Series Scouting the Divine

Throughout the Bible, the land and its produce are often used to illustrate and illuminate spiritual truths. Take advantage of the insight author Margaret Feinberg gained from spending time with a shepherdess named Lynn, a beekeeper named Gary, and a vineyard manager named Kristof as we see, taste, and experience the richness of Scripture by romping through some of the agrarian themes of the Bible. 5 fascinating Discover the Word conversations with Mart DeHaan, Elisa Morgan, and Margaret Feinberg.

Dates November 9-13, 2015
# of Programs 5
At The Table Mart DeHaan, Elisa Morgan, and Margaret Feinberg
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Part 1 - 11/09/15

Responding to only the Master’s voice

Today we’re going to get a bit sheepish on Discover the Word. And you’re invited to join the flock as our special guest Margaret Feinberg introduces us to some of the agricultural . . . or “agrarian” themes of the Bible. When Margaret interviewed a real-life shepherdess she discovered that sheep are hard wired to respond only to their master’s voice. Learn why the image of God as the Shepherd, and us as sheep is so powerful when you listen today on Discover the Word!

Part 2 - 11/10/15

Jesus works through the most unlikely people

Most people think of a “shepherd” as being a male figure. Yet in reality, tending and herding sheep is often a job done by women and children. Today on Discover the Word, our special guest Margaret Feinberg discusses how shepherds were—and are—often marginalized. And so while living on the fringe of society, isn’t it amazing that shepherds were included as main players at our Savior’s birth?

Part 3 - 11/11/15

Working together in proper order

What’s the buzz on all those bees in the Bible? Well, today on Discover the Word, with the help of special guest Margaret Feinberg, we’ll comb through just a few of the nearly seventy scriptural references to bees and honey. As a beekeeper revealed, “ ‘a land flowing with milk and honey’ is one where the intricate social systems of all the hives are working in proper order.” Be(e) part of a fascinating conversation today on Discover the Word!

Part 4 - 11/12/15

Pruning the vine

Today on Discover the Word, special guest Margaret Feinberg helps center our discussion on what Jesus actually meant when He talked about “pruning the vine.” Instead of whacking the vines with a machete, the vinedresser trims the vine gently, branch by branch. We continue our fascinating conversations about the agrarian images used in the Bible as Margaret tells us about time she spent with a vintner learning about “the fruit of the vine.”

Part 5 - 11/13/15

God’s long-range perspective for growing us

Today on Discover the Word, our special guest Margaret Feinberg helps us conclude our discussion about the surprising depth of some of the agrarian images used in the Bible. Today’s conversation comes out of a fruitful visit Margaret had with a vintner that showed her how the long-range perspective a vintner has for growing grapes is the same kind of long-range perspective God has for growing us.

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