This is an interactive Bible study meant to help us all deepen our commitment to Christ and our relationships with one another! As you read and reflect on the Bible verses and material presented, we’ll also be asking you to participate in discussion forums, interactive quizzes, and online meetings. Participate as much or as little as you wish, but please know that we would all benefit from sharing ideas together!
A Bit of Background
The materials in this online Bible study have been adapted from a workshop prepared by the ministers and delivered for members at the Central church of Christ in Winnipeg, MB. Because we believe that we are stronger in Christ if we connect, study, and pray with each other, we are opening up this workshop to you!
To recognize the challenges and opportunities that COVID-19 brings, and how we can address them in order to live faithfully and lead our families during this pandemic.
Getting to Know You!
Now that we’ve introduced the course, we’d love to get to know each other!
Open this activity in a new window: https://flipgrid.com/3d9f3676
Please introduce yourself! Tell us your name, where you are from, and (if you want) a fun fact about yourself or your family.
Not sure how to use this activity? Watch this short tutorial or read below
- Click this link
- Enter your name and email
- Click on the green plus sign
- Add your video introduction
After you’ve recorded your introduction, you can come back to see who else has introduced themselves.
What’s Happening Here?
Our world is changing quickly – and perhaps we have been feeling the effects of these constant, rapid changes a little more deeply than ever before. Have you had to learn to follow arrows on the floors of grocery stores? Have you lost work? Have you had to learn to home-school while working from home? We have all been impacted in varying degrees and in varying ways by the pandemic measures.
Just for fun, let’s take a moment to find out how much you know about our ever-changing situation.
How did you do on that quiz? Remember, that was just for a bit of fun – but now, let’s ask a couple of more important questions. Please add your thoughts to the comment section below.
A quick reminder: This is meant to be a place of open conversation in a safe and respectful environment. We might not always agree on everything, but we can all speak to help and build each other up (Ephesians 4:29).
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