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Great Adventure Bible Study

What is the Great Adventure Bible Study?

"The Great Adventure" Bible Study Program is a series of Bible studies produced by Ascension Press and hosted on camera by Jeff Cavins. The Great Adventure approach to reading Scripture is ground-breaking, helping guide you through reading the Bible like never before. Each study presents the major people, places, and events of the Bible in a way which shows how the events of the Bible come together to reveal one remarkable, interconnected story of our Faith.  

The Great Adventure Bible studies (GABS) at Christ the Redeemer

The Great Adventure Bible studies group is open to new participants as a series is beginning. You're welcome to join for one session or more, whatever fits your schedule and comfort level! Sign up for a series if you want to learn how to read and understand the Bible in a way that brings a fresh perspective to the exciting but sometimes overwhelming text of Scripture. GABS wants to help you connect with the Bible in a way that is comfortable for you. All are welcome.

When in session, the GABS group meets weekly to watch an episode from a Great Adventure series. Each week begins with a large-group discussion before the video which is optional. 

 

When is the next study? 

On May 13, the Great Adventure group began a study on the Letter to the Hebrews. This particular study lasts eight weeks and is now closed to new registration. 

Do We Realize How Richly We've Been Blessed?

Embark on a guided tour of the "Holy of Holies" of biblical theology. The book of Hebrews is like a little Catechism. It is steeped in rich truths that are foundational to our Catholic Faith, but its highly refined theological concepts can be difficult for even the most seasoned Bible scholars to unpack. 

Presented by Andrew Swafford and Jeff Cavins, Hebrews: The New and Eternal Covenant draws out the riches of this sublime book in a way that makes them easier to understand. It draws connections between the Old and New Testaments, the Liturgy, the Eucharist, the priesthood, and so much more. Most importantly, Hebrews will help Catholics

appreciate the astounding generosity of God as they see the wonders he has given us in the Church.

Join the Hebrews Study

Thursdays, May 13 - July 15

9:00 am

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