Lesson 1: Anger 5
There is a sin that is very destructive, often hidden, sometimes known only by people in the family, and rarely demonstrated at church, but it’s a devastating sin that can be in the life of a leader.
Lesson 2: Bitterness 5
There are many people coming to church well-dressed with happy-looking children, but deep inside there is a seething anger that leads to bitterness (which is revealed in many ways).
Lesson 3: Lessons From a Caveman 3
Lot grew up with a godly family and great riches - what happened that caused him to live in a cave?
Lesson 4: Temptations' Seniors Face 5
Crossing sixty is no reason to slow down - Les Ollila examines "spiritual retirement," inflexibility, regret, and other temptations that affect seniors.
Lesson 5: Why Good Ministries Go Bad 3
A good legacy does not guarantee a good future.
Lesson 6: What to Do When Normal is Gone 3
Devastating news comes - what does a person do when normal is no more?
Lesson 7: From Bitter to Better 3
God wants to use circumstances in life to make you better; Satan wants to use circumstances in life to make you bitter.
Lesson 8: Devastating Consequences of Hidden Sin 3
Achan shows us five different people affected by our sin.
Lesson 9: Afterward (Lessons From Esau) 3
Lessons from Esau
Lesson 10: Temptation 7
We wrap up this course with an overview of the nature of temptation.
Lessons From a Caveman
Welcome to Lessons From a Caveman!
1. Download the workbook: Workbook: Lessons From a Caveman
2. Read the following passages:
- Genesis 13, 19
- Deuteronomy 11:26-28
3. Watch the lesson (while taking notes in the workbook):
4. Check your workbook against the answer key: Answer Key: Lessons From a Caveman
5. Take the quiz