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“God once declared everything in the world ‘very good.’ Can you imagine it?” That’s the question behind Lisa Sharon Harper’s book The Very Good Gospel: How everything wrong can be made right. “Through careful exploration of the biblical text, particularly the first three chapters of Genesis… Harper shows us what ‘very good’ can look like today – in real time. Shalom is what God declared. Shalom is what the Kingdom of God looks like. Shalom is when all people are treated equitably and have enough. It’ when families are healed. It’s when churches, schools, and public policies protect human dignity. Shalom is when the image of God is recognized, protected, and cultivated in every single human. It is the vision of God set forth in the Garden and the restoration God desires for every broken relationship. Shalom is the ‘very good’ in the gospel.” (book back cover synopsis)

Sound interesting? Then join either the Monday night (7:30-9:00) or Wednesday morning (9:30-11:00) Bible Discussion for Daily Living group for the 8-week study of Harper’s book, The Very Good Gospel. Click the Zoom link for either the MONDAY or WED. BIBLE STUDY to join the discussion each week. The dates and assigned readings are as follows:

March 1/3Chapter 1 The Very Good Gospel
March 8/10Chapter 2 A Glimpse of Shalom
March 15/17 Chapter 3 Two Trees and the Fall
March 22/24Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Shalom with God
Shalom with Self
March 29/31Chapter 6
Chapter 7 
Shalom Between Genders
Shalom and Creation
April 5/7EASTER BREAK NO CLASSES
April 12/14 Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Shalom for Broken Families
Shalom and Race
April 19/21 Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Shalom Between Nations
Shalom and Witnessing Peace
April 26/28 Chapter 12
Conclusion
Shalom and Life…and Death…and Life

Paperback copies of the book are available at the church outside the Church Office and can be purchased for $13/book. It is also available as an e-book if you prefer to read books by electronic readers or tablets. For more information about the discussion please contact Pastor Wayne Zschech.