Countdown to Christmas Bible Study

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If you’ve hung around A Little R & R for a few years, you know that I host an Advent Bible study every year.

And I love that Bible study so much.

But this year I’d like to change things up a bit. It’s 2021 after all — so why not. Right?

Announcement for new Bible Study

One of things I ponder every Christmas is how connected Christmas and Easter really are.

If Jesus had only come and lived among us, without redeeming us through His death, burial, and resurrection, we’d still be lost in our sin without hope in this world.

But, his sacrifice couldn’t redeem us without Him being born the miraculous birth of a virgin, with His father being God Himself.

If he hadn’t been 100% God and 100% man, His sacrifice wouldn’t have had the power to redeem us.

We have to have Christmas to have Easter, and we have to have Easter for Christmas to have meaning.

Amazing, isn’t it?

Countdown to Christmas Bible Study

This year, we’re going to read through the book of Luke, one chapter a day from November 29th – December 30th. And I want to invite you to join me for this special Countdown to Christmas Bible Study.

You can join the following groups on Facebook and MeWe

What do you need?

You can either order the Luke workbook from Amazon, or you can visit this post on Good Morning Girls to grab the free workbook (note: the free workbook is just a SOAK journal without all of the extras).

When will the study begin?

Monday November 29.

Please feel free to invite your girlfriends to join us as we countdown to Christmas by reading and studying the life of Jesus as we prepare our hearts to celebrate His birth.

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