Sunday, August 22, 2010 8:29 AM

Ariel.Org

Sunday, August 22, 2010 8:29 AM
Sunday, August 22, 2010 8:29 AM

Here is a ministry that has the best Bible studies that you could find anywhere. I recommend these to you in prayer.

Ariel Ministries invites you to Come and See ...and while you're at it, check out our Facebook! 

At the beginning of Yeshua's ministry, He invited His disciples to “come and see”. Today, Messiah's personal invitation extends beyond the pages of the Bible and into our daily lives. In fact, that invitation to “come and see” is right in front of you ... via internet.

We invite you to Come and See ... an online discipleship training program designed to provide students with a broad-based overview of critical theological subjects. “When studied systematically (in proper order), each Messianic Bible Study builds upon the previous concepts to lay a biblical foundation essential to the spiritual growth and maturity of the believer,” says Arlie Francis, executive director of Ariel Ministries. “A desired result of this systematic study is an increasing ability of the disciple to demonstrate with their lives and give witness through their words the truth of the transforming power of The Living Word of God.”

Each lesson by Dr. Arnold Fruchtenbaum is provided in written and audio form (manuscript, MP3, and Podcast). At the end of each study, the student takes a quiz and then moves on to the next lesson. But Francis sees above and beyond this self-paced Bible course an even bigger plan for students.

“We want to build a world-wide community of students working through this program together,” explains Francis. In fact, beginning August 23rd students will be able to take part in a Come and See Bible lesson on Facebook, complete with discussion board and plenty of student-teacher interaction. “Every week, students can print out the study and place it in a binder and follow along with us on Facebook.”

The time of completion is one year. And the best part ... it's absolutely free!

“Independently, students are welcome to work through the material at a pace convenient to their own personal time availability,” says Francis. “However, it is important to adhere to a disciplined approach and to ultimately finish the training.”

For more information, visit the Come and See Syllabus for details. Be sure and watch the two-part video of Francis giving a brief overview of what to expect from this amazing, Biblical online journey. For a complete listing of the lessons you'll study during the course, visit the Discipleship Training Schedule.

Shalom!

August 20, 2010

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