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Journeys 2014 Session 8 Nov 5-19


Why Did Paul Say That?
The Apostle Paul has given us our earliest written expression of Christian faith and how it is applied to life. His letters to the first two generations of Christ’s followers have influenced Christian thought and practice throughout the centuries. The theology of grace, the ethics of love and the ministry of reconciliation all find their roots in his words of guidance to his fellow travelers on faith’s journey. Some of his words, however, find application that seems strange to us who are so far removed in time, place and culture from their writing. These three sessions will explore some of his statements that at times have been controversial and puzzling.
Fellowship Hall

Nov. 5th: On governing authorities (Romans 13: 1-7) and on marital status (I Corinthians 13: 1-7).
Led by Dr. Colin Harris

Nov. 12th: On women speaking in church (I Corinthians 14: 33b-36) and being subject to husband (Ephesians 5: 22-24).
Led by Rev. Kathy Dobbins

Nov. 19th: On food offered to idols (I Corinthians 8: 1-13); on attire and appearance (I Corinthians 11: 2-26) and a theological response to suffering (Romans 8:28-30).
Led by Dr. Colin Harris

Family Advent Series
Nov. 5th, 12th & 19th in S223
Create a new advent tradition for your family by bringing the lineage of Jesus to life. During this time participants will create a tangible way for their family to experience God¹s presence in their lives. The materials for each Jesse Tree will cost $10. Please contact Becky C-S to register for the class.
Led by Rev. Becky Caswell-Speight

Identity Theft
Nov. 12th in Room 220
Find out what to do if you become a victim of identity theft and learn how to protect yourself from being a victim. Georgia ranks #2 in identity theft. Special emphasis on what to pay attention to during the holiday season.
Presented by Senior Education Seminars


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