Archive | March, 2009

Palms and Circumstance

Holy Week begins on a triumphal note.  We the disciples shout our hosannas, and we watch as the world praises our beloved Messiah. Everyone is at last giving Him — and His followers — the right kind of attention. This is probably the way most of us would have planned the culmination of Jesus’ ministry,

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Journey Through Scripture in Toledo

The Diocese of Toledo was the site of our second Journey Through Scripture Bible study training event this year and all I have to say is “Wow!”  Well over a hundred people packed out a hotel conference room in Findlay, Ohio, to receive Genesis to Jesus training and materials. This was the first time we

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First Bible Study of 2009

In late February, our Bible study training team of Matt Leonard and Rob Corzine headed to the “Sooner State” of Oklahoma to equip folks in the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City with Genesis to Jesus, the flagship study of the Center’s Journey Through Scripture series. Now trained and possessing all the materials to take this great

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Reno on Recovering the Bible

Recovering the Bible The Bible contains a verse that scholars like to quote. It is from the book of Ecclesiastes: “Of making many books there is no end, and much study is weariness of the flesh” (12:12). In context it serves as a warning against the vain illusion that we can study our way to

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