Continuing Lay Training, MNU introduce summer webinar series
Thursday, June 9, 2011
Global Ministry Center

Continuing Lay Training and MidAmerica Nazarene University announced the Summer 2011 Webinar Series this week.

This set of online instructional sessions is designed to inform lay people and pastors about how the Bible was formed, give an understanding of biblical history, and recommend Bible study tools.

MidAmerica’s Randy Cloud, New Testament and biblical Greek professor, and Jim Edlin, Old Testament and biblical Hebrew professor, will present the webinars.

The sessions begin at 7:00 p.m. (CDT) and last one hour.

The Summer 2011 Webinar Series includes:

June 23: Understand Bible History
Randy Cloud

The Bible is a collection of 66 books and contains one long story that traces God’s revelation and redemption plan. This webinar aims to increase confidence in understanding and telling the Bible’s story from Genesis to Revelation. Click here to register for this webinar.

July 21: How We Got Our Bible
Jim Edlin

This webinar addresses how the Bible that's read today transitioned from oral to written form, as well as the copying and translation processes. The session relates to How We Got Our Bible, the 2011 Continuing Lay Training denomination-wide study. For a sneak preview, click here to download the free leader’s guide and PowerPoint. Click here to register for this webinar.

August 18: Basic Bible Study Tools
Randy Cloud

This webinar identifies essential tools for all Bible study leaders; recommend commentaries, concordances, and Bible dictionaries; teach how to evaluate various Bible translations and study Bibles; and other suggestions of how to become more effective as a Bible study leader. Click here to register for this webinar.

After registering, individuals will receive an email with instructions to connect to the live webinar. The session can be viewed by one person or a church group. Viewers will have the opportunity to type in questions to the webinar leader and hear his responses.

For more information, contact CLT toll free at 888-243-2767 or by emailing
--Continuing Lay Training

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