Welcome to Together, Apart, a set of free, intergenerational resources for these strange times when we cannot be with each other.
Each week you’ll find Bible study ideas for all ways of learnings and all ages (not just ‘for the kiddies’). You can use them on your own, over Skype with friends, or on the sofa with your little ones and big ones.
Download the PDF (see below) and print as many of the pages as will suit your needs. There are also links to audio Bible readings from Bible Gateway. Check out the PDFs for other weeks, too.
NEW! I have started a YouTube channel of faith-and-science experiments you can do at home. The first few videos are live now. Here’s a link to one of the play lists.
The Reflectionary is free because I believe this stuff is important, but I’m self-employed and still need to make a living.
If you find these resources useful, please consider making a regular or one-off donation. Just £2 a month buys me a commentary in a year, (but due to high Paypal fees, it’s better to do it as £24 a year). A single donation of £15 buys fuel for a visit to my college library, or £45 covers my web hosting for these resources.
Click here to donate via Paypal. Or send Colin Firth with diamonds. (Blow the diamonds, just send Colin Firth!) But don’t worry if you can’t afford anything. You are very welcome to help yourself for free. Thank you for being part of the team.
Latest PDFs to download:
- [Click here to download the PDF for My Sheep Hear My Voice (John 10:1-10)]
- [Click here to download the PDF for Stay With Us (Luke 24:13-25)]
- [Click here to download the PDF for Peace Be With You (John 20:19-31)]
- [Click here to download the PDF for Easter Day (John 20)]
- [Click here to download the PDF for Palm Sunday]
- [Click here to download the PDF for Calming the Storm]
- [Click here to download the PDF for Psalm 23]
Be safe, dear friends,
(and let’s all remember to wash our hands)
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