I’ve heard from many of you on the repetitive personal questions of the study of Romans. I have noticed this as well.
I suggested a while back that Bible Study Fellowship shorten the study of Romans into a semester long course and then add on other smaller books for the rest of the year such as Galatians and Colossians.
I’ve dubbed this study idea of mine: The Letters of Paul.
This is an informal poll. Do you like this idea? Now that we’re almost half-way through the study of Romans, what are your thoughts on the study, the questions, lecture, notes, etc? I always love to gauge your opinion on the study at about this time. Do you like it? Is it challenging? Are the questions just right? Too hard? Too easy? Have you learned a lot? Is BSF worth your time and energy?
Please try to be reflective of the study itself, not BSF as a whole. Also, just being with God, we’ve all grown closer to Him. Try to focus here on this study compared to other studies you may have done on the Bible.
Please leave a comment below or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I look forward to your ideas, comments, & suggestions.
As suggested by a reader, I am posing this question. If you have a suggestion, please post your comment below. This may help Bible Study Fellowship and leaders spread the Good News to many more.
If you don’t have a suggestion for an improvement, you may also list problems you find as well. Through prayer, God will provide the solutions. However, please keep it positive criticism. Complaining will do no one any good.
My suggestions: Since Day 1, I’m been a proponent of online BSF groups. There are so many who cannot attend classes but who have internet and would love to have an online community to study the Word. Notes should be online. Lectures should be online. We can’t make them all due to life circumstances, illness, etc. It would be nice to not feel like you are not missing out.
Replace the hymns with modern Christian music. I guarantee BSF would grow 10 fold. Keep the classics as well, but mix it up a bit.
One that’s not quite so tangible: loosen up a bit. Sometimes I feel like BSF is too serious. Decorum must be followed, yes. But a little fun and laughter never hurt anyone. I feel like the leaders and admin team are so afraid of saying something not politically correct or of offending someone that they have walls around them that make them seem stuffy.
Bible study in general has an air about it of being boring (and it often is). Add some fun and you’ll add people (and kids)!
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Thanks in advance and God Bless!