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October, Week 2: “God”

In this week’s Bible study, we will reflect on the identity of Yahweh as a complex being—one God and at the same time Father, Son, and Spirit. The theological term for this concept is called the Trinity. God is united within himself as a community of eternal love. Love is not just one of his attributes; love is who he is. Because of this, when the Father, Son, and Spirit created humanity, it was an expression and an invitation to eternal love. Humanity rejected this invitation at first, but God went to every length to make a way for us to participate in his community of love.

Octubre, Semana 1: “Filemón”

Para el estudio Bíblico de esta semana, abrimos la carta de Pablo a Filemón. En la carta, vemos a Onésimo y Filemón tan divididos que su relación parece irreparable. Sin embargo, Pablo creía que las buenas noticias de Jesús hacían a estos dos hombres socios iguales en la gracia de Dios, así que se metió en medio de su conflicto para apelar a su reconciliación.

October, Week 1: “Philemon”

For this week’s Bible study, we’re opening Paul’s letter to Philemon. In the letter, we see Onesimus and Philemon so divided that their relationship seems irreparable. However, Paul believed Jesus’ good news made these two men equal partners in God’s grace, so he inserted himself into the middle of their conflict to appeal for their …

Septiembre, Semana 5: “Shalom – Paz”

Shalom, o paz, no es sólo la ausencia de conflicto sino también la presencia de conexión y finalización. ¿Quién y qué necesitamos para experimentar la conexión y la sensación de finalización?

September, Week 5: “Shalom – Peace”

Shalom, or peace, is not only the absence of conflict but also the presence of connection and completion. Who and what do we need in order to experience connection and a sense of completion?