The panorama from the top of Sugarloaf Mountain is breathtaking. Blue meets blue as Lake Superior stretches out to kiss the horizon. Different platforms give magnificent views of the surrounding countryside–forest and hills and rugged rock. And as I sat on the edge, I was in awe of the beauty. I felt very, very small–and yet very much in tune with God and His creation.
A Bible study can feel like that. A group of friends gather around a table, drape over chairs, or flop on a floor to look at the Word from different perspectives.
Each sees what another might have missed.
Each shares another view.
Each reflects on what it might mean to tune in to God and one another.
Each suggests ideas on how to live out the faith in light of it all.
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