A Look Ahead

Happy Monday, Friends! We hope you had a beautiful celebration of Jesus’ resurrection this past weekend. We enjoyed sharing special features with you in the past week and hope they encouraged your hearts. If you missed any of them, we hope you’ll look back at the Come and See page.

Our team is taking a break from posting this week as we pray and prepare for our upcoming study of Malachi. The study book is at the printer’s to be put in your hands on Thursday, April 15. We’ll be encouraging and training leaders this Thursday, April 8. And we’re busy writing, recording, and compiling features to share with you on the blog each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday beginning Monday, April 12. The Malachi series will take us through Friday, June 5!

While you won’t see anything new from us for the rest of the week, we do have a couple things for you today. First, we hope you’ll take time to register for Malachi. The study will be a bit different than others we’ve offered in the past year, and you will need to sign up to receive a printed copy of the study. The cost is $10. Click on the image to register. 

In-person and on-line teaching and small groups will be held at various times each Thursday beginning April 15. If one of the study times doesn’t work for you, we encourage you to find a friend and do the study with her. We still want you to sign up and let us know who you’ll be studying with, and we can provide you with the teaching links. 

Second, if you’re looking for a good place to read in your Bible this week, we suggest you read through Malachi in preparation for this fantastic study.

Third, we’d like to share one last podcast in our series on the Gospel of John, a story about the love between Jesus and Peter, which you can read about in John 21. If you’d rather read this post, click on the Returning to the Sea image.

Jaime Sherman reads this John 21 narrative, which we originally posted here on the blog in 2020.

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