Petrichor and JW.ORG
“Keep on, then, seeking first the Kingdom and his righteousness, and all these other things will be added to you.
A very appropriate scripture since it’s the theme of the upcoming District Convention
CityWest Conference & Event Centre
Saggart, Co. Dublin
The above cluster and the full size pennant which coordinate with juno Petrichor are included in the card download.
This month I’m taking part in a world-wide campaign letting people know about the wonderful website, JW.ORG. It features many thought-provoking answers to ” life’s big questions” as the promotional leaflet shown below says.
As well as getting help in finding where those answers are in the Bible, you can listen to/read the Bible online in up-to-date, modern English. There are videos if you’re a visual learner, dramatic Bible readings if you like to listen, special items for children and young adults, songs, full length movies of Bible events – and that’s just scratching the surface. If English is not your first language, there’s a choice of 680 languages, including many sign languages.
Why not pop over for a visit now and have a look around? There’s a section on the bottom right where you can request a free Bible study at a time and place that suits you. And you can watch a 3.5 minute video “Why study the Bible?” while you’re there 🙂
If studying online suits you better, I’m available. You can email me at email@example.com to arrange a study via Skype, Gmail Chat or Google Hangout, or to arrange just a chat and a demonstration if you’d prefer to get an idea of what it’s all about first. I don’t usually use the video feature on Skype or Hangout. It makes for a smoother connection and no need to worry about a bad-hair day! There’s no charge, no obligation and I don’t bite. Promise!
“Petrichor: The smell of earth after rain.” What an evocative scent. What an amazing word! I didn’t know there was a word for that, did you? The above palette from Design Seeds with its cool, misty colours inspired me to make this kit. It ended up being quite large, so I’ve split the download into Elements and Papers. Today’s download is for the Elements only. I’ll update this post tomorrow or Wednesday at the latest to add the download link for the Papers. Next week I’ll have a fun add-on as well 🙂