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Quote from a Novel I'm Reading

“My father says that’s what ministers are for. To tell us what the Bible says and then to interpret it.” Carrie’s voice rose in stubborn defiance. 402 more words

Bible Study

Matthew 4:12-17

I will be out of town tomorrow and the following Sunday.  So I will be missing Pastor Beau’s upcoming messages in Matthew.  But my heart is in this discipleship, gospel manual in the New Testament.   326 more words

Matthew 4:1-11

Today, at Emmaus Road Church, Pastor Beau Floyd opened up the discussion at our assembly with this question:  What was your best and worst meal that you have eaten?   516 more words

Inductive Bible Study

Expanding Africa’s Model of Biblical Interpretation: Toward More Promise and Less Peril from Contextual Hermeneutics

This is a summary of a piece I’m writing…

This paper seeks to introduce the concepts of inductive Bible study and attending to the literary context of passages of Scripture to those who teach and practice African contextual hermeneutics. 1,460 more words

Interpretation

DIG Gals Bible Study: 1 John, Chapter 2

The DIG (Deep in God) Bible Study is designed to help you get more out of the Word of God than a casual reading would produce. 1,509 more words

Matthew 3:1-12

Today, at Emmaus Road Church, Pastor Beau Floyd preached “Making a Way to Jesus” from Matthew 3:1-12 and connected the text to us in five ways: (1) A Messenger and a Way, (2) Being Weird, (3) Baptism and Repentance, (4) False “Devotion”, and (5) The Coming One. 555 more words

What is my spiritual gift?

Have you ever wondered what your spiritual gift  is? Or maybe you didn’t know that you have a spiritual gift. God’s Word teaches that each believer is given at least one… 321 more words