Frequently Asked Questions

Can I do this study on my own or with a really small group?

Absolutely! This may sound crazy, but one of the best ways to do this study is not with a full house but with a few friends. You may choose to gather with another couple who would enjoy some relational time (perhaps going to the movies or having a quiet dinner) and then walking through this study. Jesus will be with you even if there are only two of you (Matthew 18:20).

What's in the workbook?

  • Videos - While this book is able to be used on it’s own, we have created video resources that can be used alongside this book. Videos for each session can be seen at: livingsozo.org then click on which session you'd like to watch. Once you've entered your name and email into the form you'll receive an email each week to the newest session and a link to the PDF for that session.
  • Fill-in-the-Blank - Each section in this book has a fill-in-the-blank page that goes along with the session. To fill in the blanks, you can follow along using the video resources, or you can read the text at the beginning of each section.
  • Pause to Ponder - Because reflection is an important part of a Bible study, we have included questions that encourage self-reflection. Take a few minutes at the end of each session to look over the questions and statements made. In the space below, respond to what the Holy Spirit may be saying as a result of the session.
  • Robbers - Just like a person steals from another person, Satan steals from us. During this second time of self-reflection, you are asked to identify Robbers – or rather, areas of your life that the enemy is robbing from you. Circle or highlight statements that apply to you. If this study is done with a group, it is important to discuss the “false” statements and questions together.

What does Sozo actually mean?

As defined by Strong’s Concordance
Sózó: to save
Original Word: σῴζω
Part of Speech: verb
Transliteration: sózó
Phonetic Spelling: (sode’-zo)
Definition: I save, heal, preserve, rescue

How does my church/ministry become a partner?

A partner is simply a church or ministry that have used the Saved project and seen a positive impact on the lives of those who have used it. If you'd like to be featured on our Partners page, send us a message via our contact form.