+JMJ+ Welcome to the second post in our new Thursday series, The Story of Salvation. I’d like to begin with a prayer. I’ll pray the Come, Holy Spirit prayer. Pray with me if you like, use the same prayer or one of your choice. When you’re ready, meet me back here.Continue reading “The Story of Salvation – Part 2”
+JMJ+ Welcome to the introduction of a new Thursday series where we will explore the Story of Salvation. I’ve been wanting to write about the Bible and salvation history for some time now but have only mentioned it here and there in the past. When I was a kid (either in the 7th or 8th grade or maybe a freshman in high school) and a Methodist, I read the Bible straight through. I’d gotten one at church and, bookworm that I was (and am), I set myself the goal of reading it from cover to cover. And I did. I didn’t understand most of what I read, but I kept at it. Parts of it were beautiful and I’ve maintained my love of the Psalms to this day.Continue reading “New series exploring salvation history”
Updated January 14, 2021
One session into the 24-week Bible Timeline Study by Jeff Cavins (sessions are free at this host parish), part of the Great Adventure series, and I am thoroughly hooked. After class I drove to a favorite place for lunch, where they have wi-fi, and ordered the Study Kit. You can get it from Ascension Press. [CD’s and DVD’s can be purchased separately.]Continue reading “Bible Timeline Study, the beginning of a Great Adventure”
I’m typing this while I’m at lunch, having just attended the first session of the Bible Timeline Study by Jeff Cavins, being held at a local parish here in Birmingham. I’ll tell you more about it after I get back from taking the dogs to the park with their pack buddies. I’ll be back later!