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Read-Through-Bible in a Year

 

 

 

SUNDAY ADULT CLASSES – 9:30 AM:

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FELLOWSHIP HALL 

16 September until Christmas break: Psychology, Spirituality and the Christian Life: This series will cover the intersection and interaction of psychology and spirituality in the Christian life. Psychology is a real facet of the individual which plays a role in our development. Subsequently and consequently, it can impact our spiritual growth. Our aim will be to examine fundamentals of both psychology and spirituality through video presentations, lecture and discussion. The class will be led by Thom Rake. (Class notes

SANCTUARY 

“HOW WE GOT THE BIBLE” (starts October 7th) This is a 5-part video Bible Study series that discusses the production, canonization and inspiration behind the Scriptures, featuring the Rev. Dr. Paul L. Maier, Best-Selling Lutheran author and Scholar, and Retired Professor of Ancient History, Western Michigan University, and Dr. Joel Lampe, manager of the Bible Museum.  As the Word of God, the Bible is a collection of rich and reliable texts – “profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness” [1Timothy 3:16b].  Pr. Hank will facilitate this class and meets in the Sanctuary.

 

YOUTH ROOM

17 June – August 5th- Christianity 101:  Young adults ages 11-25 are invited to join us for Christianity 101.  This innovative Bible study is geared toward the modern young adult.  Target audience is 17-25 but certainly appropriate for Jr. and Sr. high youth.  Topics will include: What is Life?, Good Thing Gone Bad, Our Problem, Jesus’ Death and Resurrection, and Our Response. We are excited that this Bible study will be lead by John Retzlaff, who is home from college this summer.

         

WEEKDAY SMALL GROUPS

Contact the Church Office for more details.

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Tuesday Small Group Bible Study: (10:1511:30 am in Room 120 – Youth Room)

This is an adult study that meets weekly through the school year, facilitated by Deni Lewis (rlcnndeni@gmail.com). Newcomers are always welcome.  Coffee and light refreshments are often served.  The topic is 3:16’s – an overview of the entire Bible using chapter 3 verse 16 (and surrounding content) of the majority of the books of the Bible.  Runs September 11-the end of May, with occasional breaks for holidays. Visit the RLC website calendar to verify specific meeting dates or reach out to Deni or the church office directly.

Bring your Bible, your coffee cup and a desire to dig into God’s Word with your fellow believers.  Newcomers, please contact Deni Lewis or the church office, so that she can provide enough materials for everyone. 

Wednesday Morning Bible Study:  (6:30 – 7:30 am in Room 120 – Youth Room)

Join us as we make our way through the long, eventful trials of God’s people following the giving of the Law and the death of Moses.  We have just moved on to Isaiah. Please join us in Room 127 (or 120, as needed!).  Extra Bibles — and, of course, Lutheran-brewed coffee plus something sweet! ­­— are always available!

Wednesday Noon Bible Study:  (11:45 am – 12:45 pm in Room 120 – Youth Room )

This study, taught by Pr. Hank, meets on Wednesdays around lunch (11:45) and lasts one hour.  It utilizes “The Story Bible” (NIV) as we examine the sweep of God’s redemptive history, beginning with the Creation story.  “The Story Bible” is available from Pr. Hank. Join us as together we grow in the Word of the Lord!  You are welcome to bring a lunch as we are fed both physically and spiritually!

Wednesday Evening Bible Study: (meets at 6:30 PM in the Fellowship Hall).  This study will not meet during the Lenten Season.

“A Journey through James, 1,2, 3 John, and Jude.”  These smaller books of the New Testament are still very important for our faith-lives, as they speak to us on how to live a Christian life in a world of sin and corruption.  James is perhaps the oldest of the New Testament books, and seeks to give guidelines on what marks a Christian in life.  He is also the half-brother of our Lord Jesus.  The Apostle John is the writer of the three Epistles that bear his name.  These books are cast in terms of stark opposites, with the Apostle stressing the reality of the cosmic battle between God and the devil, and reminding all readers that they are part of this battle.  Jude is another half-brother of our Lord Jesus, who writes to encourage Christians to contend for the truth of God’s Word, and its application to life.

 

PREVIOUS CLASS NOTES

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Cultivating Christian Character

Jesus in the Old Testament

A Life Well Lived – Ecclesiastes

Stewardship – Who wants to be a Steward?

Legacy Thinking -“Legacy Guide: Planning Your Will and Trust

Issues and Answers

Christmas Myths, Music and Symbols 18Dec16

Galatians

The Cost of Discipleship

Stewardship Principles

Philippians

Building a Family Legacy

Dreams, Visions, Near Death Experiences (NDE’s) and other Phenomena

James – A Field-Guide to Christian Living / Jude  – Dealing with False Teachings

The Practical Christian Life: Living in the Two Kingdoms

The Epistle to the Romans:

Marriage (and Single) By God’s Design

Christmas Myths, Carols and Symbols

Having Fun with Theological Words

I, Charles Darwin

The Old Testament Tabernacle

Colossians

Parables and Proverbs

Understanding the Ten Commandments

Your Best Life Later: The Christian and Eternal Rewards

We Are “RESTORED IN CHRIST!”

Christian Apologetics – Defending Your Faith

Ask, Seek Knock – Prayer

God’s Plan For Your Life

God’s Attributes and Essence

The Pastoral Epistles- Timothy

Ephesians – The Church: God’s Servant

Galatians

Baptism

Creation / Evolution / Dinosaurs

1 Corinthians

Parables of Jesus

A Discipling Disciple

Now Concerning Spiritual Gifts

Discovery 101

First & Second Peter

Passage to Narnia

The Holy Trinity

Trillionaire Game (from Trinity Class)

AcknowledgmentsUnless otherwise indicated, all scripture quotations are from The Holy Bible, English Standard Version,© 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a division of Good News Publishers. Used by permission. All rights reserved.  Services created by Lutheran Service Builder, © 2006 Concordia Publishing House.

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