“Your Word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path.” Psalm 119:105


Our Bible Sisters:   led by Heather Dahlke and Barb Meyer begins Sunday, January 21 at 9:15 a.m. in the school commons.  Over the six weeks, we will study six women from the Bible, highlighting God’s faithfulness in her life, with applications to the lives of all Christian women today. Each week a new woman will be studied, so please join us when you can!
The six women are:  Deborah – Responding to God’s Call; Elizabeth – Singing the Songs of Salvation; Eve – Experiencing God’s Forgiveness; Miriam – Trusting God with Your position in Life; Proverbs 31 Woman – Setting God-pleasing Goals; Sarah – Learning to Wait on God’s Timing

Reel to Real of Fish and Men led by Rich Platz begins Sunday, January 21 at 9:15 a.m. in the community room.  The Men of the Outdoors will offer a five week course that contains both a fishing video portion and Bible study. It shows how faith works in the lives of ordinary men, who are Christ followers first and fishermen second. We will also view a video by Hank Parker (two time bass world champion). He will relate his life story and how the power of the gospel changed his life.

Parenting with Love & Logic led by Matt Foley begins Sunday, January 21 at 9:15 a.m. in room 204 of the school.  Parenting the Love and Logic Way provides parents practical and proven tools for raising respectful, responsible, and capable children. The program uses techniques that are simple and easy to learn, teach responsibility and character, lower your stress level, have immediate positive effects, and up the odds that you will enjoy positive relationships with your children and grandchildren.

The Book of James led by Phil Potratz begins Sunday, January 21 at 9:15 a.m. in room 107 (technology room) of the school.  This is the book of the Bible that Luther thought should be left out of the Bible. Why? He didn’t like that it stressed works. This book is an essay on Christian living. James knew that God wanted to see faith in action. Come and be encouraged to let your faith shine.

Where We Worship: A Look at Church Architecture led by Pastor Tiefel begins Sunday, Feb. 18 at 9:15 a.m. in the sanctuary.  Whether we call it the 'church,' the 'sanctuary,' the 'nave,' or simply a 'building,' the place where we come together to worship has an important story to tell. It's a room designed to do one important thing in many different ways: communicating the truth of the gospel. As we celebrate the 125th anniversary of Emanuel, we'll gather for three weeks to learn the lessons behind the building where we gather for worship.