this encounter, following his baptism in the Jordan and before the inauguration of his ministry, Jesus is alone with the adversary—the one whose works he had come to destroy (1 John 3:8). He faces three tests, or “temptations”—all aimed at unseating him from his identity, his belovedness, and his purpose as the Son of God.
Understanding how Jesus faced down the accuser in the wild, you and I will be equipped to address every demonic challenge that comes our way in the wild places in our own lives.
Jesus in the Wild is a perfect personal study and daily reader for individuals who want to gain a deeper sense of their vocation and calling in Christ, and for groups or congregations wanting a study on this momentous event in Jesus’ life.
About the Author
Dan Wilt is an author, communicator, pastor, and practitioner who writes on the topics of worship, the Holy Spirit, and following Jesus. With roots in the Vineyard stream of churches, Dan has served the development of disciples internationally through his speaking and resources. Dan is part of the Seedbed Farm Team, and lives in Thompson’s Station, Tennessee.
- Length: 47 daily readings
- Trim size: 5×8
- Video accompaniment: Yes—six 20-25 minute videos + optional Introduction
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