Thanks - just was handed the basic book while back in Alabama over the weekend and seems like a powerful tool to engage our congregation in scripture study. When introduced to pastor seems like a number of others have the same idea. I'm encouraged!
I had planned to attend, but that was before my husband ended up in the hospital again and I signed up for two classes in September. Just too much stuff going on.
From what I've read, I missed a good one.
That's a good question (how "social" can we get). I'm particularly concerned about how to manage the discussion areas, which seem to require that you log in each day and scan, rather than have notes come to you. But I'm open to learning...
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