Posted by: Robin Lynn | 10/27/2009

I’m Learning Lessons

I love Wednesdays because it is our gathering for Bible study night. Some congregations meet in homes for a mid-week study and that’s cool. We’re still pretty small in size, live far apart from each-other and it makes more sense for us to gather at the building.

What I love about these studies is that they’re pretty relaxed. Discussion sashays around the room as topics are read, lessons listened to and talked about. I love it. We happen to be in the middle of a DVD series of Ray Vander Laan. Talk about magnificent! Every time I learn, grow and am challenged!

Over the past few months we have been in 2 of his series – the first took us to learning about the Savior and his Sacrifice, the next was the early church and this one is In the Dust … I have been edified, I have wept, I have been caused to search anew, I have absolutely rejoiced in new knowledge and discoveries! I just ‘eat up’ the discussion that follows each segment – so rich and delicious – soul food at its best!

Quite frankly, I generally always love the Bible studies on Wed. evening and Sunday morning … I am one of the favored few who has the distinct honor of being married to an evangelist and I get to participate not only at these decided times but also daily in learning along side Lowell. I know Lowell is one of a multitude of special men who pray over and study the Word well before ‘breaking’ it unto the church. My heart aches for so many who ignore the invitation to study God’s Word together – we are so very privileged to even have this opportunity.

I simply love coming together – to encourage, hear the latest news, and solidify who I am in the Lord. You know, solid foundations are built over time and then the building rises up sure and strong … I am gradually becoming that beautiful temple of the Lord’s own design.

You owe it to you to check out these wonderful DVDs – simply marvelous, folks!


279693: The Early Church, Faith Lessons Volume 5, DVD The Early Church, Faith Lessons Volume 5, DVDExperience the Bible for yourself! This in-depth video Bible study—shot on location and featuring teacher and historian Ray Vander Laan—will help you understand the New Testament better by giving you a
better understanding of the Old Testament.

Learn from first-century disciples what it means to conquer the gates of hell. Visit the Grotto of Pan and the site of pagan worship. Recognize the dangers the disciples faced at Ephesus. Learn the subtle differences between a Christian worldview and humanism and how to make a difference in today’s world. Comes with Leader’s Guide. 5 sessions, 2 hr. and 10 mins. video. Designed for use with the revised and expanded Discovery Guide , sold separately: WW79713.


271193: In the Dust of the Rabbi, Volume 6 (5 sessions) DVD, Revised In the Dust of the Rabbi, Volume 6 (5 sessions) DVD, RevisedFollow a rabbi, drink in his words, and be covered in the dust of his feet. So says an ancient Jewish proverb, encouraging disciples to follow right on the heels of their teacher. In this powerful DVD study, journey with Ray on-location to Israel and Turkey. Discover the first-century practice of a Jewish rabbi and his disciples (“talmidim”), and gain new insight into the message of Christ. Curriculum includes a DVD and a Leader’s Guide.

“Nothing has opened and illuminated the Scriptures for me quite like the Faith Lessons series.” – Dr. James Dobson

That the World May Know is a registered trademark of Focus on the Family and Faith Lessons is a trademark of Focus on the Family. All rights reserved.

This DVD is coded for all regions.

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