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The End of the Story?

Session 3.30 for June 24, 2011

Jacob meets his match in his uncle Laban, who tricks Jacob into marrying both of his daughters, working 14 years for the priviledge. We know how Jacob's life turns out — but at the time, he must have wondered how the messiness of his life would end. What is your understanding of how God works in the “messiness” and “unfinished stories” of our lives?


Bible Background Video

featuring Nikki Hardeman

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High Bandwidth Version (HD)

Scripture: Genesis 29:15-28


Session Pages

FaithElement offers several flavors of Bible study, all based on the same scripture passage for the day. Click on an approach to download the PDF of that session page.








These videos or songs are referenced in the session pages:


Boy oh Boy Am I a Boy — Some Like it Hot
Freddy Cons a Free Meal — Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Lawrence Meets Freddy — Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
Max is Drowning — The Producers
Watch What You're Doin — Larry Norman


Dead Meat's Lucky Day — Hot Shots
Trailer — Soul Surfer


“Someday” — Nichole Nordeman



Reader Comments (3)

Is anyone else having trouble using Clipnabber/Freedcorder to download the Bible Background Videos? When I follow the instructions, I receive error messages such as: "The publisher cannot be verified by a trusted source. Code will be treated as unsigned."


July 24, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterWesley Johnson

Hi Wesley,

Here's the best way to download the Bible Background video file to your laptop ahead of Sunday, and then just play it from there.

Here's how:
1. Go to and create a free account (a login). Make a note of it.
2. Go to the video on FaithElement you want to get. Click the word "vimeo" on the video (lower right area).
3. This will take you to that video's page on Scroll down and look in the right sidebar for the link to download that video to your computer.
4. Click the download link and allow time for the download to finish.

That's it! You now have the video on your hard drive and don't have to worry about whether the internet is cooperating or not.

Hope this helps!
David Cassady

July 26, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterDavid Cassady

Thanks David! That works great!


July 29, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterWesley Johnson

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