I’ve started hearing from groups around the country that are using To Be Made Well for discussion and teaching. Some of these groups are a half dozen people, others number in the hundreds. I trust and pray that in each one, this book will serve as a catalyst for the work of personal, spiritual, and social healing the Spirit wants to do in their respective communities.
I just learned that The Kaleid Project even based their summer theme on the book. They are offering contemplative prayer, weekly blogs, and a book club with To Be Made Well, all along the lines of holistic healing.
I’ll be joining them by Zoom for their final book discussion. I would love to join your book club too!
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More with Amy Julia:
- To Be Made Well discussion guide
- To Be Made Well YouVersion Bible Study
- Mere Orthodoxy review of To Be Made Well
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