5a) The Homiletics Seminar made dissecting the Bible not such a daunting task. I feel like when I read the Bible I understand more just from mere practice of doing it every day. Personal Quiet Time emphasized the importance of daily time with God to nurture the soul. I plan to continue reading the Bible daily and listening to God speak to me through His word. Through BSF it’s become a habit so I plan to continue this in the coming months.
b) This has already impacted my writing. Ideas have flowed into my work and through typing all this out I have become a better writer. Again, more practice makes perfect. I hope one day my work will glorify God. I know I’m a better person because of this study. I am a gentler person as I strive to be more Christ-like. I think this also impacts my community by the mere act of me interacting with others in it.
Conclusions: I wish I could have attended more seminars but I didn’t have the childcare. The seminars definitely add to BSF and are great tools to expand your growth. I hope to do more in the future. I hope I reflect God’s glory more now in my every day life than I did before.