Lois Tverberg book featured in fall Bible study series

Grace Lutheran Church West Springfield is pleased to announced an all new Tuesday evening Bible study series beginning in October.

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This special 14-week study series, beginning Oct. 2, 2012, will feature the book “Walking in the Dust of Rabbi Jesus” by author Lois Tverberg.

By understanding the religious and cultural atmosphere in which Jesus lived and taught, we begin to understand why his first disciples abandoned everything to follow him. As we eavesdrop on the conversation, Jesus and these first disciples, using ears of first century Christians we will find a new depth in our spiritual life. We will discover both practical ways to live as Jesus’ disciple and an invigorating faith that will draw you closer to God.

The Bible study group meetings run from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and take place in the church parlor. A number of copies of “Walking in the Dust of Rabbi Jesus” are available for $12.00 each. To learn more, please contact Carol via the church office.

1 thought on “Lois Tverberg book featured in fall Bible study series

  1. Hello,
    I would like to commend you on your study of Hebrew Roots in the book by Lois Tverberg. My name is David Russell and I reside with my wife in lower Michigan. We attend an ELCA congregation and I have tried to create interest in this topic over the years but have had limited success. The current pastor is rather conventional in his view of church history, and is hesitant to step out of a Catholic paradigm. This seems true of most the churches in our area from mainline denominations.
    In Googling Lutheran and Lois Tverberg, there seems to be little available in terms of book reviews or online opinion and I find it unfortunate.
    Thank you that you stood out from among the apathetic.
    David Russell

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