I want to personally invite you to join the online study for Footnotes: Major Lessons from Minor Bible Characters, written and taught by my good friend Julie Lyles Carr. Here’s what she has to say about the study:
We hear a lot about some of the “big” names in the Bible. Moses. Mary. Paul. But what about those who have a small mention, or whose names aren’t even known? What might they have to teach us about the faith journey? Footnotes is a unique four-week study that introduces us to some people who are just a brief blip on the screen of the Bible timeline, just a footnote in biblical story—people it would be easy to overlook but we shouldn’t underestimate. As you journey through this four-week study, you will be inspired by the backstories of these people of faith who show us that even minor players can teach major lessons.from the back cover of Footnotes: Major Lessons from Minor Bible Characters
- want to be inspired by the stories of minor biblical characters and the major lessons they teach us
- want to stay in God’s Word as you head into summer
- want a shorter study that is ideal for in-between or busy times
- want a study with an accessible and friendly format
…then I’d love for you to join the online study for Footnotes: Major Lessons from Minor Bible Characters!
What’s it about?
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Here’s the quick lowdown:
What: a unique four-week study that introduces us to some people who are just a brief blip on the screen of the Bible timeline
When: June 7 – July 2, 2021
Why: To find encouragement and peace and surprising inspiration in the lives of people who are essential to the story of our lives, even though they are just a little mention in a big book.
Where: Via email and YouTube or my private Facebook group, where you’ll also find reading plans and study aids to keep you in God’s Word. It’s not necessary to join the Facebook group, but it is necessary to sign up via email.
How: (1) order the Footnotes study participant workbook, and (2) sign up via email – links below!