Steppin' Out in Faith Participant Workbook & Pen Gift Set



Steppin' Out in Faith: Living the Life God Designed participant retreat workbook has 56 pages. Workbook is filled with everything needed for the retreat, such as game cards, lesson content, and space for reflection. The workbook also includes a thought-provoking bonus follow-up section to continue the devotional experience at home. Coordinating ballpoint pen references the theme Bible verse Psalm 37:23 and has black ink. Packaged together in a clear bag.

New Living Translation - NLT

View a sample page of the participant's guide.

Read about the authors, Jane Fryar and Gail Marsh

Participant workbook measures 5-1/2" x 8-1/2" and has 56 pages. Pen measures 5-1/2" in length and has black ink.




Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon   |  Diana Ousley  |  Orlando
This was so perfect for our survivors group. We had a agenda prepared that we were adding this but after getting a copy to review we've decided to use the format in the workbook. Everything is perfect for this group as well as those who attend in general. I can't say enough about this it's so on point the shelter which is not faith based even felt that we could use there. The ink pen writes great! Super excited about this item.. I got rave reviews from my committee 100% which does not happen often in church meeting..Would make a great item for any RETREAT!

Used for our annual retreat...

Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon   |  Cindy Guenthner  |  GLENDALE
We used this for our annual women's retreat of 35 women. We divided into small groups, and the discussion was very lively. Overall, it seemed more oriented toward relationship building and self examination than Bible study. Most of the women were very happy with this approach. Discussion did not lag; if anything, there was not enough time for all the groups to say everything they wanted to say. We used the scripture wallet along with the prayer and reflection suggestions, and that was a very meaningful exercise.