Some folks on social media are writing about being bored because of staying in during the Covid-19 pandemic. Not so with me. I love being in my study, but I do have limited time to do so due to other family considerations.
Yesterday we participated in some church streaming sites. Enjoyed all of Leon Mauldin’s lesson on YouTube from the Hanceville Church of Christ.
Also enjoyed the first of two lessons by Dr. Charles Savelle on Mark 15 under the title But Sunday’s Coming here.
Also enjoyed watching some of Searching for a King from AppianMedia.org. Enjoyed the interview with Dr. Scott Stripling at Shiloh and seeing Barry Britnell and Jeremy DeHut at work. This material may be available to you on Amazon Prime.
We also watched the lesson by Dr. Carl Rasmussen dealing with the United and Divided Kingdom periods in the Encountering the Holy Land series of videos. This morning a newsletter from Carl says that the complete set of these videos are available for 50% off through April 3rd. To access the DVD check Zondervan. To access the streaming resource see here. Atlases are also on sale at Zondervan. If you would like to sign up for Carl’s Holy Land Photos newsletter go here. The deep discount did not show on Amazon when I checked.
We have recently mentioned on Facebook that Dr. Wayne Stiles is offering three videos on The Week That Changed the World free of charge. Go to the Walking the Bible Lands web site here.
Good picture of Elizabeth Loved your tips to avoid boredom during these times. Laurel Sent from my iPhone
You should post a photo of your study! I bet it’s an amazing collection of books!
Thanks for this helpful information!🙏😊
As soon as I published my post I went to Facebook to include a notice. There I saw a note by Barry Britnell telling about the Appian Media podcast that he was doing with Dan Kingsley. Wonderful presentation about the Cove of the Sower. Check https://podcasts.appianmedia.org/?fbclid=IwAR3ZOpnABX5qauvxZoHecjZC3rpHOuAr-nE_hfVQWHSm7l8jCzpJDPBvW9Y