Idols in America studies various modern idols, such as money, entertainment, and self, but it also explores how even God’s good gifts can become idols when we allow them to take His place. Our love for our families, our church traditions, or our need for change can all overshadow and dethrone God if we are not careful. These lessons will challenge your group to seek a right view of such things while providing concrete suggestions for self-evaluation. Living free of idolatry is all about priorities, motives, and keeping God first.
The Faith Café Participant’s Guide is packed with stories, quotes, Scriptures, and life applications designed to help group members stay actively involved in the lesson each week. The Participant’s Guide is printed in a magazine-style format that includes a central article written by a featured Christian author to add flavor to the overall theme of each quarter. Faith Café brings the coffeehouse to your house with a gourmet blend of Scripture, inspiration, and insight that addresses topics relevant to today’s Christians. Designed to create an intimate coffeehouse atmosphere, this undated topical curriculum is the perfect way for adults of all ages in your Sunday school class or small group to connect with God and other believers.