Women of Faith Bible Study
2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month (not December), 7:00-9:00pm
beginning September 14
Women of Faith will explore Mark's Gospel using the Book of Faith series. Topics include:
♦ What kind of beginning is this? ♦ Who is the greatest?
♦ Who's in? Who's out? ♦ When is the ending beginning?
♦ Who do you say Jesus is? ♦ Can the end be just a beginning?
♦ What does the glory of God look like?
♦ Were you there when they crucifed my Lord?
Early Bird Bible Study
beginning September 15
Early Bird Bible Study is an ecumenical women's study group. We invite any of you early risers to join us every Wednesday. Participants take turns bringing breakfast. There is no cost other than study materials. You will find this a special group of women who use what they are studying and learning to enrich their own lives, as well as the lives of others. We will finish the last chapters in Devotional Classics, before starting a new study of the book, What Paul Meant, by Garry Willis. The book can be ordered at Martha Merrell’s Book Store. If you are interested or need addtional information, contact the facilitator, Shirley Harrits at 262.542.4032.
beginning September 15
Pastor Liedtke will be leading a 6 week study on the life and teachings of Martin Luther along with some history of the Lutheran Church. No prior experience necessary! All are invited on Wednesday mornings for this learning time in a fun and relaxed environment.
St. Luke's Book Club
First Tuesday of the month, 7:00pm
For everyone who loves to read we gather to share and discuss a chosen book.
The Bethel Series
beginning September 20
Genesis 12:3 conveys the message that we have been blessed in order to be a blessing—in other words, we have an obligation to the share the Word of God with others.
That same message is carried through into the New Testament. Jesus commands all of us in Matthew 28:19 saying “…Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit…”
The Bethel Bible Series will not only teach the Bible in depth, it will equip you to take God’s Word into the secular world. One of the greatest injustices Christians can do, is to not share the message of the Bible accurately. Lives change when we come face to face with our Lord through His Word!
The Bethel Series is designed to explain the Old and the New Testaments in great detail. This Bible Series assumes no prior Bible knowledge, yet any level of Bible knowledge is most welcome! If you have previously taken a Bethel class, consider doing it again.
This is a 2 year course which meets Monday nights from 6:30-8:30, September through November and January through May. For any questions or to register, please contact Laurie Rohrwasser at 542-2545, ext. 111.