I am working on consolidating all my biblical studies on one site called Training Jesus Followers.

The site will primarily be comprised of 13 week Bible studies written over the last few years. I began with Decoding the Apocalypse: What the Left Behind Folks Never Told You to coincide with the release of the #LeftBehindMovie that was released the first weekend of October 2014.

In addition to the new website, there is a Facebook Page that you can “Like” and keep up with all the latest news about the new Bible studies as they become available.

You can also download a FREE eBook entitled Living Under God’s Ruler in Your Life. You can sign up to receive you FREE copy here.

Go ahead and look around and get involved. I think you will enjoy the studies.

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by drwinn on October 14, 2014

in Bible,DrWinn's Guides,Miscellaneous,New Testament,Old Testament

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