N.B. You’ll need to have a program installed to view Microsoft PowerPoint presentations. If you don’t have PowerPoint, you have some free alternatives. 1) PowerPoint Viewer is free from Microsoft. It allows you to view (but not edit or print) presentations. 2) Open Office is an Open Source (free) Office suite that competes with Microsoft. 3) I’ve heard that Google’s online applications (Google Apps) now handles presentation files.
Here’s the introductory note guide for our class. This file is a PDF and will require a PDF Viewer like Adobe Acrobat Reader or Foxit Reader (both free) to view and print.
Well, not really. Hopefully you won’t notice. :-) This year, I’m workingi through F. Lagard Smith’s “The Daily Bible” — a special study Bible that’s made unique by its chronological arrangement. I’ve been through this Bible before, and it is a real blessing, especially if you have trouble sticking with a program…like me!
I’m teaching a class at the Burns Church of Christ on Wednesday nights working through this same material. “Teaching” might be a bit of an overstatement. I’m really just hoping to serve as a tour guide. But, thanks to the inspiration of my brother-in-law, Mick over at Project BOY, I’m going to blog my journey as well as provide the class materials and handouts we use along the way. I hope this will be a blessing to you! :)