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(May 12, 2021) I’m trying to do an update on the website, and I accidentally published something I didn’t intend to – sending out 6 updates to your mailbox that should never have been sent. My sincerest apologies for that! -Mike
After seven months, we find ourselves in the last week of this study. During our readings this week, you’ll read about Paul’s second and third missionary journeys and the account of his return to Jerusalem, arrest, his (eventful!) travels to Rome all of which will conclude with the last verse of this study, Acts 28:31, […]
Having finished reading our way through the Gospel, we now turn to the second book written by Luke: the Acts of the Apostles. From a practical perspective, what we’ll read narrates the events of the thirty years following Jesus’ ascension (33-63 A.D.), and the rest of the New Testament – the letters (Epistles) of St. […]
This week, we’re reading through the second half of the Gospel of Luke. You’ll read about some familiar miracles, some well-known miracles, and the Gospel will culminate with the passion, death and resurrection of Jesus – the very events we celebrated just a week ago. But in the midst of these, there are two stories […]
We turn now to the New Testament and the 11th time period of our study, looking at the Messianic fulfilment (1-33 AD.) We’ll be reading our way through the Gospel of Luke, and the other books that fit this time period are the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and John. Given the familiarity many of us […]