MIQ DVD Set, BOOK and BOX Series by Doug Batchelor

Publisher: Amazing Facts
Speaker: Doug Batchelor

Product Code: DV-MIQ

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Designed to stem the tide of teens leaving our churches, the Most Important Questions set addresses the gauntlet of big, core questions today’s Christian youth constantly grapple with—including the reality of God and the evolution and creation controversy. 

Set includes: 10 one-hour presentations on 5 DVDs and MIQ Workbook

The DVDs and companion workbook include these 10 urgent studies!

  • Is There a God Really?
  • Can I Trust the Bible?
  • How Did I Get Here?
  • Can I Live Forever?
  • Who Am I?
  • What About My Body?
  • How Do I Discover God's Will?
  • What About My Relationships?
  • How Do I Live a Victorious Life?
  • Do I Really Need the Church?

The programs touch on everything from the foundations of morality and media to personal faith and Facebook. Answers to such topics as dating and church attendance to spirituality and suicide are addressed in a frank and straightforward manner.

Powerful. Challenging. Life-changing. Engaging. Experience for yourself one of the most watched religious events for teens! More than 7,000 questions from 57 nations; more than 1,000 churches from all over the world!

The official MIQ workbook has all the answers teens are looking for todayand gets them deep into the Word of God. This is a must-have resource for every teen and MIQ event group member, and it will keep teens engaged in the discussion before and after each program so that the truths they learn will stay with them for a long time to come!

No subtitles available. English only. 

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04/11/2013
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Indianapolis, IN

I would purchase this book again

Share with young people outside of my faith who have questions regarding the Bible.

JT
01/08/2013
Jim T.
Chattanooga, TN

Great DVD on creation VS evolution.

I've shown this DVD to family and friends. All have enjoyed and appreciated the information in it. Well produced regarding creation VS evolution. The purchase and delivery of the DVD to me was fine, no problems.

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04/17/2012
Grammy
Alberta Canada

I bought this for my grandchildren

This was given to my grand-childree so that they may come to know the Lord and to live a righteous life.

GC
03/01/2012
Gods C.
Weimar, CA

Educational for Teens :]

This DVD set is a really good tool for teenagers to understand more about the Bible and about God. My mother an I watched this presentation from Pastor Doug every night at worship and we finished the whole series in a week and thoroughly enjoyed it.

Doug Batchelor

Doug BatchelorAs a teenager, Doug Batchelor had everything money could buy—everything but happiness. His search led him to drugs, fights, and suicidal fantasies. Convinced that life held no purpose, he soon found himself scavenging food from garbage bins and living in a cave in the hills above Palm Springs.

The happiness Doug wanted eluded him until the day he began reading the dust-covered Bible someone had left in his cave. What happened next can only be described as a miracle! Today, Pastor Doug is president of Amazing Facts, an international multimedia ministry, and can be seen and heard around the world on television and radio programs such as Central Study Hour, Amazing Facts Presents, and Bible Answers Live.

Doug's down-to-earth approach to living the Christian life stems from his own experiences. He is an energetic man of vision and deep spirituality with an unusual ability to communicate not only to church members, but also to the millions of secular-minded people of today. He is the author of dozens of books, including, The Richest Caveman, Caveman Theology, Shadows of Light, Broken Chains, and At Jesus’ Feet .

MIQ DVD Set, BOOK and BOX Series by Doug Batchelor