Bulletin (12-24-19 Candlelight Service)
October 2019 Newsletter
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This Week at Peace (10-27-19)
This Week at Peace (11-3-19)
This Week at Peace (11-10-19)
This Week at Peace (11-24-19)
This Week at Peace (12-1-19)
This Week at Peace (12-8-19)
This Week at Peace (12-15-19)
This Week at Peace (12-22-19)
January 2020 Newsletter
February 2020 Newsletter
Onward in Christ: Participating in His Ministry (10-13-19)
Let’s Excel in the Grace of Giving (10-20-19)
Lord, Increase Our Faith (10-27-19)
God’s Judgment Is Right (11-3-19)
The Home of God’s Saints (11-17-19)
The Lion of Judah Roars (11-24-19)
Pray for Your Nation (11-28-19 Thanksgiving)
Christ is Coming – Be Ready (12-1-19)
A Prayer Long Forgotten (12-4-19 Advent 1)
Prepare the Way of the Lord (12-8-19)
The Long-Suffering Prayer (12-11-19 Advent 2)
When There is No Reason to Rejoice… (12-15-19)
The Long-Committed Prayer (12-18-19 Advent 3)
Christmas Eve – The Greatest Gift
Christmas Day – Join in the New Song
Not Here to Stay (12-29-19)
Epiphany Shows Amazing Things (1-5-20)
What’s the Big Deal with Baptism (1-12-20)
God’s Secret Weapon to Rule the World (1-19-20)
Look to the Dawn (1-26-20)
There Will Be Fire (2-2-20)
Continue to Serve the Lord (2-9-20)
God’s Love Changes Us (2-16-20)
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In the “Through the Bible” course series, we have reached the point immediately after Israel transitioned from being a loose federation of tribes into being a united kingdom. The first king was named Saul, and he soon created difficulties for himself. The LORD realized that while Saul was a tall, strong and gallant man who appealed to the people, he was unreliable at carrying out His instructions. The LORD needed to make a change and to choose a new leader. That leader was David.
David was frequently called “a man after the LORD’s own heart,” but David also ran into troubles. He did not always resist temptations, and the LORD had to punish him and the people of Israel for his misdeeds. Unlike Saul, however, David always returned to the LORD, and his life reflects the scenario of sin and repentance that is common in the lives of all believers. How the LORD dealt with him clearly illustrates God’s mercy to his less-than-perfect people. After a lot of trauma and false starts, the Israelite kingdom would finally land in the hands of David’s son Solomon, a man rich and wise in some ways, but very foolish in others. The kingships of David and Solomon were the high point of Israel’s history, and these men also wrote some of what is called the “wisdom literature” of the Old Testament.
The fall semester will be split into three courses of four/five sessions each, which will feature David’s route to the kingship, David’s triumphs and tragedies as king and Solomon’s kingship. Familiar stories will be intermingled with those that are rarely presented.
The class sessions will be about an hour long and will be taught on Thursday evenings at 7:00 pm beginning September 6 in the church library and finishing before the month of December gets too hectic. Dr. Eggert will lead these classes. The textbook will be the Bible (any English translation), supplemented by handouts and PowerPoint displays of key points, maps and illustrations.
This fall is a good point to join these classes, so look at your schedule now and see if you can find a way to fit them in because they will improve your knowledge of the historical setting of many Biblical teachings.
“To The Ends of the Earth” Bible Study Begins Sept. 23rd
Pastor Arndt will kick off Sunday Morning Bible Study on September 23rd between services with a study on the new film “To The Ends of the Earth”. The final film in the series that began with “The Road to Emmaus”, “To The Ends of the Earth” follows Paul on his journey to Philippi as he brings the good news of a savior to people from all walks of life. We will watch the film in the first class and further explore the power of the Gospel for ourselves and all people over the next four Sundays.’
For a seak peak, watch the movie trailer here.
Peace Lutheran Church accepts electronic offerings. These offerings are processed via a company named Vanco. Offerings can be made on a “one time only” or recurring basis. Offerings can be allocated for special projects for both the Church and the School. Using Vanco for electronic offerings requires you to create an online profile on their web site.
The offering is not an obligation of what we “should” do. It is a free and willing expression of gratitude to God for all that He has done for us. As convinced Christians, we give Him our best because He has given us His best. Visitors need not feel obliged to participate in this offering.
To make an online offering to Peace, please click here.
You can now make a contribution to our church through a mobile app! To get started, download GivePlus Church for free from the App Store or Google Play. Simply search for “GivePlus Church” to quickly find and download the app today. Then, you can easily make donations directly from your smartphone using your debit/credit card or checking/savings account. You can also choose to donate as a guest or set up an account that allows you to securely and conveniently schedule recurring donations and manage and review your giving history. We hope you enjoy this new way to contribute to our ministry, and thank you for your support.
Have you made a contribution through our new texting service? You can make weekly offerings, respond to special appeals or set up a recurring contribution by sending a text to (608)480-1612. You can conveniently give to the church even when you’re away, or don’t have cash or checks with you. It’s simple and secure. It takes just a minute to sign up and support the church. So, we hope you’ll try this easy, modern way to give. Thank you for your continued generosity.
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