Adult Fellowship/Bible Study after worship (9:30 a.m.)
Pastor Steve continues to teach a course during the Adult Education Hour at 9:30 AM called The Story. A fresh, effective way to study and understand the great themes of the Bible. Using selections from the Scriptures (The Story: Scripture Book) condensed into 31 chronological chapters. This course takes us from Genesis through Revelation. Each class begins with a 10-minute teaching video followed by discussion from The Story Participant's Guide which if filled with time lines, discussion questions, list of Bible characters, charts of biblical event and more. What a great way to study the Word together!
Women's Bible Studies
Wednesday Morning Women's Bible Study
Heaven: Finding Our True Home is the new Bible study for the Wednesday Morning Women's Bible Study. Heaven is hard for us to picture. We think of floating on clouds, singing praises and playing harps, or walking on streets of gold. While we know we want to go to heaven, we are a little nervous about what it will be like. We invite you to join us each Wednesday morning at 10:00 in our new location the conference room. For more information, contact Linda Krantz at 763-476-0587 or Mary Sund at 763-233-2417.
Men's Bible Studies
COUNTER CULTURE-Saturday Mornings at the community room in Lund's at Colonial Square in Wayzata from 7:00-8:00 am. As we all know, "We live in momentous days marked by a rapidly shifting moral landscape. As Christians how are we supposed to respond to all this? In the words of Counter Culture author and Pastor, David Platt, "my aim in this Bible Study is to call us to a contrite, compassionate but courageous response in such a way that we're able to speak the gospel clearly to our culture. Bring your Bible and bring a friend. Questions contact Gordy Engel-612-709-4879; email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday Morning LifeLight Bible Study-invites all who are interested to study and discuss the New Testament book of Romans in the Conference room on Thursdays from 9:30-11:30 am. Martin Luther called it "the purest gospel. (and said)...every Christian should know it word for word, by heart, but also that he should occupy himself with it every day, as the daily bread of the soul." Questions: ask Judymae Bowers (763-0913) or Eva McAtee (763-476-1827.)