Adult Bible Classes

Sunday Morning Bible Classes

Join us on Sunday morning at 8:20 am in our Fellowship Hall.  Great discussions, spiritual growth, and of!

A Study of I Peter 

Why this Bible Study? Confusion about living in a Fallen world confronts every person (believer or not) and is nothing new. Peter offers timeless, practical advice to all those living on this side of eternity.

Unjust or unexpected suffering usually produces frustration, anger, and uncertainty. Too often in those most difficult moments of our lives, confusion reigns while contentment wanes; questions arise while prayer subsides.

But how does a Christian react when suffering comes? St Peter offers us advice on how to endure and even thrive during those times. Peter’s encouragement to his Christian readers is one of perseverance in faith. It isn’t enough for us to simply get up every morning and trudge through each day; neither is it advisable to fake happiness and ignore troubles. Instead, the lesson of 1 Peter is to push through the troubles, recognizing their temporary presence in our lives while walking as Children of Light.

(Pastor Ehlert 4 sessions) March 12, 19, 26


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(Pastor Mike Dietz - 3 sessions) April 16, 23, 30


Confessions of a Recovering Workaholic

Why this course?  The phrase “work / life balance” has become a part of today’s conversations. What does God tell us about living a life that is pleasing to him?

Do you “work to live” or “live to work?”  We’ll look into God’s Word to see what he has to say about the importance of maintaining as healthy and balanced a life as possible and discuss how we can support one another and members of our congregation in doing so.

(Dr. Mike Pfeifer 2 sessions) May 14, 21