Adult Bible Class
Iron sharpens iron, and one man sharpens another - Proverbs 27:17
Our Savior Lutheran Church offers a wide variety of adult Bible classes both before and after worship on Sundays. Please join us in one of the many classes offered below. There will be fresh coffee and a variety of fresh donuts and kolaches to enjoy. It is our prayer for you that these Bible studies will strengthen your faith and you will go home knowing you are secure in your faith. Blessings.
EVOLUTION: The Devil’s Disguise – What began as a theory several years ago is now universally accepted as pure fact. What began as an educational alternative is now the only view allowed in our public schools. What began as a teaching accepted only by the unbeliever is now spreading its stench throughout the Christian Church. All the while the unsuspecting Christian, although faintly realizing something is amiss, feels helpless and ill-equipped in fighting this monster. Let’s take a close look at the lies and fantasies of evolution as it fades in the light of God’s Word. (Pastor White - Bible Class Room)
Te Deum Laudamus: An examination of worship as defined in the Bible and structured in Lutheran history, along with a comparison of historic and contemporary worship and music. (Pastor White - Bible Classroom)
"A Christian Family in Today's World" This discussion-oriented class reviews the three lessons from the preceding Sunday’s service and applies them to the challenges which confront parents and families every day. The emphasis is on the application of Bible truth in a way that will strengthen and renew the participant’s faith. (Dana Gerard, B109)
"Lutheran Confessions" Our Lutheran Confessions were developed out of a genuine concern with false teachings obscuring the glory and merit of our Savior. These unconditional affirmations are as understandable and poignant today as when they were written. Learn their history and development, as well as their relevance in the daily life of a Christian. Through discussion, you will see how others are asking the same questions and how Scripture offers solid, reliable answers. (James Kriegel, C101)
"Bethel Bible Series" Survey the entire New Testament through the renowned Bethel Bible Series. (Herb Peterson, C102)
"Women's Bible Study" We are currently reading and discussing the book of Genesis. Through prayer and supplication, we strengthen each other in our spiritual lives. (Merri Schoppe, Family Room, Church)
"Applying Scripture to Current Events" (College/Young Professionals Class) This class for young adults will focus on today’s headlines and current events and discuss these topics in light of scripture and how the verses covered each week apply to everyday life. (Adam White, C106)
"The History & Letters of St. Paul" Although written for specific people in specific places, Paul's letters convey eternal truths of hope and salvation. We will explore the messages and histories of Paul's thirteen letters. (Dr. Karl Baughman, C114, Classroom Building)
BACK TO THE BASICS! Our NEW ADULT INFORMATION CLASS will begin on Monday, June 3 @ 7:00 PM, and covers the most important teachings of the Bible as they are believed, taught and confessed in this Lutheran Congregation. The class is designed for anyone considering membership in Our Savior Lutheran Church and for members of the congregation who would like a great review of basic Bible doctrine. It should be particularly interesting for both member and non-member school parents to familiarize yourself with what your kids are learning in class every day. The class meets from 7:00 - 8:30 PM, on Monday evenings, in the Bible Class Room, and continues for twelve weeks. Babysitting and refreshments are provided.
6:30 - 7:30 AM
MEN ALIVE WEEKLY BIBLE STUDY: All men are invited to join us in the Bible Class Room of the church, led by Ben Schoppe. Food and coffee provided.
Men Alive also meets on the first Saturday of every month in the school cafeteria, from 7am - 9am.
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
WEDNESDAY MORNING BIBLE STUDY: Pastor White leads this class which is currently studying the Epistle of James, in the Bible Class Room, with a break time in the middle. Anyone is welcome.
7:00 - 8:00 PM (first and third Thursday of each month)
Lutheran Confessions Reading Group: This class reads through the Book of Concord and discusses its content in its historical context as well as how it applies to the Church today. This class meets in the Bible Classroom.