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First Presbyterian Church launching groundbreaking Bible reading campaign Joining Thousands Nationwide Participating in The Story

August 30, 2013

Pastor Huisman and the congregation at First Presbyterian invite any one who wishes to join them to worship at 9:30 a.m. beginning September 8th.   
 Fulda Free Press Norma Dittman
Fulda Free Press Norma Dittman
Pastor Huisman and the congregation at First Presbyterian invite any one who wishes to join them to worship at 9:30 a.m. beginning September 8th.
By Norma Dittman
Pastor Stephanie Huisman, First Presbyterian Church, is excited to share The Story with her congregation and invites any one who wishes to, to join in learning about The Story. The journey will begin on September 8th, at 9:30 a.m., at First Presbyterian Church, 401 N. Lafayette Avenue, Fulda, You are invited to travel along through this unique program that will provide 31 weeks of curriculum for children, teens and adults.
The Story is based on the Bible, but the authors, Max Lucado and Randy Frazee, have placed the events from the Bible in chronological order (much like a novel) beginning with Genesis through Revelation. The 31 chapters consist of carefully-selected scriptures. Not only does the curriculum offer Sunday School materials, but it also allows pastors to teach up to 31 weeks of corresponding sermons. “The Bible is central to our faith,” Pastor Huisman stated, “but many people are intimidated by its scope and size. The Story gives us a way to journey from Genesis to Revelation together in 31 weeks so everyone understands God’s story and how their own story intersects with it.”
”Through the material that is offered, we will learn about the upper story and the lower story in each chapter. In the upper story is God’s unfolding plan for the world. The lower story is of regular people like us and how God is working with us on a day-to-day basis,” Pastor Huisman explained. To read the rest of this article - pick up a copy of this weeks Fulda Free Press or subscribe to our eedition at http://eedition.fuldafreepress.net


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