Summer Study Ideas

Fellow LGB bible studiers,

The overwhelming consensus is to wait until September to start-up another study. Therefore, I will be in touch again closer to September to discuss study options and get a head-count of participants.

In the meantime, please share any ideas you may have regarding ways to keep the study going on your own over the summer.  For instance, here is a couple ideas that I have:

1. The Gospel of St. Mark Year B Summer Scripture Series.  Presented by Fr. Joe Rankin. Tuesdays, 6:30-9:00PM. June 16 & 23, July 7, 14, 21 & 28 at St. Rita Casper Center.  You can receive catechist credit for this series. Bring your bible! Questions? Call Joan’e @ 969-4579, ext 106.

2. The Mom’s Bible Study group at St. Athanasius completed “Courageous Love – A Bible Study on Holiness for Women” by Stacy Mitch recently.  It was a really good study! We enjoyed it.  I do recommend it (or a similar bible study) if you are looking for a bible study to do on your own over the summer.  It provides suggested answers in the back, but I’d be more than happy to share my answers if you get stuck on any or want to talk about any of them (some of the group’s answers differed slightly from the book, or we liked our answers better). It’s a 8 lesson study.  I purchased the books off Amazon.

3. Daily scripture readings – Read the daily scripture readings and, when possible, find additional information regarding them from a bible study guide, online, or using a bible app.

4. Participate in a prayer group – one that Delores and I participated in is http://www.praymorenovenas.com.  It is amazing how the prayers seem to be exactly what I need at that particular moment.

My husband and I are expecting our little girl to be born in July.  Please keep our family in your prayers!

Thank you to all of you who took part in the Corinthians studies! If you have any suggestions for our next study or for possible individual summer study, please pass them on to me.

God bless you all,

Angie

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