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The Bible Exploration for Lunch League is beginning a new study called “Starting Point” with speaker Andy Stanley.  This is a video & discussion series that clearly identifies the foundations of an adult Christian faith.  Everyone with interest in Christianity at any level is invited to join us.  Come to the Quarium on the 8th floor crossover of Wilson Hall on Tuesdays at noon, beginning May 1.  For more information see https://orgs.fnal.gov/bell/ or contact bellweb@fnal.gov.

An observance of the 67th annual National Day of Prayer will be held on Thursday, May 3, from 12-12:30 p.m. in the Racetrack conference room on Wilson Hall’s 7th floor crossover. All are welcome to attend. For more information see http://orgs.fnal.gov/bell/ndop2018.html or contact bellweb@fnal.gov. Organized by the Bible Exploration for Lunch League.

The Bible Exploration for Lunch League plans to begin a new video series, “That The World May Know” Volume 13 with Ray Vanderlaan.  The volume is called “Israel’s Mission” and it is set in Israel and Jordan.  All are welcome to join us on Tuesdays at noon in the Quarium on Wilson Hall’s 8th floor crossover.  For more information see https://orgs.fnal.gov/bell/ or contact bellweb@fnal.gov.

The Bible Exploration for Lunch League invites you to join us in viewing the documentary video “Revolutionary: Michael Behe and the Mystery of Molecular Machines” (http://revolutionarybehe.com) the next two Tuesdays at noon.  On March 13 we meet in the Woodshed on Wilson Hall’s 7th floor crossover to watch the first half, and on March 20 we meet in the Quarium on the 8th floor crossover to watch the second half.  For more information see https://orgs.fnal.gov/bell or contact bellweb@fnal.gov.

The Bible Exploration for Lunch League is moving their meetings back to Tuesdays at noon for 2018.  On January 9 we will begin a new study using Ray Vanderlaan’s “That The World May Know” series volume 12, Walking with God in the Desert. All are welcome to join us in the Woodshed on the crossover of Wilson Hall’s 7th floor. For more information see https://orgs.fnal.gov/bell/ or contact bellweb@fnal.gov.

The Bible Exploration for Lunch League plans to start a new DVD/Bible study at noon on Thursday, September 7, called “Gospel in Life: Grace Changes Everything” by Timothy J. Keller.  The DVD package describes it as “an intensive eight-session course on the gospel and how it is lived out in all of life — first in your heart, then in your community, and then out into the world.”  All are welcome to join us in the Quarium on Wilson Hall’s…

The Bible Exploration for Lunch League is beginning a new DVD/Bible study called  Jesus Revealed: Encountering the Authentic Jesus on Thursday, May 25.  We meet at noon in the Quarium in the southwest corner of Wilson Hall’s 8th floor.  All our welcome to join us.  For more information see http://orgs.fnal.gov/bell/ or contact bellweb@fnal.gov.

An observance of the 66th annual National Day of Prayer will be held on Thursday, May 4, from 12-12:30 p.m. in the Racetrack conference room on Wilson Hall’s 7th floor crossover. All are welcome to attend. For more information see http://orgs.fnal.gov/bell/ndop2017.html or contact bellweb@fnal.gov. Organized by the Bible Exploration for Lunch League.

The Bible Exploration for Lunch League plans to begin a new 6-part video study entitled “People of Faith: Christianity in America” on Thursday, April 6.   The video is the story of how Christianity shaped life in the United States.  All are welcome to join us Thursdays at noon in the Quarium in the southwest corner of Wilson Hall’s 8th floor.  For more information see http://orgs.fnal.gov/bell or contact bellweb@fnal.gov.

The Bible Exploration for Lunch League is beginning a new video series on Thursday, February 16: Volume 11 of “That The World May Know” faith lessons set in Israel.  The title of this volume is “The Path to the Cross.”  Meetings are at noon in the Quarium on the 8th floor of Wilson Hall, southwest corner.  All are welcome to join.  For more information see http://orgs.fnal.gov/bell/ or contact bellweb@fnal.gov.