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1 Workshop for Leaders God's Promise FA 1.qxp_Layout 1 3/29/18 12:30 PM Page 2 G o d ’ s u o Y h t i w m A I : e s i m o r P 2018–2019 Presbyterian Women/ Horizons Bible Study by Amy Poling Sutherlun Workshop for Leaders By Amy Poling Sutherlun n s Bible Welcome to the 2018–2019 Presbyterian Women/ o r i z o H o d ’ s P r o m i s e : G study, I A m w i t h Y o u . In nine lessons, this study traces God’s recurring promise of presence from Genesis through the Gospels—from the beginning to the end of the age. God’s “I am with you” promise is spoken in varied circumstances and to many different people throughout scripture. Some instances may be quite familiar, while others might surprise you. roughout this study, participants will reflect on how the promise of God’s presence speaks beyond the pages of the Bible, to their own circumstances. Individually and as a community, we will be encouraged to both see and seek God’s presence with us in the extraordinary and the ordinary experiences of our lives. The author of Hebrews asserts, God “has said, ‘I will never leave you or forsake you’” (Heb. 13:5). This study will confirm that God has, indeed, made and kept that very promise, again and again. Begin the Workshop Welcome participants to the PW/ Horizons Bible study, God’s , the Bible study written by Presbyterian Promise: I Am with You women for Presbyterian Women. Introduce yourself and encourage participants to meet one another as they gather. God’s “I will be with you” promise is very Open by praying a psalm. often accompanied by the reassurance, “I will never leave you or forsake you.” Similarly, each lesson of the study begins with an excerpt O God who draws near to us, from a psalm that reminds us that God does not forsake us. Where can I go from your spirit? Or where can I flee from your To begin the workshop, invite participants to pray with you as you presence? read from Psalm 139 (vv. 7–10), the psalm used in Lesson One (right). If I ascend to heaven, you are there; if I make my bed in Sheol, you Introductions are there. Invite participants to introduce themselves to the group. If I take the wings of the morning Ask each person to share: and settle at the farthest limits of the sea, • Their name even there your hand shall lead me, • Who they plan to do this study with (Or, why they are and your right hand shall hold participating in this workshop) me fast.

2 Workshop for Leaders God's Promise FA 1.qxp_Layout 1 3/29/18 12:30 PM Page 3 • What comes to mind when they hear Hebrews passages from multiple books of the Bible in 13:5, “[God] has said, ‘I will never leave you or each lesson. forsake you’”? Where in scripture do they recall Direct participants’ attention to the psalm that God saying that, or speaking the words “I am begins this and each lesson; the psalms remind with you” or “I will be with you”? us that God does not forsake us. The reading or Encourage participants to think broadly about praying of the psalms is intended to be a centering times in the Bible that God’s presence was experience for groups and individuals as they promised to or experienced by God’s people. This start the lesson. (If leaders are going to use a question is not intended to put them on the spot or Christ candle, they can light one after they read force the recitation of specific biblical quotations, the psalm.) but rather to encourage them to reflect on the Point out that, throughout the text of the study, frequency of God’s promise of presence. there are fill-in-the-blank quotations. Some s r Introduce the G o d e ’ i P s authors and artists. o m people really like this format when doing Bible Biographies of the author, Amy Poling Sutherlun; study; others really do not. Amy has incorporated the Suggestions for Leaders writer, Brenda them as a method of encouraging readers to Bertrand; and the artists, He Qi and Annette Cable, actively engage in Bible study by asking readers to are on page 3 of the study book. Read these open their own Bibles and look closely at the text, biographies to the group. rather than just passively reading what she wrote about it. She has used the New Revised Standard Introduce the Bible study. When tasked with Version of the Bible for the quotations, but writing a Bible study on God’s “I am with you” participants may choose the translation they most promise, Amy Sutherlun began by researching all enjoy. These fill-in-the-blank quotations are more the places and times in the Bible that God spoke than just rote copying. Participants may consider that promise (and the future-tense version, “I will looking up the scriptures and filling in the blanks be with you”). She then narrowed her selection as a way of claiming the promises, of bringing down to focus on 18 different scripture passages in them from the page of the Bible to their own which God speaks God’s promise to 10 individuals page. Engaging in this process allows them as well as to groups of people (for instance, the to make their own discoveries about God’s word, Israelites and Jesus’ disciples). As a result, this is not hope participants Horizons which Amy and PW/ an exhaustive study of any particular book of the will find meaningful. Bible, but, rather, a thematic journey that highlights the scope and recurrence of God’s most repeated There are also numerous open-ended discussion promise. This journey will take us through the Old questions in each lesson to prompt deeper Testament stories and into the New Testament reflection and to encourage readers to make Gospel accounts. connections between the biblical story and their own lives and stories. Because God’s promise of Introduce the study book and resources. Ask presence is a personal promise, spoken not only participants to open their books to Lesson One on then, but now, to us, as we study the biblical page 11. The focus and primary scriptures can be story, we will also be learning to tell our story, found at the beginning of each lesson, which is throughout which God is equally present. For this helpful since we will find ourselves studying 2

3 Workshop for Leaders God's Promise FA 1.qxp_Layout 1 3/29/18 12:30 PM Page 4 so that it includes a limitation, “Does anyone have o G d ’ s P o m i e n i l e m i t e s r a one- or two-sentence summary of their own experience of this?”; utilizing the “pair-share” • Theme chosen: February 2014 method mentioned above and specifying that • Author chosen: February 2015 participants have two minutes to share with the • Field tested: Fall 2016 person next to them, then sticking to that by • Revised/rewritten/final draft: calling the group back together promptly; gently January–August 2017 interrupting a lengthy story with appreciation, “I’m so grateful for your willingness to share your • Published: March 2018 experience/story/insight and for the part we’ve gotten to hear, but I also want to be mindful of reason, some of the questions you and the our time and wonder whether anyone else would participants encounter will be intentionally like to share before we return to the next part personal, for individual reflection and not, perhaps, of our study.” for group discussion. Remind leaders participating God’s Promise , As you make your way through in this workshop to allow participants to opt out you may notice that none of the biblical stories on of sharing if participants prefer. Now is a good time which Amy focuses are stories in which the main to pause and ask workshop participants to share character is a woman. This may seem strange strategies or suggestions for both inviting and since this is a study written by women for women. guiding the sharing of personal stories during The reason is that, while she was not intentionally a group Bible study. exclusionary, she was intentional in selecting passages where God or God’s agent actually spoke • How do you encourage study participants to share the promise “I am with you” or “I will be with you.” personal reflections that connect the biblical story It turns out that, in the Bible, the promise is directly Ideas include: Modeling to their own life? spoken to men (or to groups that include both men relevant personal sharing yourself; inviting and women, such as the Israelite people), but is not participants to “pair-share,” turning to a person specifically spoken to the women who are named next to them to share an answer to a more and known in scripture. Of course, God’s promise personal question, with no pressure to report of presence is nonetheless a promise made to back to the whole group; asking participants women and fulfilled for women, both throughout whether anyone has a personal reflection to biblical history and in the present. To highlight share from their advance study time, or this point, “What About Her?” stories have been something that has come to mind since. Giving included in each lesson of the study. verbal permission for reflections to remain private helps create an atmosphere in which The study book also includes these helpful participants know that it is safe for them resources: to share when they are ready to do so. • A poster you can use to advertise your study group meetings • How do you guide a discussion back on track when personal sharing gets too lengthy or strays from the • “About the Suggestions for Leaders” and the topic? Ideas include: Phrasing the initial question “Suggestions for Leaders.” (Read “About the 3

4 Workshop for Leaders God's Promise FA 1.qxp_Layout 1 3/29/18 12:30 PM Page 5 Suggestions for Leaders” before you use each each small group. (If you have fewer than 15 groups, lesson’s “Suggestions for Leaders” to help you assign more than one passage to each group. You prepare to lead the study.) will want to have each passage assigned to someone in order to get a sense of the whole study and to • “About the Art,” which includes information complete the accompanying chart; participants can about James Qi He and his art complete the unassigned passages on their own after • The “Lesson Scope and Sequence” section, the workshop, if they desire.) which provides an overview of the titles, focus Ask each group to look up their assigned passage statements, and primary scripture references in the Bible and read it either silently or aloud, as for each lesson their group prefers. They should then answer the • “Things to Look for in this Study” questions in the box, based on their assigned passage. If a group has been assigned more than • Finally, an annotated bibliography, which can be one passage, they should answer the questions for found at the end of the study. (Amy has included each passage separately. (Photocopy and distribute God’s books that heavily informed both the handouts accordingly so that participants have Promise study and her own thinking about somewhere to record their answers.) God’s promise of presence. Some are very scholarly resources and others are more accessible Who? To whom is God’s presence promised? • and devotional in nature. Amy hopes they will be • When/Where? What is the context for the enjoyed by those looking for deeper and related promise? (Not so much the date and geographical study on the topic of God’s promise to be with us.) location, but the circumstances surrounding the Study s ’ d o G Explore the o i e r m P s speaking of the promise.) This portion of the Small-group Bible study. Write down the actual words of the • What? workshop will be a small-group Bible study promise. What does God, or God’s agent, say? through which participants will delve briefly into In what verse is it found? study, God’s Promise the passages used in the • Why? Why is it valuable that God’s promise is gaining an understanding of which stories will reiterated in these particular circumstances, or be addressed in the study and beginning to make to this (these) particular person(s)? Why do connections between the biblical promise of we care? What meaning does it have for us? God’s presence and God with us today. Reporting. When the small groups have Divide workshop participants into small groups completed their study and responded to the four of two or three. They will need: pen/pencil, Bibles, questions, they should prepare to report back to and copies of the two-sided handout accompanying the whole workshop group. Ask them to give a . Workshop for Leaders this brief summary of the who, when, what, why and On the first side of the handout, “Discovering the for their assigned passages. Promise,” there is a list of 15 scripture passages, nearly all of the key scripture passages in the God’s As other groups are reporting, instruct participants study, listed according to the lesson in Promise to fill in the “Mapping the Promise” chart, which they are found. Assign a scripture passage to including in each box a brief note about to whom 4

5 Workshop for Leaders God's Promise FA 1.qxp_Layout 1 3/29/18 12:30 PM Page 6 and when the promise is spoken in each passage. lead others in the study. It also provides a nice visual Point out to participants that this same handout representation of the scope and frequency of God’s can be used in the Bible studies they lead. They can promise of presence, from the beginning of the simply fill in the boxes as they move through the Bible to the end. lessons. This diagonal chart maps God’s promise from the beginning of the Old Testament (lower left Closing the Workshop corner) through the Gospels (upper right corner). Close the workshop by reading or singing the hymn “How Firm a Foundation” (GtG 463, PH 361), After all groups have reported back, Reflection. especially verses 1, 2, and 5, printed here. allow some time for the workshop participants to reflect. How firm a foundation, ye saints of the Lord, is laid for your faith in God's excellent Word! • Did you discover anything that surprised you? What more can be said than to you God hath said, • Which stories are you looking forward to to you who for refuge to Jesus have fled? studying in more depth? Why? “Fear not, I am with thee, O be not dismayed, for I am thy God, and will still give thee aid; Preparing Your Bibles I'll strengthen thee, help thee, and cause thee As an optional activity during the workshop (or a to stand, suggested activity at home), use Post-it® notes or upheld by my righteous, omnipotent hand. other removable labels to mark the God’s Promise “The soul that on Jesus hath leaned for repose, study passages in your own Bible(s). Suggest that I will not, I will not desert to its foes; leaders use the list of 15 passages on the handout that soul, though all hell should endeavor and label each passage by lesson number or biblical to shake, figure. This will allow you and the leaders to easily I'll never, no, never, no, never forsake.” find the passages as you study them yourselves and A gift for your gift to the Mission Pledge, PW’s annual fund Support the annual fund of Presbyterian Women, the Mission Pledge, with a minimum gift of $50 A and receive a z i n g G r a c e : H y m n T e x t s f o r D e v o t i o n a l U s e , by Bert Polman, Marilyn Kay Stulken, and m James R. Sydnor! Please send your gift of $50 or more—and write “Amazing Grace book” in the memo line—to: Presbyterian Women Giving P.O. Box 643652 Pittsburgh, PA 15264-3652 About m a z i n g G r a c e : H y m n T e A t s f o r D e v o t i o n a l U s e x Hymns are an integral part of worship. As the community lifts voices in praise and thanksgiving, we ponder, deeply ponder, the words that we sing. A m a z i n g G r a c e : H y m n T e x t s f o r D e v o t i o n a l U s e is a collection of more than 200 familiar hymn texts (no musical notation) that makes space for readers to consider the language and poetry of their favorite hymns. Included in this collection are an assortment of familiar and beloved hymns from many times and contexts, including (yes) “Amazing Grace”; “Come, ou Fount of Every Blessing”; “Great Is y Faithfulness”; various spirituals; and more. 5

6 Workshop for Leaders God's Promise FA 1.qxp_Layout 1 3/29/18 12:30 PM Page 7 H o r i z 2018–2019 PW/ n s Bible Study by Amy Poling Sutherlun o I A m w i t h Y o u G d ’ s P r o m i s e : o e r u t p i r c S y r a m i r P s u c o F e l t i T , n o i t c u d o r t n I e h t s e d u l c n I ? t u o b a y d u t s e h t s i t a h W , y d u t S s i h t n i r o f k o o L o t s g n i h T , t r A e h t t u o b A o r t n I e c n e u q e S d n a e p o c S n o s s e L d n a e h t r e d i s n o c o t s u s w o l l a s u h t i w e b o t e s i m o r p s ’ d o G s U h t i w d o G 2 2 – 0 1 : 8 2 ; 6 – 1 : 6 2 s i s e n e G s s e n g n i l l i w s ’ d o G f o y c a m i t n i l u f r e w o p d n a g n i s i r p r u s r e v e r e h W 1 e r A e W . s e c n a t s m u c r i c r u o l l a n i s u h t i w e b o t s U h t i w d o G n i e c n e s e r p s ’ d o G s i t i ; d e l l a c e h t s e i n a p m o c c a d o G 7 2 – 1 1 : 6 s e g d u J ; 2 1 – 1 : 3 s u d o x E r u O n i 2 . g n i l l a c r u o r o f s u s p i u q e t a h t s s e n k a e w r u o y t n i a t r e c n U , h t g n e r t s , e g a r u o c s u s e v i g e c n e s e r p f o e s i m o r p s ’ d o G s U h t i w d o G ; 8 – 1 : 1 3 y m o n o r e t u e D P d l u o w e w n w o r u o n o n e h w , e p o h d n a , s s e n d l o b r u O n i 3 9 – 1 : 2 , 5 1 – 1 : 1 i a g g a H ; 9 – 1 : 1 a u h s o J . t r a e h e s o l t n e m e g a r u o c s i D s U h t i w d o G ; 1 2 – 1 : 8 2 s e l c i n o r h C 1 s ’ d o G y l l a i c e p s e d n a , e l p o e p s ’ d o G s n o m m u s d o G e W n e h W 4 9 3 – 9 2 , 3 1 – 1 : 1 1 s g n i K 1 . d o G k e e s o t d n a s y a w s ’ d o G n i k l a w o t , s r e d a e l d o G k e e S s s e l r e w o p e r a e w n e h w e c n e s e r p f o e s i m o r p s ’ d o G s U h t i w d o G ; 0 3 – 1 : 0 2 s e l c i n o r h C 2 d n a y r r o w f o s n o p a e w r u o n w o d y a l o t s u s e t i v n i e r ’ e W n e h W 5 4 – 1 : 0 2 y m o n o r e t u e D . d o G n o s e y e r u o p e e k s s e l r e w o P s U h t i w d o G ; 7 – 1 : 3 4 ; 3 1 – 8 : 1 4 h a i a s I e s i m o r p t a h t d n a ” , u o y h t i w e b l l i w I “ , s y a s d o G h g u o r h T 6 1 1 – 1 : 6 4 m l a s P . e v o l s ’ d o G f o h t p e d e h t s y e v n o c e c n e s e r p f o s l a i r T r u O ; 6 1 – 0 1 : 7 h a i a s I e s i m o r p ” s u h t i w d o G “ e h t m o r f s t f i h s e s i m o r p e h T s U h t i w d o G P 7 5 2 – 8 1 : 1 w e h t t a M . t s i r h C s u s e J f o n o s r e p ” s u h t i w d o G “ e h t o t l e u n a m m E s a t n e s e r p w o n s i t s i r h C s u s e J n i e t a n r a c n i s a w o h w d o G s a s U h t i w d o G 1 3 – 1 : 4 1 n h o J 8 . t i r i p S y l o H e h t s a t i r i p S y l o H e h t s i h o t e c n e s e r p f o e s i m o r p e h t s d n e t x e s u s e J 0 2 – 6 1 : 8 2 ; 0 2 – 5 1 : 8 1 w e h t t a M s U h t i w d o G 9 . d l r o w e h t o t n i s d n e s e h m o h w , s r e w o l l o f Glory to God 1. Hymns marked (GtG) are from (Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox, 2013). 2. Hymns marked (PH) are from e Presbyterian Hymnal (Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox, 1990). 3. Chicago: Gia, 2001.

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