A short-term study that will offer FOUR ways to open the Bible — to understand the worlds of biblical people, to connect with our lives, and to inspire the ways we live.
What were our ancestors in the faith hoping to share with us?
How can we better listen to the wisdom and passion of the Bible?
How can we learn to read it with all those strange people and unpronounceable names?
Bellevue UMC is sponsoring this class FOUR weeks in September on two different days. Sundays, September 9 through September 30th, 9:15am in the Sm Fellowship Hall AND Tuesdays, September 11 through October 2nd, 6:30pm. You can attend either class. Members of the Adults Developing Discipleship class will greet you each Sunday morning and make sure you get a cup of coffee as well as a place to sit!
To register just email the church office (email@example.com) or call us at (615) 646-4146.
Leader: Jack Seymour, active at Bellevue UMC and author of TEACHING BIBLICAL FAITH will lead us in this class. This quick engagement will help us prepare for worship, focus our visions, and grow in intentional discipleship. Bring your Bible. We will open them together, focusing on texts also used in preaching.