Precept Bible study begins Jan. 10 at Bethel

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By The Staff

Certified by Precept Ministries International, Carol Freeman will be leading the eight-week study of Romans-Part Three.

Classes begin on Thursday, Jan. 10 and continue through Feb. 28. Times are 1 to 3 p.m. or 7 to 9 p.m. The location is Bethel First Presbyterian Church, 502 E. Main St. in Campbellsville.

Cost of the class is $23 for the workbook and materials. For additional information or to register, call Freeman at 465-8042 by Thursday, Jan. 3.

Participants need not have taken Romans Part One or Part Two to enroll in the study. Each study stands alone. It would be helpful, however, that the participants read the book of Romans to have the context of the book in mind.

"Precept Ministries is a ministry raised up by God for the sole purpose of establishing people in God's Word as that which produces reverence for him. It serves as an arm of the church without respect to denomination. God has led Precept Ministries to reach across denominational lines without in any way compromising the truths of God's inerrant word. Believing that the word has been verbally inspired and given to man as all that is necessary for a man of God to be mature and thoroughly equipped for every good work of life, this ministry does not seek to impose upon others its personal doctrines, but rather to direct them to the Master himself, who is able by his Spirit to lead and to guide them into all truth through systemic study of his word."

Jack Arthur and his wife, Kay, founded Precept Ministries in 1970. Kay Arthur is the author of the "Precept Upon Precept" and "In & Out Bible Study Series." From her years of diligent study and teaching experience, Kay Arthur has developed these unique, inductive courses.

Precept studies are classroom-style with the first half of the class devoted to leader and student interaction. Participants with questions or comments about the weekly studies will have an opportunity to discuss them during the first half of the class. The second half of the class will consist of a 45-minute video of Kay Arthur teaching on the current week's lesson.

The community is invited to attend.