The God of the How and When

The God of the How and When

New York Times bestselling author Kathie Lee Gifford joins Rabbi Jason Sobel to explore the story of God's creation, redemption, and provision through the stories of key figures in the Bible who encountered him. With Rabbi Jason’s trademark “But wait! There’s more!” along with behind-the-scenes details and clips from oratorios featuring Kathie Lee Gifford and other well-known personalities, this rich six-session study brings God’s story to life with contemporary orchestral arrangements, powerful narration, and touching visuals.

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The God of the How and When
  • S1: The Holy Land (The God of the How and When)

    The God who determines how and when all things in Scripture will take place is also concerned about where these things will take place. Why did God choose that particular piece of land? What is the significance of this place that we call Israel?

  • S2: Abraham (The God of the How and When)

    This session looks at both the physical and spiritual components of the covenant God made with Abraham. Understand why God changed his name to Abraham and the significance of that new name. In the story of the sacrifice of Abraham's promised son, we'll see how this event poi...

  • S3: Sarah (The God of the How and When)

    Sarah, at times, differed from Abraham in her response to God’s promise. Hagar's story gives us a better idea of the events from Sarah’s perspective and how the birth of Ishmael caused contention. Explore what the Bible says about beauty and why it is so critical to reflect God’s beauty to the wo...

  • S4: Moses (The God of the How and When)

    Moses became the greatest prophet and a central figure in Judaism, used by God to not only free the Israelites from slavery but also to give the Ten Commandments and the Torah to them. No other leader or prophet was as loved by and revered by the Jewish people. Along the way, Moses would have to ...

  • S5: Joshua (The God of the How and When)

    See what set Joshua apart from the other leaders whom God could have chosen to take Moses’ place. Look at the two types of zeal Joshua demonstrated and how his life and character point to Christ. Joshua maintained his zeal to the very end, and we can do the same.

  • S6: Mary (The God of the How and When)

    God announces something extraordinary is about to happen to Mary. Look at the challenges she faced and the sacrifices she made to be obedient to God. The character traits Mary possessed that enabled her to fulfill God’s calling on her life are traits you can model as you seek to follow after God.