After the success of his course last year, Catholic speaker Mauro Iannicelli, will be running another Bible Timeline Course with live talks, commencing Monday 30th September from 7pm-9.15pm, at St Patrick's Church in Soho Square.
The course consists of 13 sessions every other Monday at 7pm.
The course employs the Bible Timeline Chart and teaching methodology developed by Jeff Cavins. The Bible Timeline Chart divides the whole Bible into '12 periods' which act like chapters in Salvation History, helping those attending the course to grasp the key stages and the big picture of the Bible.
Rebecca, who took the course last year, said: "Congratulations Mauro on what was an exceptionally well prepared and delivered course. It has not only aided in my understanding of the Bible but also strengthened my relationship with God in a new way. I worried about attending a two hour session following a long day at work, but your talks and delivery of each topic kept me engaged throughout (and very well entertained with your humour)... The notes you provide after each session have also been extremely helpful too. There is so much more I can say, from the amazing socials, to making new friends, to grasping some very difficult concepts through group discussions-so many fruits from this. I pray that your ministry may continue to flourish and that the bible timeline course can reach and touch others as it has done me. God bless xx."
The first three sessions are free. This way you can see if this course is for you.
To purchase the DVD sets of The Bible Timeline Learning System or other Catholic Bible Studies by Jeff Cavins (Ascension Press), see: https://ascensionpress.com/pages/the-great-adventure
There will be social time at a nearby pub after each session.
This course is run by Mauro's Catholic evangelisation 'Come & See' ministry.
This first introductory session will be repeated on Monday 7 October @7pm, to enable more people to join the course.
For further course information see: www.comeandsee.uk.net or email Mauro Iannicelli at [email protected] or call 07717468441(also Whatsapp).
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