Wednesday, July 5, 2017

What Does It Really Mean to Bear "Much Fruit"?


BEGINNING OF WISDOM
3 Ways to Prevent Bible Study Dropouts
What really keeps us engaged with the discipline of studying Scripture.
JEN WILKIN
This summer, churches everywhere are weighing which Bible studies to offer in the fall. With all the busyness typical of our lives, churches face the question: What gets people to commit to faithful participation in a weekly Bible study? Though many may start, few of them finish.continue reading >>


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What Does It Really Mean to Bear "Much Fruit"?

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