This was the Bible study lesson that I prepared for 21 October 2018.
This was the Bible study lesson that I prepared for 23 September 2018.
Do we have free-will?
This gets asked time and again. “Free will” here doesn’t refer to the power of choice, such as choosing a burger or chicken nuggets, but rather the issue if humankind has the power to choose God/salvation. Let’s review what Scripture has to say on the matter.
This was the Bible study lesson that I prepared for 02 September 2018.
1) Do you know the size of the ship?
“And this is how you shall make it: The length of the ark shall be three hundred cubits, its width fifty cubits, and its height thirty cubits.”.
This was the Bible study lesson that I prepared on 24 June 2018. The topic was called: “Why did Jesus come?”
Dear Brynn Tannehill,
I recently read your article: “Churches Could Learn A Lot From Medieval Reenactors” posted on 21 Feb 2017. (The article is linked here in PDF form just in case the link moves in the future)
Since I am a member of the SCA, a Christian of 9 years, Sunday School teacher, and Air Force veteran (since you said you were a Naval Aviator), I thought I could clarify some things from the article. I write this to you out of brotherly love to you, and out of a genuine desire to teach the Gospel. First off, thank you for supporting the Society for Creative Anacronism (SCA)! I am only a member and therefore do not represent the diverse and welcoming culture of the SCA, but I can tell you that I love being a part of the society and as you have stated, there are great things that modern people can learn from medieval times.