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Live Webcast: All Things to All People

February 6, 2014

How to Be All Things to All People

Vertical Thought  Bible Study

Paul wrote that he had become all things to all people, so that he might win some (1 Corinthians 9:19-22, paraphrased). What does it mean to be “all things to all people?” While Paul had a specific purpose in this verse—preaching the gospel for salvation—this concept is vital in all interactions with others. The Bible discusses various scenarios about “winning” (making progress) in different relationships and provides instruction on the importance of becoming “all things to all people.”

Join us on Friday night, February 7, at 8 p.m. EST for the next Vertical Thought Bible Class (VTBC) where instructor Matthew Fenchel will discuss how becoming “all things to all people” is an important component in all of our human relationships. This live webcast will originate from the Ambassador Bible Center lecture hall in the home office of the United Church of God in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Vertical Thought Bible Class is produced especially for teens, young adults and “young” adults of all ages. Just go to verticalthought.org and click on “Live Bible Class.” Note: please share this announcement with others who might be interested and download the handout that will be posted by start time on the website.

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Randy Stiver—Managing Editor, Vertical Thought

February 6, 2014 - Posted by | Ambassador Bible Center, Vertical Thought | , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. i like this topic. this is something useful no matter what your age is, I hope at least the audio will be recorded so those of us still getting home on the west coast can hear it.

    Comment by Karin Halvorson | February 6, 2014 | Reply


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