Adult Bible Studies

"All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction,and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be competent, equipped for every good work."
 - 2 Timothy 3:16-17


Christ Have Mercy Bible Study

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This study meets on the 4th Tuesday of month at 9:00 am in the New Fellowship Hall. While there are many themes in this gospel, there are two major themes that will [be] discussed throughout this study. It is intended for individuals who desire to develop a deeper understanding of Lutheran doctrine and the various other Christian religions found in the world. This study centers around the book, "Christ, have mercy!" by Matthew C. Harrison.

Accompany Book Summary:  For two millennia Christians have echoed the pleas of blind men and beggars, "Christ, have mercy!" These words are part of the historic liturgy (the Kyrie) and have been sighed on deathbeds and in sick rooms and after natural and man-made disasters. But what does it mean to ask our Lord and Savior for mercy? and what about Christ's command to be merciful, even as God has been merciful to us? Through Scripture study, real-life experiences, and the writings of Lutheran Church Fathers, Christ Have Mercy urges Christians to consider the innumerable opportunities we have to show mercy—to fellow Christians and to anyone God places in our path. 

Gospel of Luke Bible Study

This Bible study meets on Thursday mornings at 9:00 am in the Old Fellowship Hall. This study is intended for any individual who has a desire of learning more about the various Biblical themes that are found in the Gospel of Luke. While there are many themes in this gospel, there are two major themes that will discussed throughout this study. The first is Luke’s Gospel as a Christology, that is, a record of who Jesus is and what He came to do. Luke’s purpose is so that Theophilus will have certainty about the Gospel he learned through catechesis. And this explanation to Theophilus is also for us. God is speaking to us the trinitarian plan of salvation coming to fulfillment in the very person of Jesus Christ. The second theme is a sacramental theme.  Luke didn’t write his gospel simply to record the events of Jesus’ life death, resurrection, and ascension. He recorded events “that have to come to fulfilment among us” (1:1), because the promises of the Old Testament are enfleshed in Jesus of Nazareth and completed in Him, and these promises continue to be enfleshed and fulfilled in the ongoing sacramental life of the church.

Lutheran Difference Bible Study

This bible study meets on Wednesday nights at 6:30 pm in the New Fellowship Hall. It is intended for Image resultindividuals who desire to develop a deeper understanding Lutheran doctrine and the various other Christian religions found in the world. This study centers the book, "The Lutheran Difference: An Explanation & Comparison of Christian Beliefs."

Accompany Book Summary: It demonstrates how Luther understood the Psalter as a Christ-centered book and how he used the psalms as the model for Christian prayer. Luther classifies each psalm as a psalm of prophecy, instruction, comfort, prayer, or thanksgiving and applies the message of the text to the life lived under the cross. Luther also Connects the psalms to the Ten Commandments and the petitions of the Lord's Prayer. For Luther, all aspects of the Christian's life, including the Psalms, relate to Christ and His Gospel of forgiveness, life, and salvation. 

Men's Breakfast Bible Study

This bible study meets on every other Saturday of the month beginning at 7:30 am, however, many of the men get their earlier for fellowship. Normally each man brings some sort of breakfast type food to share. Though this is not a requirement to attend. Currently, and for some time now, we have been working our way through the lectionary readings for that given Sunday’s Divine Service. We have a grand time with each other and with God’s Holy Word. A good time is had by all.  

The Book of Proverbs 

This bible study meets on Sunday Mornings at 9:15 am in the New Fellowship. It is intended for individuals who wish to enhance their understanding of the Word of God particularly the Book of Proverbs.  This Bible class is open for youth and adults to attend and participate.  Coffee and breakfast type foods are provided.  The text book for this class is the the Bible if you don't have a Bible one can be provided for you.  

Rooted in Christ Bible Study

Rooted in Christ meets on Sunday afternoons at 12:30 pm in the Old Fellowship Hall. It is an intensive study on the Bible, Catechism, and Hymnal of the Church for the spiritual renewal of our adult members, all new members of the congregation, perspective members, and for those who simply want to learn more about what we believe and why we worship the way we do. From cradle to grave, we draw on the riches of Christ in order to embody the human creatures that we are and the joy that God has reclaimed us to be in the midst of all seasons of life. 
All accompany book summaries were take from Concordia Publishing House's website.