A series of seven studies called "Paul – A Man Changed Forever" is planned, taking us from Saul’s childhood, through his conversion and into the missionary trips and letters that comprised his ministry.
The studies commence with “Saul the Persecutor” on Tuesday 26th January at 7pm on www.youtube.com/HamiltonOld
Through scripture readings, prayer, poetry and drama we will bring some of Paul’s early years to life and consider the following questions –
Who was Saul?
Where do we first meet him in the bible?
How did the early Christian react to him?
You will have the opportunity to hear about Saul’s education and hear from his tutor. We also consider what life was like for the first Christians – how might Andrew and Peter have talked about Saul on a zoom call?? You may find it helpful to read Acts 7:54 – 8:4 in advance of the study, or you can tune in before the broadcast and hear it read for you.
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