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 WOMEN’S THURSDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY  MEETS THURSDAYS AT 10 A.M.

WE ARE CONTINUING OUR STUDY OF JOSHUA

Cultivating a distinctly Lutheran identity among our Youth and young adults.


Giving faithful Gospel Ministry to our youth at The University of Minnesota


Wondering why  The church in America  Has forgotten Christ The Word to the Web The Gospel to the World Teaching the faith thru Silly videos and Other things Christ centered-Cross focused Talk radio

Equipping Lutherans to be Gospel-motivated voices For Life.


Encouraging and equipping Women to live out their Christian lives


Preparing men for the holy ministry of Word and Sacraments


Forming servants in Jesus Christ who teach the faithful, reach the lost, and care for all.


Assisting congregations as Great Commission churches.


The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod   teaching and responding to the love of the Triune God

THURSDAY EVENING BIBLE STUDY We are studying / reading a new book titled: Has American Christianity Failed?, by Pr. Bryan Wolfmueller. From the title jacket we read:

American Christianity teaches the centrality of the individual—my will, my experiences, my decisions, my heart, my work, and my dedication. Yet we couldn’t be more unaware that Christ and His saving and comforting work are being lost. Our minds and hearts are captivated in some way by those who often preach the Christian instead of Christ.

Wolfmueller sounds the alarm against the false teaching and dangerous practices of Christianity in America. He offers a beautiful alternative: the sweet savor of the Gospel, which brings us to the real comfort, joy, peace, freedom, and sure hope of Christ.

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BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 24

A MAN NAMED MARTIN

In this five-session Bible study, Luther's life and times are examined through the lens of history, religion and theology. Expanding on commentary from Rev. Gregory Seltz, Speaker for The Lutheran Hour, numerous scholars add their expertise and perspective to render an illuminating portrait of the life of this extraordinary human being.

The details of Luther's life — his childhood with his parents Hans and Margaret, his university pursuits, his decision to become a monk, his protestation of Catholic practices, his voluminous and erudite scholastic output, his life in hiding, and his roles as husband and father -- are all considered in this study. A Man Named Martin is a fresh and explorative look at an individual who, down through the centuries, has increased in importance and vitality to the Christian church.

To this day, Luther's staunch faith and the extent of his outreach, remain a standard for Christ-centered living to believers in the 21st-century.

This material was taken from: [Lutheran Hour Ministry, «https://www.lhm.org/studies/studydetail.asp?id=27156» [Accessed September?, 2017]