Wesley Weekly #3: Punning Out Of Steam?

We’re number pun!

Welcome back to Wesley Weekly! You might be asking “are we pun yet?” in regards to the puns, and our answer to you is we’re punstoppable!

What You May Have Missed…

Last week, we continued our discussion about doubt and how it related to the Bible. The discussion revolved around the New Testament, how it was assembled over many years at different councils by humans, and how this could impact the way we can look at the Bible. What do you think about this? Leave us a comment below!

This Week

This week, we are once again meeting on Thursday night over Zoom! We will be continuing in our discussion about the reliability of the Bible. If you are interested in joining us, please let us know! Send us an email, leave a comment, or send us a message here!

Prayers and Concerns

Continued wishes of good luck for students during their studies!

đź•Š Is there something you’d like us to pray for or keep in our thoughts? Send us a message and we’ll put it in next week’s issue of Wesley Weekly. đź•Š

Student Thoughts

The Comment Rebecca Gackler

She’s my supervisor
So I didn’t speak up.

She might have gotten mad
So I didn’t speak up.

It was just a passing moment
So I didn’t speak up.

She was in a hurry
So I didn’t speak up.

She wouldn’t have understood
So I didn’t speak up.

She didn’t want to understand
So I didn’t speak up.

It wasn’t about me
So I didn’t speak up.

I didn’t know what to say
So I didn’t speak up.

What she said was disrespectful
So I should have spoken up.

What people say matters
So next time I’ll speak up.

Thank you again to our extremely talented Rebecca Gackler for another awesome writing piece!
Do you have something you would like to submit? Let us know! It doesn’t have to be religious focused, we would love to put anything out there!

That’s all for this week’s edition of Wesley Weekly! Don’t forget to like and follow our Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter pages so you’ll never miss out!

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