Adult Bible Studies

Sunday School Hour Bible Studies (9:40-10:40 a.m.)

  • Foundations

    (New member class/Adult Information class)

    This study will resume in 2020.

    This class gives an overview of the major teachings found in the Bible. New members will be able to gain an understanding of Lutheran teachings and be able to ask questions in areas they are unfamiliar with and long-time members are reminded of our foundation in the Word and still keep learning more about our amazing God and His deep love for us

  • That the World May Know: 

     With All Your Heart meets in the Sanctuary.

     

     

  • Joining Jesus on His Mission and Spiritual conversations: 

    Witnessing is not so much going out for Jesus as much as it is going out with Jesus. The Spiritual Conversations materials help to better understand the reactions we encounter and how to best respond to them. Led by Dave Norton.

     

     

  • Science:

     God’s Tool to Reveal His Majestic Love meets in the Family Life Center.


    Wednesday Bible Studies


    • altogether beautiful

      Wednesdays 9:30 A.M.

       This video-based Women’s study is continuing from the spring. This is a study of the Song of Songs that explores what it means to be loved fiercely and called beautiful by the God of the universe. Whether married or single, young or old, women will find truth and comfort in the Song of Songs because this song, ultimately, is about the fierce love God has for them, whom He declares altogether beautiful. This study is facilitated by Deanna Lynch.


       

       


    • The Patriarchs

      Wednesdays 6:15-6:50 p.m. During Advent

      Encountering the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob - Bible study by Beth Moore. Discover God's pursuit of a relationship with man, and marvel as His plan to bless all people unfolds. Full of twists and turns, ruin and redemption, revelation and mystery this Bible study keeps participants captivated by the God who stars in it! Explore concepts such as blessing, covenant, and promise, and the bearing each has on a New Testament believer’s life today. We will also study the Hebrew names of God introduced on the early pages of Scripture. The structure of the class this year will be a little different. The first class will be the video introduction, the second and third class will be video lessons, the fourth class will be discussion, and the fifth class will be a fellowship meal. This basic pattern will repeat for the rest of the course.

       

    • The gospel of mark

      Wednesdays 6:15-6:50 p.m. During Advent

      Gospel of Mark: Chapters 5 through 10.  In this study we walk along with Jesus, responding to His Word and Works. Facilitated by Pastor Don.

       

    • Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage

      Wednesdays 6:15-6:50 p.m. During Advent

      Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage isn't your typical weekend marriage seminar. Mark's entertaining illustrations are so hilarious and original, you'll be sharing them with all your friends. His humor makes his teaching enjoyable, effective and memorable, helping husbands and wives remember these insights and immediately put them to work. Led by Roy and Kerrie Grove.



    More Bible Studies


    • Men’s Breakfast & Bible Study

      Meets weekly, each tuesday at 6:30 a.m. 

      Men’s Breakfast/Bible studies Tues. at 6:30 a.m. meets in the Family Life Center at church. 

       


    • Young At Heart: Bible study for those 50+

      We meet every 2nd and 4th Thursday for Bible Study at church with Pastor Tom from 11:00 a.m. to Noon. Every 4th Thursday after Bible Study we have a luncheon and either a day-trip or a guest speaker at the church. 

    • Men's Bible Study Fellowship

      Mondays 6:55-9:00 p.m.

      Every week, men 18 years of age and older come together to study the Bible, learn from one another and be challenged and encouraged to live for something larger than themselves. A BSF Men's Class offers straight talk and biblical truth built on the foundation of Jesus Christ.

      As a class member, you will spend time in personal study of the Scriptures each week. On class night, you will join other men in a small-group discussion of the lesson and learn from a teaching leader how the truths of Scripture can be applied to daily life. You will leave class with comprehensive lesson notes, which teach further on the passage you studied, and lesson questions for the following week.

    • Bible Journaling

      This program will resume in January 2020

       

      What is the most important gift you can give your children or grandchildren? While we can not give them the gift of faith, we can provide the means by which the Holy Spirit can work in their hearts.

       

      When the children of Israel crossed into the promised land, God commanded them to pick up twelve stones to build a memorial. These stones were to remind them of what He had done to free them from slavery in Egypt and provide for them along the way. Things like manna and quail, turning bitter water into sweet water, protection from poisonous snakes all things they needed to live and be saved.

       

      So how, when, and where in your life has God placed a stone? Something that was an obstacle that now serves as a remembrance of how He saw you through that time? Is it something you could share with someone you love that will act as a support for what they may go though?

      The last two Mondays of the month we will be working on a legacy Bible project. This is something that you can give to a child who has drifted from God, a person new in their faith, someone just confirmed in their faith or just do it for yourself.

       

      The first two Mondays we will be studying a passage, reflecting on it and learning a new technique to use in our Bible or journal. Join us for devotions, reflection, worship and fun. Classes begin Monday Sept. 9 from 6:30-8:30.