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Read-Through-Bible in a Year





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07 January – May  –  Jesus in the Old Testament:  “And beginning with Moses and all the Prophets, Jesus interpreted to them in all the Scriptures the things concerning himself.” (Lk 24:27) Wow! I thought that the Old Testament was all about the wrath of God. But Jesus told His disciples that the Old Testament was all about Him! Join the fellowship hall adult bible study class on Sunday mornings as we see Jesus in all of the Old Testament. This will be a study through both familiar and unfamiliar passages of the Old Testament. There will be opportunities in each class for questions and discussion. The class is led by Nigel Brown.  (Class Notes)


07 January –  May  —–  1 Corinthians – Ministering in New Testament Times:  1Corinthians is not a formal doctrinal essay – it is a Spirit-inspired letter, dealing with real issues impacting not only the congregation in Corinth – but also many of the things that impact modern-day congregations and Christians in the 21st Century.  Corinth was a Greek seaport with waterfront, traffic, sailors and merchants.  It was cosmopolitan, pagan, idolatrous, immoral, wide-open, tough.  The 4th largest city in the Roman empire, Corinth was a very prosperous and wealthy but irreligious city.  Sound familiar?  Together, let’s see how the Apostle Paul deals with the many problems facing the congregation in Corinth, and apply that to our congregation today.  Pastor Hank will facilitate this study to be held in the Sanctuary. (Class Notes)



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

Our group meets in the Youth Room (#120) 10:15 –11:30 am.  We continue our studies of Beloved Hymns – the background and Biblical lessons learned from our favorite hymns and spiritual songs.  Coffee is always served, often with some goodies to share. Anyone interested is welcome to attend.  Contact Deni Lewis or the Church Office if you need further information.  We will be on break for December 26th and January 2nd but will resume routine Tuesday meetings on January 9th.

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

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)

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.



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Race, Culture, Ethnicity (RaCE) & the Church

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


The Cost of Discipleship

Stewardship Principles


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


Parables and Proverbs

Understanding the Ten Commandments

Your Best Life Later: The Christian and Eternal Rewards


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



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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