Join us for our study on the Acts of the Apostles, weekly on Wednesdays at 7:30pm via ZOOM, beginning September 27!
How do you tell your life story? How do you live your life story? Where does God fit into it? Is it a story of redemption, of healing toward wholeness, or is it more a story of tragedy, sadness and loss yet to be redeemed in some way?
The Acts of the Apostles is the 5th gospel in the New Testament. Why gospel? It tells the story of Jesus just like the other four, but rather than the embodied Jesus being the main driver of the narrative it is now his Spirit, the Holy Spirit, embodying individual persons and communities becoming his hands, feet, voice and heart for each other and in the world.
How does this small group of Jesus followers devastated by his torturous death and traumatized into paralyzing fear become transformed into emboldened representatives of their Lord, finding passion, courage and joy in a whole new way? How does faith, hope and love rise up in them in ways they could never have imagined?
Beginning Wednesday, September 27, 7:30pm Eastern, we begin our journey through this 5thgospel, seeking to locate ourselves in the story it tells and seeking to find our own path through death to resurrection.
How can you participate? 1) Notes and readings will be posted through an eblast every Friday ahead of the following Wednesday session. 2) You can join the discussion via zoom Wednesday evenings (and each session will be recorded in case you cannot make a session).
Speak to Dr. Harris (email@example.com) for more info.