Upcoming Bible Study – Christian Apologetics

Biblical beliefs and values are being increasingly questioned and condemned in our society. That can put Christians on the defensive about their faith and their church. How can we become more confident in defending our beliefs when under fire? This study is intended to help! Dr. Berg teaches Apologetics at Wisconsin Lutheran College: He Comments:

We are given the command to “Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have” (1 Peter 3:15). But what does that look like? In this 5 week presentation, we explore the ways Christians have and can speak about their faith to the skeptic. How might a philosopher, a scientist, a lawyer, an historian, or even an artist look at the evidence of God’s existence and  specifically the facts of Christ’s resurrection? Each has a unique vantage point about the same basic fact: Christ rose from the dead and defeated the devil for you and me.

Come join us as Dr. Berg will serve a five week stint as our expert presenter on this important and practical topic.

Date: February 17 – March 17

Time: 8:45 a.m.

Location: Fellowship Hall

Jesus Loves Me Party

Saturday, March 2ND from 10am—1pm

For kids, ages 3K—4th Grade

The Jesus Loves Me party is an outreach event for kids in 3k-4th grade on March 3rd from 10 am – 1pm. Come for a day filled with Bible Stories, activities, lunch, crafts, music & gym time!  Invite friends and neighbors to this FREE event. CLICK HERE to Register to attend.

If you would like to help out with this event in any way CLICK HERE to sign up. You can also contact Julie Ehlers at juliebehlers@gmail.com or 262-623-8785.

 

 

 

 

 

 

February Worship Series

February Worship

Jesus Is the Christ – The Anointed One

In the Old Testament, people were anointed—specially set apart—when they were called to be prophets, priests, and kings. The Hebrew word for those anointed ones is from where we get our English words Messiah and Christ. In some ways, anyone in the Old Testament who was appointed and anointed for a servant task was a messiah or Christ.

But the promises of the Old Testament looked forward to One who was to be not merely a messiah or christ but the Messiah and Christ, the One who would be ordained as God’s chosen Prophet, Priest, and King for his people.

This Epiphany Season, we see Jesus revealed to be that anticipated Messiah and Christ.  He is The Anointed One.

February 3 (Mission Festival) – Anointed to Make Disciples of All Nations

February 10 (Seminary Chorus) – Anointed to Make Missionaries

February 17 (KML Sunday) – Anointed to Bestow Blessings

February 24 – Anointed to Love Even Enemies

March 3 (Transfiguration) – Anointed to Display His Splendor

Time and Talent Survey

The Board of Adult Discipleship is asking each confirmed member to fill out a Time and Talent survey. If you have not already done so please take a few minutes to fill out a survey. There are paper copies available in the church library. Your time and participation is greatly appreciated.

Please CLICK HERE to fill out the survey or print it and drop it off in the church office.

Idols You Never Knew You Had – Sundays @ 8:45am (Sept. 9,16,23,30)

What is an idol?  While we might initially think of golden calves, graven images, and gods named Baal or Buddha, would we agree that an idol is really anything that is more important to us than God?  If so, then idolatry isn’t just a primitive practice from ancient cultures, but it’s a real danger to modern-day Christians. And maybe, just maybe, we have idols in our lives that capture our hearts and absorb our time more than we realize.

In this four-week series, Idols We Never Knew We Had, we’ll seek to identify some of those sneaky present-day idols and, by the power of God’s Word, avoid the spiritual dangers that accompany them.

Day: Sundays (September 9, 16, 23, 30)
Time: 8:45 a.m.
Location: Fellowship Hall