Call for questions on 1 Corinthians 14:26-15:34

I have been gone quite a bit over the last two weeks and have not managed to do much more than put up the Bible study handouts for the readings. In the meantime we’ve had some great bits in 1 Corinthians and rather than brush over them and move right along to what we’ll start tomorrow, I wanted to put out a call for any questions. Was there some standout part of these last two weeks of readings that you have a question about? Was there something that you weren’t quite sure about? Maybe you just want to see if there is more to know about a section that you’ve always liked.

I can’t do it all this week, but I’d love to have a few suggestions that can be addressed. So if you have one–go back and see if you had something underlined or had written in a little question mark in the margins–let me know. Either email me, leave it in the comments, or some other third way of reaching me. I look forward to the feedback!

A Call for Your Stories

As we continue to read through the Bible we are learning all about God’s story. But as we come near the end of Year in the Bible, I want to hear your stories, too. I want to hear how spending this time reading God’s Word has shaped you and challenged you. I want to hear how God is working in and through you. What passages have especially stood out to you over the year? Have there been parts that were unexpected and surprising?
Have you been reading alone or with a group? How has that experience been? Have you learned more about God? Does God’s plan seem all the more amazing having read in this way? Are you encouraged to continue on? Have passages been brought to your mind in times of need? How has what you’ve learned helped you be a better follower of Christ?

If you have something to share–which I reckon you do, I’d love for you to email me. It can be just a few sentences or as long as you’d like. If you’re less of a writer, just contact me and we can get together and talk. Part of the joy of being the Church is coming together with fellow believers and sharing how God is moving in our midst.