Sunday mornings at 10:45am
Men’s Bible Study Wednesday Mornings at 6:30am
All men are invited to attend an early morning study led by Pastor Nierman.The are currently in a study titled Priesthood and Ministry from the Lutheran Difference series.
“So, what’s the deal?”
“What do you mean?”
“Well, you Lutherans say that every Christian is a priest to God, but you have ministers dressed up in fancy robes who speak on behalf of God.”
“That’s true. Our pastors speak in the stead and by the command of Jesus Christ.”
“But doesn’t every Christian do that? I just don’t get it.”
As Lutherans interact with other Christians, they often find them-selves struggling to explain their beliefs and practices. Although many Lutherans have learned the “what” of the doctrines of the Church, they do not always have a full scriptural foundation to share the “why.” When confronted with different doctrines, they cannot clearly state their faith, much less understand the differences.
Because of insecurities about explaining particular doctrines or practices, some Lutherans may avoid opportunities to share what they have learned from Christ and His Word. The Lutheran Difference Bible study series will identify how Lutherans differ from other Christians and show from the Bible why Lutherans differ. These studies will prepare Lutherans to share their faith and help non-Lutherans understand the Lutheran difference.
Women’s Bible Study Friday Mornings at 9:30am
No other book of the Bible is quite like Psalms. This book is not one continuous writing, broken into chapters. It consists of independent units. Rather than a single author, it has multiple authors. Although some of them are identified, a third of the psalms say nothing regarding authorship. This article will help you get to know the “lay of the land” in this unique book. Introducing the Book of Psalms.