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Loving What is Not Whole


This short Bible study, intended to be completed by individuals or small groups in one or two sessions, asks: What does it mean to be whole? What does it mean to love?  

Even if we consider ourselves whole, most of us at least know someone who is not. Most of us know someone who is struggling with a potentially deadly illness or a chronic debilitating health condition. Most of us care about someone who is dealing with such an issue. I am talking about someone else, someone not yourself, who is not whole. I am talking about someone you don’t just care about, but someone you love: someone you cannot bear to see suffer, someone you cannot bear to lose.

When you love someone who is not whole, it teaches you something about God. Here are some of those lessons, from the perspective of the mother of a disabled child. 

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February 09, 2014
This title was added to our catalog on February 19, 2014.