Bible Convo (Galatians) – 05/13/20

In this conversation, Pastors Erik, Cody, and Gavin discuss Galatians. Read the book (should take you about a half hour), listen to the audio of the conversation, and chip in on the comments section below with your own thoughts on the Scripture and to these three questions:

  1. What word, phrase, or theme most resonated with you personally as you read this letter?
  2. What does this letter invite us to as a community of disciples?
  3. If you’re sitting down to read this letter, what drink or snack would pair best with the reading?

For next week’s Bible Convo we will be discussing the letter we know as Ephesians. You’re invited to read those six chapters and come up with your own thoughts on the the same three questions we used today.

2 thoughts on “Bible Convo (Galatians) – 05/13/20

  1. Good evening! Another stellar broadcast! Loved the lost son parable reference, never thought of it that way before…Wow this Bible is really the same message a lot of different ways woven together to show God’s love!!
    I will deal with the questions in reverse order. Beverage and food: Margarita with a salted rim, and hard shell tacos. Paul is very salty and spicy, sometimes his message is hard to take in. It is messy as well like life. There is no real dainty way to eat a hard shell taco, no real rules, just grab and eat even though it will break up in your hands.
    The community is called to be gracious to one another as God is gracious to us, but stay true to the message. The verse that stood out was 2:15-17 or 18 (Message Bible doesn’t specify verses), Paul says the Jews have the best system of rules in the world and it didn’t get them closer to God. Jesus is the only way to be set right with God. Wednesday night Bible has become a highlight in the week here at the Peterson house. Thanks so much…


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