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Saturday, January 30, 2010

Weekend Update (2/1-7)

For BBC students, our class schedule for the week is outlined below. If you have any questions drop me an email. Otherwise, I'll see you in class!

This week’s schedule (the BOLD items are assignments that are due) :

The Church's Ministry:

M (2/1)
Lecture: Dr. Wilhite - Acts 1:12-2:1
W (2/3) -
Lecture: Dr. Wilhite - Acts 2:1-41
F (2/5) - Lecture: Dr. Wilhite - Acts 2:42-47

Biblical Foundations of Sports Ministry:

T (2/2)
Lecture: A Theology of Sports Ministry
Th (2/4)Lecture: A Theology of Sports Ministry
F (2/5) - The Reason for Sports Chapters 3-4:
Reading & Online Discussion Due

Dynamic Learning Experiences

T (2/2) Lecture: Interactive Learning Theory; Word Pictures
- Chapter 1
Th (2/4) -
Lecture: Interactive Learning Theory; Word Pictures - Chapter 2

Proverbs (online)

Week (2/1-7)Text & 2 Lectures Reading; Quiz; Discussions, Inventory, and
Proverbs Daily Reading - each day

Blessings
3 John 8
Bill H.

1 comment:

TheErbentrauts said...

Response 30 January, 2010
4 Who has gone up to heaven and come down?
Who has gathered up the wind in the hollow of his hands?
Who has wrapped up the waters in his cloak?
Who has established all the ends of the earth?
What is his name, and the name of his son?
Tell me if you know!
This reminds me of the book of Job. I think that the writer of this proverb was reminding the reader of the finiteness of man’s existence. Man thinks that he is in control but this proverb tells us that man is very small and quite weak to control the forces of nature. The writer also seems to be subtly suggesting that there is a power (God) that is in control of all things.
John Erbentraut