GRO 1: Why Study the Bible?

jordantmoody —  February 11, 2014 — 1 Comment

Hey guys,

I have posted this for us to communicate together outside of our regular GRO group meeting time. What I want you to do is to take some time and read the material given to you. (Click here if you lost it) Once you have read it and answered some of the questions I want you to comment on this post throughout the week so we can talk about how our Bible reading is going.

When you comment on this article about the Multiply Movement section please answer the questions and feel free to comment on other thoughts that came up in your reading. Guys also feel free to respond to everyone’s comments to get some dialogue going. (to comment click on the title of this post and then scroll down. Fill out your name and email to comment)

Here are the questions from the reading:

1. Take a few minutes to examine your motivations and write down a few thoughts below.

2. Take a minute to think about your past experience with studying the Bible. Which of the wrong motivations listed
above are you guilty of? Can you think of any others?

3. What are some thoughts you had from this reading. What are some things that have helped you in the past in studying the Bible? What are some things that have hurt you in the past with studying the Bible?


(Also, if you click underneath comments: notify me when someone responds you can keep track of the conversation going on here. You will be sent an email to remind you to check and read the comments.)




I'm a Pastor/Teaching Elder at Hope Fellowship Church in New Ipswich, NH.

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