In an attempt to accomplish several goals:
- Keep on track with the study
- Curb Isolation
- Give us more than TV
- Foster a sense of community
I am going to try to keep our Romans Study going in a phone/online context. While the online format will allow folks to chat and ask questions via text, the phone in is completely transparent and easy to do, just dial a number. I am planning to get the reading assignments online today. I am also going to open the class up to those who have not registered. I do have some books, 3, left if anyone would like to purchase them for $5, but one can also order them online, or you can just follow along with the Romans readings. I will not be putting the phone number online only via this email. If you need me to resend the number let me know.
- Time: 7:00 PM
- Website Landing Page(work in progress!):
- There are two video intros that are particularly interesting and I will doing some more postings there as well.
- March 2, 2020 = MNL #1-Romans 1:1-17
- March 9, 2020 = MNL #2-Romans 1:18-2:16
- March 16, 2020 = MNL #3-Romans 2:17-29, 3:1-20*
- March 23, 2020 = MNL #4-Romans 3:21-4:3, 4:4-25*
- March 30, 2020 = MNL #5-Romans 5:1-11, 5:12-21*
- April 6, 2020 = Holy Week - NO CLASS
- April 13, 2020 = MNL #6-Romans 6:1-14, 6:15-8:11*
- April 20, 2020 = MNL #7-Luke 24:1-12
- April 27, 2020 = MNL #8-Romans 8:12-25, 8:26-10:4*
- Connection Information:
Dial-in number (US): (425) 535-9521
Online meeting ID: kreggmg
Join the online meeting: https://join.freeconferencecall.com/kreggmg
- On April 20th I will poll everyone to see if we want to finish up the remaining sessions on Romans or wait until the Fall.
- Study Book Order link for those who want:
*Additional readings to the emphasis of the study book. Probably due to not wanting to take a year to go through Romans thoroughly, Lifeway chose to emphasize certain passages above others, but I think that reading all of the text should be our goal.
So, poor yourself a good cup of Sleepytime tea, put the fuzzy slippers on, and dial in to share some conversation about Paul's most mature thoughts, the book of Romans.