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Bible studies

How to write and lead a participatory Bible study

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From: Reveal toolkit: Awareness-raising

Tools that help to raise awareness of an issue, often with the aim of changing harmful values, beliefs and behaviours

The purpose of participatory Bible study is to encourage a group to discuss a passage of scripture together, to reveal what it says to us, to hear from God and to take action. This tool can be used to help prepare a study from any Bible passage for a small discussion group.

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