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These free downloads are available to Members of The Ailbe Community, to strengthen your walk with the Lord and your ministry in His Name. Do you have an idea for a free download? Write to The Fellowship at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and we’ll talk about it.

ReVision studies are designed for individual or group use and explore various aspects of the Christian worldview. A typical study is seven lessons long and includes questions for discussion or reflection and action steps designed to help bring what you are learning into your walk with and work for the Lord Jesus. All ReVision studies are available in free PDF format and may be duplicated for group use.

ReVision studies are designed for individual or group us and explore various aspects of the Christian worldview. A typical study is seven lessons long and includes questions for discussion or reflection and action steps designed to help bring what you are learning into your walk with and work for the Lord Jesus. All ReVision studies are available in free PDF format and may be duplicated for group use.

ReVision studies are designed for individual or group us and explore various aspects of the Christian worldview. A typical study is seven lessons long and includes questions for discussion or reflection and action steps designed to help bring what you are learning into your walk with and work for the Lord Jesus. All ReVision studies are available in free PDF format and may be duplicated for group use.

ReVision studies are designed for individual or group us and explore various aspects of the Christian worldview. A typical study is seven lessons long and includes questions for discussion or reflection and action steps designed to help bring what you are learning into your walk with and work for the Lord Jesus. All ReVision studies are available in free PDF format and may be duplicated for group use.

What is the Christian's responsibility with respect to civil government? This free study examines the Biblical view of government and calls believers to take their place in making government a servant of God for good.

These two Taxonomies can help you understand what it means to love God and your neighbors, so that you can pray, plan, and practice God's love more consistently in your Personal Mission Field.

Columbanus was one of thousands of Irish missionary/monks whose labors, during the 5th-7th centuries, revived moribund churches, renewed culture, awakened pagan peoples, and left a legacy of spiritual vitality and transformation that continues to this day. In the words of historian Thomas Cahill, those great Irish saints “saved civilization.”

ReVision studies are designed for individual or group us and explore various aspects of the Christian worldview. A typical study is seven lessons long and includes questions for discussion or reflection and action steps designed to help bring what you are learning into your walk with and work for the Lord Jesus. All ReVision studies are available in free PDF format and may be duplicated for group use.

ReVision studies are designed for individual or group us and explore various aspects of the Christian worldview. A typical study is seven lessons long and includes questions for discussion or reflection and action steps designed to help bring what you are learning into your walk with and work for the Lord Jesus. All ReVision studies are available in free PDF format and may be duplicated for group use.

A solemn warning, a serious call, an amazing hope!

Voices Together is available in a weekly format suitable for distribution as a church bulletin insert or for distribution to small groups or in prisons. It includes the Psalms and meditations for the coming week, Monday through the Lord's Day. It is formatted to print double sided on 8 1/2" x 11" paper with a mid-page horizontal fold. Please feel free to utilize this in your own ministries.

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A Heritage of Creativity

We must not neglect our heritage.

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