Thursday, February 8, 2007

What to Do?

As of tonight, we'll be 4/5 of the way through our inaugural Bible 101 group! I have thoroughly enjoyed every minute of this little endeavor: calling a group together, sharing in learning through teaching, lively discussions, gracious community. All that. And more. I've been privileged to have some wonderful follow-up discussions, heard and responded to prayer requests, and enjoyed expanded friendships. Thank you all for giving me those gifts.

Next week (Monday 2/12, Thursday 2/15) will be our final session. (sniff, sniff) But it doesn't have to be. Anyone else interested in keeping a good thing going? (Actually, I know there are 'cause some of you have already told me so!) The questions isn't "whether to do" but "what to do?" Since the Christian season of Lent is fast approaching, beginning with Ash Wednesday and culminating with Holy Week and the beginning of the Easter Season some possible topics are:

  • Gospel Comparison on the Holy Week/Easter Stories (Matthew, Mark, Luke, John)

  • A focus on one Gospel (Mark?) during the Season

  • A book study on who Jesus is (Marcus Borg and NT Wright coming from slightly different perspectives wrote one together that we could try)

  • Your ideas????

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