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The Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan, 2015

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WHAT IS

THE BIBLICAL WILD?

The Biblical Wild is an interactive bible study for individuals, small groups, neighborhoods, and congregations where we will journey into the wilds of Holy Scripture through daily readings of the Old Testament and Psalms and weekly video reflections presented by the Rt. Rev. Todd Ousley, former bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Eastern Michigan.

 

 

Click here to start from the beginning.

DEVOTIONAL SCHEDULE:

The Biblical Wild involves a daily reading of scripture. In the first year, it covers all of the Old Testament and the Psalms. Click on the links below to download sample reading schedules.

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October 20, 2016

New Testament Week XLII

As we study the letter to Hebrew’s we consider it as a sermon, delivered by a preacher in conversation with the congregation. 

Questions -

1 - How does God speak to you?

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October 12, 2016

New Testament Week XLI

This week on The Biblical Wild, we’re looking at Philemon, the shortest of Paul’s epistles - a reminder that true Christian life is one of unity and love rather than boundaries and division.

Questions -

1 - What boundaries need to be erased in your life?

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October 5, 2016

New Testament Week XXXX

This week, Paul writes from prison and we think about challenges we face in our own faith journeys.

Questions -

1 - What challenges do you face in keeping the faith?

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September 27, 2016

New Testament Week XXXIX

On this week’s Biblical Wild we visit Grace Episcopal Church in Port Huron to talk things gone bad. 

Questions -

1 - What good has gone wrong within you?

2 - What are you going to do about it?

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September 21, 2016

New Testament Week XXXVIII

Unlike the common Christian understanding of Paul as opinionated, angry, and charged, I Thessalonians paints a different picture.

Questions -

1 - How have you been transformed by sharing the Good News?

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September 14, 2016

New Testament Week XXXVII

Are you so heavenly minded that you’re no earthly good? Does your spiritual life translate into practical application? Jump in to this week’s Biblical Wild to tackle these questions.

Questions -

1 - How do you clothe yourself with love?

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September 7, 2016

New Testament Week XXXVI

While exploring Paul’s letter to the Philippians, Bishop Ousley hangs out at the South Branch post office. Fun fact: we almost got kicked out. Enjoy!

Questions -

1 - When have you experienced presence in the midst of absence?

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August 31, 2016

New Testament Week XXXV

In this week’s episode of The Biblical Wild, Bishop Ousley talks us through Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians, a letter that takes on a slightly different focus than what we’re used to.

Questions -

1 - What does it feel like to rise from the dead?

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August 24, 2016

New Testament Week XXXIV

This week as we consider Paul’s letter to the Galatians, the Bishop asks us to confront our understanding of our own success and failure - our own doing or God’s initiative? 

Questions -

1 - How does God’s grace move you to faith and acts of love?

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August 18, 2016

New Testament Week XXXIII

As we come to the end of II Corinthians, Paul once again deals with issues of boasting, especially around the place of Jesus Christ in our lives. 

Questions -

1 - What boasts can we make about the power of Christ in our lives?

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