Exodus Part 1: Liberation from Bondage
Bible Study With Madelon Maupin
October 6-10, 2022
Exodus, the second book of the Pentateuch, gets its name from the Greek word for "departure," because its central theme is the departure of the Israelites from Egypt, and it is a continuation from where the Book of Genesis leaves off. It is fundamental for Christian moral teachings.
“And there was a Cry in Egypt”, Arthur Hacker (1858-1919)
Dates: October 6 – 10, 2022
Location: Cedars Camps, near Lebanon MO
This in-depth Bible Study will be Exodus, Part I: Liberation from Bondage and it will focus on chapters 1-19. Exodus continues the mega themes introduced in Genesis. These include, as a small reference example, God's covenant with Abraham, Israel acting as the special community to be God’s witness in the world, and of the promise of deliverance and salvation this implies, and the many near misses when this promise seems so at risk.
The first nineteen chapters of Exodus act as a prologue for the laws and commandments to come, looking back at God’s deliverance of His people from Egyptian slavery.
Note: The last half of Exodus (chapters 20-40) is about how the people respond to this deliverance and God’s expectations for His people. This will all be covered in another Bible study titled Exodus Part II: The Law (chapters 20-40) and will be delivered LIVE in 2023.
Please join us in person or virtually to study the powerful events of Exodus that continue to affect our lives today.
IN-PERSON event price:
$550-$875/person - Depending on housing accommodations.
Travel are transportation are separate.
VIRTUAL event price $325
Registrations are open now.
The Exodus program will be presented both live and also virtually for those who can not attend the event in person.
Select the option for Fall Bible Study.
About the Presenter
Madelon Maupin, MTS, grew up in Tulsa OK, graduated from Principia College with a BA in Biblical studies, and later from San Francisco Theological Seminary, with a Masters of Theological Studies with a focus on Biblical Studies. She served as Cultural Historian for Princess Cruises for their trips to the Mediterranean and Middle East.
Madelon had an extensive business career, working in the newspaper industry, including for The Christian Science Monitor. She eventually had a leadership consulting firm in Los Angeles for 20 years, working with Fortune 100 companies.
In 2012 Madelon started BibleRoads, a Biblical education company for spiritual seekers, providing Bible talks, CD’s, workbooks and video and online courses for individual or group study. In 2020 Madelon's team became the BibleRoads Biblical Community membershp that provides monthly webinars such as the current program, "Paul's Letters and Journeys." Madelon lives in Scottsdale, Arizona, while continuing to be active in her church of many years in Newport Beach, CA, from where she recently moved.
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