What they Do
Reveal how the Bible storyline fits together
Consider the context of each story
Have fun and make it memorable
Tailor the level of each Event for the group
Inspire people to read the Bible
Produce practical Bible resources
There are 2 events, each a day long.
OT = Old Testament
NT = New Testament
Following the four major Events in Genesis 1-11 then the four major People in Genesis 11-50.
EXODUS – DEUTERONOMY
Considering the life of Moses, especially the importance of the Passover… as well as the lesser known structure of Leviticus and Deuteronomy.
OT3 Promised Land
JOSHUA – RUTH
Looking at the leadership of Joshua and the rescues brought through the Judges including Deborah, Gideon and Samson.
1 SAMUEL – 1 KINGS
Investigating Saul, David and Solomon then reflecting on the Divided Kingdom that follows, including Kings like Ahab and Hezekiah.
2 KINGS – MALACHI
Considering the impact of numerous invading armies on the people in Israel and Judah and seeing where the Prophets fit in.
WHO is Jesus?
Much happens between the OT and the NT. How does this affect the people of Israel and their wait for the Christ?
WHAT did Jesus do?
Jesus lived for over 30 years with two years of public ministry. How do people respond to Him?
WHY did Jesus die?
Both the religious leaders and the Roman authorities were involved. How does Jesus’ death and resurrection affect us today?
WHEN did Jesus’ church begin?
After Jesus returns to heaven He sends a helper to replace Him. How does that impact the church?
WHERE do Jesus’ disciples go?
Following Paul and his companions as they travel the world sharing the Gospel. But, what is the Gospel?