A Bible study challenge

A New Challenge

Monday October 1st, a new study will begin. We here at OSAi are pleased to be hosting this and hope that you are too!

Inductive Bible study? Simply, it has three parts: see what the text says, then what it means, and lastly what that looks like in your life (you decide that). At the end of the four weeks you will have meaningful scrap and something which will remind you of the truths you have seen for yourself. Be welcome — Be bold! and give it a try.

Instructions will be posted in our forum each Monday. Some participants will be scrapping their studies and others will use the more traditional paper and pens. Both are welcome!

Along the lines of a progressive scrap with new information given weekly, participants will receive 4 weeks of instructions over a small passage from the Bible. The course is free and promises to be a fun mix of scrap and inductive Bible study skills.

Participants will receive a start up set of elements to help them begin and a paper pack gift for running the course (finishing the scrap challenge).

Be sure to sign up in the forum and get ready to discover for yourselves some new truths from the Bible. See you there!


Credits and texts in the background:
'And you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free' (John 8:32, NLT).
'I have loved you with an everlasting love' (Jeremiah 31:3, NIV).
Fonts: Pea Cassie, Pea Stacy's Doodle Script and Pea Summer Funkiness @ Fonts for Peas, Impactm MgVking and my writing. Papers and eles primarily from the massie charity collab kit "I'm with the Band." Add'l eles and papers from 'Book of Days' and 'the Secret Life of Woodlands' by Beth Rimmer and 'Dragon Lore' by Cryztal Rain.

Here is an example of what we’ll be doing. This is using just one verse — we’ll be using a short passage. Had network difficulties and so couldn’t print the text for my pen and paper version. I’ll have texts for you to print as you prefer.

The John 3:16 layout was made with Park Avenue (Paisley Press), Romana alpha (Cinzio Designs),
Crosses (Merkeley Desings), and I don't know whose the circle is -- sorry!
 

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