Exodus, Part II
Virtual attendance for this Live Bible Study
lead by Madelon Maupin
September 29 - October 3, 2023
In October 2022, a lively group of Bible students from around the US gathered at the beautiful Cedars Camps in the Ozarks of Missouri to explore the first 18 chapters of Exodus. Guided by lecturer Madelon Maupin, they learned more about one of the Bible’s most dramatic stories: the Hebrew people being freed from enslavement in Egypt under the leadership of the great Moses.
Dates: September 29 - October 3, 2023
Location: Virtual Attendance (Cedars Camps, MO)
This fall (September 29–October 3, 2023), Madelon will continue an exploration of Exodus. But now the focus will be on the Law—the Law that God gave Moses on Mt. Sinai. These Ten Commandments are the moral precepts that have shaped civilization for the last 3,000 years.
We are on holy ground in these chapters, which beginning with Exodus 19 and end with Chapter 40, the conclusion of the book. Like the Israelites of old, we learn why the moral law is the natural partner of freedom. We see how the Hebrews begin to become a people who are guided by the power of the Law and who approach the core of the Torah itself. Through these chapters, we discover how to establish our own God-led community and how to navigate life’s many choices.
Read below for further details about how you can be part of this uplifting workshop where we Bible students can probe one of our greatest treasures: the Scriptures.
Consider asking your friends, family, church members,
or especially your Bible study group to also join and study with you.
You will get even more out of this study if you commit to do it with people you know.
Painting: Moses Breaking the Tablets
Registration is OPEN.
The Exodus Bible Study program will be presented simultaneously to both the live and remote audiences.
PLEASE NOTE: There are a limited number of seats still available for attending in-person. Please click <HERE> or on the button below for more information.
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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