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This page contains frequently asked questions and answers regarding the use of this Website.

This page answers the following questions

  • How do I use this Website?
  • How do I discover the answers to the Homework questions?
  • What do I do if I have questions that are not covered in the lesson I am studying?
  • What other types of lesson resources are on this Website?
  • What is Pueblo Vision?
  • What is the book that is accessed from this Website?

How do I use this Website?

The majority of the lessons on this Website are lessons that enable the student to study the Bible book by book from either the Old Testament or the New Testament.

These lessons can be used by teachers to teach Bible Study Classes, and in fact, this is how the lessons were developed, in a small group Bible Study setting. There are many Bible teachers and pastors that use the Website for this purpose.

All lessons can be copied or downloaded for these uses but may not be sold.

These lessons can also be used by the individual to study the Bible for himself. There are many that use the Website in this way. For those doing a self-study, the following question usually occurs.

How do I discover the answers to the Homework questions?

All the answers to the homework questions can be found scattered throughout the next lesson. Therefore, the answers to questions at the end of Lesson #02 can be found in Lesson #03. This is true for all the Book studies.

What do I do if I have questions that are not covered in the lesson I am studying?

As an experienced Bible Study teacher, I realize there are times when questions arise that the lesson itself prompts without giving the answer. In such cases, I encourage you to write me by e-mail with your questions. I consider every question important and worthy of a quick e-mail response. You may contact me in English or Spanish.  President@PuebloVision.org  or  joyceschmedel@hotmail.com

What other types of lesson resources are on this Website?

There are two other types of lessons on this Website in English:

Bible Perspectives
These lessons can be found listed below the New Testament Books under the title, Bible Perspectives. There are several topics available.
These lessons are small group workshop classes designed for teachers who desire to lead this type of group around a specific theme.

A New Life by Waldo Castro
These are lessons designed for new Christians and written in Spanish by Pastor Waldo Castro of Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico and translated into English by Joyce Schmedel. These lessons are used by permission from Pastor Waldo Castro.

There are duplicate studies in Spanish for many of the English studies that exist on this Website. These studies in Spanish are located on a different Website accessed  from the top of the Home Page.

What is Pueblo Vision?

Pueblo Vision is a non-profit charitable organization founded by Joyce Schmedel to fund the spread of the Gospel in Mexico and in the United States among Spanish speaking people and among the Indigenous peoples of Mexico.
You can access the Pueblo Vision Home page from this website. You can also access the book that explains the founding of the ministry in Mexico, “Beautiful Feet on Mountain Peaks” from this website.

What is the book that is accessed from this Website?

A book titled Beautiful Feet on Mountain Peaks is co-authored by Pastor Waldo Castro and Joyce Schmedel that explains the beginning of the Mexican ministry among the Indigenous Huichol people. It can be found in English and in Spanish. It can be read on-line, downloaded, or copied, but it is not to be sold.

This book documents the ministry to the isolated Huichol Indians high in the Sierra Mountains of Nayarit, Mexico where the gospel continues to arrive for the first time at distant villages.

This book documents my relationship with Pastor Waldo Castro in Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico that has grown to be a partnership in ministry on this Website as well as a partnership of ministry in Mexico. The result of this partnership in Mexico has been the development of a Network of Independent Churches and Ministries called The Apostolic Network PUEBLO. Currently we have ordained many pastors and leaders to the ministry that function in various states in Mexico. We are currently working on adding new Spanish-speaking churches in Southern California and Arizona.

I make a visit to Tepic, Mexico every year to oversee this work.