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Psalm 1 & 2September 10 - Fellowship Hall
An encouragement in the blessings of studying God's Word.
An Introduction to the ReformationSeptember 17 - Fellowship Hall
This introduction serves to prepare us for the movie "A Return to Grace: Luther's Life and Legacy" that Peace is showing on September 20th.
A Return to GraceSeptember 24, October 1, 8, 15 - Fellowship Hall
A four-Sunday review of events of Luther's life and the Reformation as depicted in the film "A Return to Grace: Luther's Life and Legacy." These classes will be an excellent review whether or not you are able to see the movie.
The Reformation from a Bauer's PerspectiveOctober 22, 29, November 5 - Fellowship Hall
We will look at how God shaped history to bring about the Reformation of the Church from the perspective of a German peasant (bauer).
What will happen on the Last Day?November 12 - Fellowship Hall
We will look at the end times.
The Old Covenant and the New CovenantNovember 19, 26, December 3 - Fellowship Hall
A comparison of God's arrangement with Old Testament believers versus the freedom New Testament believers have under the gospel.
Where Jesus WalkedDecember 10 - Fellowship Hall
A pictorial tour through the Holy Land.
The Bible Literacy Project12 sessions - Fellowship Hall
Dr. Arthur Eggert
As we approach the 500th year anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation, we need to turn our attention back to the precious gift that Luther gave us, namely, the Bible in the language which the people speak. While Luther translated the Bible from the original languages of Hebrew and Greek into German, his work served as the inspiration and basis for the translation of the original text into many languages, including English. Today there are many English translations of the Bible from which people can learn God's beautiful story of salvation. Alas, even in the churches that claim to be the most Bible-oriented, too few people are studying the Bible in a useful fashion, if at all. Today Bible literacy among even church-going people is very low compared to that of people 50 or 100 years ago. What people remember from Sunday school, sermons and Bible classes is often only some catchy part of a story, rather than its meaning in the context of God’s overall revelation.