(NOTE: originally published at https://www.goodshepherd.nb.ca/go-and-be-reconciled-what-does-this-mean/ – Ed.)
Good Shepherd, Moncton NB, is hosting a two week live, online seminar series over two Wednesdays on September 23 and 30th, from 6:30-7:30pm (Atlantic) each time. This will take the place of our midweek online Bible Study for these two weeks.
At a Glance
The Go and Be Reconciled: What Does This Mean? seminar can be presented as a half-day up to a full-day Bible study on reconciling relationships and resolving conflict. Each of the six lesson of the seminar reviews one of the six chief parts of Luther’s Small Catechism.During Good Shepherd’s midweek online Bible Study on Sept 23 and 30 (6:30-7:30pm), Pastor David Smilek (who is also our LCC Ottawa Circuit Counselor) will introduce this topic, and we hope to come back to it early next year for more.
Who Should Attend?
Everyone will Benefit!
In this engaging and inspiring presentation, you will see how God’s ministry of reconciliation is meant to be lived out in your daily life. You’ll learn practical ways to apply your Christian faith in family, business, church, and legal conflicts. Since all children of God are called to be peacemakers, this Bible study is appropriate for every Christian. Church leaders who have responsibilities for teaching and assisting others in their conflicts will find this seminar especially helpful for assisting others to respond to conflict in a biblically faithful manner.
The cross can remind us how we are reconciled
Click here for an interactive page to learn more about it: https://www.aorhope.org/gabr-cross-diagram
More information about this seminar is available at https://www.aorhope.org/gabr-seminar
Join us for this special opportunity
Join our Seminar this evening and next week online as you would any of our studies or services by visiting www.GoodShepherd.nb.ca.
(Please let us know if you have any trouble, it will help us keep it accessible to everyone.)