Good enough, as is. God redeems.
Women's hearts are exposed and the truth of our nature is revealed as we explore the lives of women in the Bible who asked the same three questions every woman still asks today: How does everyone see me? How do I see myself? How does God see me?
Rahab was not the typical woman, but she displayed very typical female characteristics. She was nurturing and protective, vulnerable, and hopeful. Where we learn the most from Rahab is the one character trait she lacked: self-doubt. Rahab is our sister in Scripture who considered her worthiness in God against the cultural odds and standards then, and still today. Regardless of your personality, past, present, or position, there is a place in God's plan for you. He doesn't want your personality--He wants to redeem and use for His plan, just as you are.
Learn from Rahab in this four-session video Bible study (DVD/digital downloads sold separately), the subtle and apparent differences between what we think of ourselves, what society projects on us, and what God's final word about us says This study will take you into the heart of Rahab as the everyday woman in modern culture through drama, expose the truth of our behaviors through strong Biblical psychoanalysis, and reveal the solid truth each of us longs for, to know that we are known by a God who considers us good enough, as is, and wants to redeem us
Designed for use with the Known by Name: Rahab Video Study (sold separately).