A theology and practice discussion group in Bellingham, WA.
Have you ever wondered about how theology is practical for Christian life? Have you ever been puzzled about how some “Christian practices” seem to lack biblical foundation? If so, please join us starting Wednesday January 11 for “The Forge,” a bi-monthly discussion group aimed at developing discipleship by exploring the cohesiveness of Christian thought and practice. If you are interested, please fill out the form below, or call Rob @ 647-1686.
Our MO is as follows:
- We begin at 7PM with a 15-20 minute presentation.
- There follows open discussion.
- A break around 8 PM.
- In the second half we focus on implications and practice.
Schedule: Every other Wednesday 7-9 PM
Topic: Open discussion, bring a book you are reading or want to read if you want to share.
Location: Rob’s House
1707 Texas Street, Bellingham WA
call Rob @ 360 595 7287 if you get lost
Sunrise Club House
2121 Birch Circle, Bellingham
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