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How To Be A Crazy Christian: the Big Class with +Michael Curry

How To Be A Crazy Christian: the Big Class with +Michael Curry

The Rt Rev Michael Curry and ChurchNext are offering The Big Class: How to Be a Crazy Christian beginning January 27. Over 700 people around the world have signed up for this online course.

This is a course with a warning label: All who enter here, expect to be transformed. Episcopal bishop Michael Curry is an inspiring and enthusiastic reformer with a clear call to reinvigorate the Church. Many people have experienced Christ’s transforming power through Bishop Curry’s ministry.

About this course

(Registration for The Big Class opens January 6, 2014. However you won’t be able to take the class until it begins January 27 – February 3.)

Garrison Keilor once said going to church makes someone a Christian about as much as sitting in a garage makes someone a Chevrolet. Bishop Michael Curry, of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina has a heart for reawakening believers to the tremendous gift and challenge of giving our all to follow Jesus. His term for this kind of person is a Crazy Christian.

In this 45 minute class, Bishop Curry will tell us:

What Is a Crazy Christian?

Why Being a Crazy Christian is Easy – and Hard

Habits of a Crazy Christian

Giving Yourself Permission

This course is ideal for those who are looking to be encouraged and challenged in their Christian faith.

Read more at BexleySeabury.

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