Sunday Morning Bible Classes

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THE WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHY AND HOW OF LUTHERAN WORSHIP

-- why we do what we do

Sunday 8:00 and 10:45 in the Conference Room

Not all Christian denominations worship the same way.  Generally, differences in worship content reflect differences in what a specific denomination or congregation teaches about God and Man's relationship to him.  This study led by our Pastors will help to dissect these differences.

THE HOLY SPIRIT AND THE KINGDOM OF GOD

-- the power and work of the Holy Spirit

Sunday, 8:00 a.m., Youth Room

As a Gentile believer, Luke sought to carefully research and record the transition of God’s redemptive work from the nation Israel to a people “from every tribe, tongue and race”; ie, the Church of Jesus Christ. In so doing, he revealed the hidden work of the Holy Spirit in buildng the Kingdom of God, which continues in our day “to the end of the age.”

Beginning Sunday September 17 at 8:00 am, Ken and Marsha McElreath will lead a Bible study of Luke’s account and the power of the Holy Spirit working in God’s people. Each lesson will be self-contained so that you can engage as you have opportunity and interest. Persons of all ages are cordially invited to gather in the Youth Room.

A CHURCH WITH PROBLEMS

-- hears God’s solutions

Sunday, 9:30 a.m., Kitchen

The church in Corinth was beset by problems that could have torn it apart and damaged its witness in the community.  These problems and St. Paul’s pastoral admonishment to the congregation are the subject of a study of First Corinthians beginning Sunday, September 10 at 9:30 a.m. in the King of Kings kitchen.

This will be a verse by verse discussion of the epistle’s 16 chapters as the Apostle addressed the concerns of the church led by Rev. Allen Konrad.  It will be useful for participants to read First Corinthians prior to the first session.