Adult - Bible Study

9:15am ‚Äď 10:15am

These are the options starting January 2019 - they include videos and are discussion focused.

New Adult Bible Study - Library

Facilitated by Jerry Huffman

"Acts to Revelation: The First Christians"

We pickup where the Gospels end with Acts to Revelation. In this series of Drive Thru History¬ģ, Dave Stotts explores the amazing lives of the very first Christians. Beginning in Jerusalem and using the Book of Acts as a roadmap, Dave travels the Mediterranean region to share the people, places, and events that launched the Christian faith.

You can check out the trailer here:

New Adult Bible Study - Fellowship Hall

Facilitated by Pastor Adams

"Nuturing Your Faith"

Nuturing Your Faith is a new Bible Study from the Lutheran Hour Ministires. A steady practice of confessing one's sins to God is both fitting and liberating for the sinner. In session three of Nuturing Your Faith, instances of confession are explored as they apprear in the Old and New Testaments. Throughout the Scriptures, we are reminded to include this act of contrition in our own lives as well.

On a human level, confessing our sins can be, well, demoralizing, to say the least. When sharing our secret blunders with someone else, there's always the chance of irreparably altering the relationship with our disclosure or, worse yet, being rejected althgether. We can hope our confidant will understand, but there are no guarantees. 

With God, however, the situation is entirely different. He invites our confession and offers abundant grace to those who penitently seek Him. The chronicler writes, "If My people who are called by My Name humble themselves, and pray and seek My face and turm from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land." (2 Chronicles 7:14). God alone can deal with our sins appropriately and does so through the forgiveness He offers us in His Son, Jesus.   

Lifelight Class Wednesday Mornings, 9am, Church Library

Bible Study on 1 Peter will start on January 9th. Led by Pastor Emeritus Earl Zimmerman. All are welcome!

Please contact Pastor for more information.