Seven years into our marriage, my husband and I have lived in four different states.
We’ve been a part of five churches in that time, and had plenty of in-between, “church-seeking seasons”, too.
With so many seasons of transition, participation in Bible study has looked a little different for me.
Thankfully, God’s Word isn’t bound to a specific location.
We live in a digital age where, “two or more can gather in His name,” even while we are hundreds of miles apart.
The internet and cell phones have helped me survive our many moves by:
- Strengthening my relationships with long-distance loved ones.
- Enabling me to learn from other Christians I’ve never met in person.
- Building my understanding of the body of Christ as global and eternal.
Over the years, my faith has grown as I have studied the Word of God with others, even though we were miles apart.
If you find yourself in a similar season of life, join me over at Living By Design where I’m sharing several ways to grow your faith and fellowship with other Christians through long-distance Bible study.
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