We can only claim that Jesus is our Lord by the Holy Spirit’s work in us, which means our confession comes purely from His gift of faith. However, that does not mean that we need to turn a blind eye to the testimony of history for what we know is true. Historical evidence abounds for the crucifixion – and resurrection – of our Lord Jesus. In Trustworthy and True, Pastor Heckert will go over the historical evidence that supports the resurrection of our Lord Jesus from the dead. Join us each Sunday in May in the fellowship hall as we consider this evidence! Christ IS risen, indeed! Alleluia!
This study will help you hear Luke's unique voice, which distinguishes it from the writings of the other evangelists. We welcome all adults to join us in person (room P206, the 5th Grade classroom on the west side of the cafeteria) or on Zoom. See you there!
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Join Pastor in the church conference room for a cup of coffee, a piece of pastry, and a chapter-by-chapter informal study on the book of Isaiah.
The Men’s Bible Breakfast group meets on Fridays from 7:00 to 8:00 a.m. at The Downtowner restaurant in Market Square. More men are always welcome!
Check out Pastor’s site: lutheransermons.podbean.com for Bible studies on Colossians, Daniel, Malachi, Mark,
1 & 2 Thessalonians, and a current study of “The Real Christmas Story.” There’s also a weekly “Preparing for Worship” - a quick look at the Bible readings for the coming Sunday, and there are old sermons and other studies. Anyone is welcome to listen in at any time. Scroll to the end of each description/summary of a sermon or study and click on the green arrow to listen (no visuals). If you have any problems or questions, contact Pastor Barton.