We will continue to offer discipleship and accountability to all members and future members of the Forge. It is our desire to engage in, and offer, Biblical discipleship to all men who seek after God with all of their heart (Jeremiah 29:13). We expect that anyone engaging in activities with the Forge, whether in person or through any form of correspondence, will continue to maintain the highest levels of confidentiality. Only through trust can we expect to safely confide and confess in one another (James 5:16).
Double Up Reader is a series of plans that read through multiple books in a fixed amount of time. Typically one book will is read once another will be read twice and a third will be read 4 times during this time period. A mid week study focused on the book being read four times is recommended. Daily discussion concerning all three readings in the reading group is encouraged. This series will read through Psalms once Proverbs twice and John 4 times in 12 weeks
Are you mentoring someone along the Path to Spiritual Maturity? This is a place for interaction on how best to help disciple others in their journey. You can post your suggestions or comments here and we can interact and help one another out in pointing people to pursuing Christ above all else.
Refuge Addictions Group
A place for Refuge members can meet and share their daily experience, share their victorys and struggles and prayer request.
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I thought this would be the perfect place to begin a Bible study group, using the NET Bible and associated resources as a text. Since posts on this site automatically link to the NET Bible, it makes it very easy to discuss Bible passages, using examples from a common Bible translation. Of course, we could also compare the NET Bible's renderings of certain passages with other translations available online. But it would be good to have some common ground to begin with.