So how on earth can Genesis be relevant to us?
The Old Testament can sometimes seem rather strange to us, particularly the book of Genesis with its seemingly bizarre and off-putting stories. The role of this very first book of the Bible, however, is to teach us foundational truths about both the nature of the world in which we live and the nature of God’s rescue plan for it. During this series we will study Genesis through the key characters presented within it and seek to understand what God has to say to us today through this ancient book and its relevance to our everyday lives.
|4 January||Adam and Eve||Genesis 1-3||Carolyn Lucas|
|11 January||Cain and Abel||Genesis 4-5||Katy Loffman|
|18 January||Noah||Genesis 6-10||Pete Everett|
|25 January||Abraham and Sarah||Genesis 11-25||Ruth Henson|
|1 February||Isaac and Rebecca||Genesis 24-28||Tom Collins|
|8 February||Jacob and Esau||Genesis 25-36||Stephen Kuhrt|
|15 February||Joseph||Genesis 37-50||Andy Black|
|22 February||So what has Genesis got to say to the 9.30 service?||Carolyn Lucas|