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Bible Studies Ministry

Sunday Mornings
Adult Fellowship/Bible Study after worship (9:30 a.m.)
Our next Adult Study, Lutheranism 101—(1/14 through 3/4) Have you wondered what Holy Baptism is all about? Baptism is not a mere symbol of rebirth. It is not a choice or a prize for attaining a certain amount of faith. Lutheranism 101: Holy Baptism gives an overview of what Baptism is, what is does, and how it does it, and what it means for our lives now and into the future Throughout, it emphasizes that the One doing the baptizing makes all the difference. Like the original book, Lutheranism 101: Baptism will never get too far away from the reality that it is all about Jesus.

Women's Bible Studies
Wednesday Morning Women's Bible Study
New Wednesday Morning Women's Bible Study starts January 3rd. Who are your role models? The world desperately needs role models today--people who are fully human yet who exceed human expectations and point others toward God. David is such a role model. His struggles with sin are infamous, and the Psalms reveal his anguish and doubts. Yet he is also de-scribed as "a man after God's own heart"--the champion of Israel. This study introduces you to David the servant and the leader, the sinner and the redeemed, the man and the instrument of God's creative purposes. As you explore David’s tumultu-ous story, you too will discover what it means to have a passionate heart for God. We invite you to join us Wednesday mornings at 10:00 in the Gathering Room. For more information contact Linda Krantz at 763-476-0587 or Mary Sund at 763-233-2417.

Men's Bible Studies
Men’s Bible Study Anxious For Nothing by Max Lucado January Saturday Mornings at Folkestone Auditorium from 7:00 to 8:00 a.m. Questions contact Gordy Engel cell: 612-709- 4879 or email: gordye@thefoursome.com

LifeLight Studies
LifeLight Bible Study--Come study God's Word in the book of Acts beginning January 11th from 9:30--11:30am in the Confer-ence room. Luke, "the companion of Paul," and author of the book of Luke, also wrote Acts, which tells us how the Gospel of God's grace, and the early church were spread abroad by the apostles and disciples of Jesus, under the influence and direction of the Holy Spirit. Bring a friend. Everyone is welcome. Questions? Ask Eva McAtee (763-476-1827) or Judymae Bowers (763-476-0913.)

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