Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path. – Psalm 119:105
Adult Spiritual Growth offers a place to form new friendships, GROW in God’s Word and positively impact the world. It is our prayer that the Holy Spirit will Bless you with a desire, a hunger, to be actively reading God’s word and seeking God’s direction on your spiritual journey.
FALL – Small Group Study
Beginning the week of October 20th
God’s Story your story – by Max Lucado
NEW FALL BIBLE STUDY – God’s Story your story, When His becomes yours
by Max Lucado. Begins the Week of Oct 20th.
In this six-session video study, pastor and bestselling author Max Lucado reveals how your life story is part of a grand, overarching narrative, helping you see between the lines to witness God’s hand at work. With contemporary anecdotes and New Testament stories, God’s Story, Your Story traces your Savior’s unchanging, loving pursuit of you through the chaos of life.
Registration forms at church . . . be a part of one of our Small Groups by REGISTERING TODAY! Questions? call the office 320-587-3031.
What is Small Group…
Small groups are the primary means of making a large church seem small. The staff and leadership believes it is important for you to consider joining a small group. Sunday services are great for corporate worship and teaching, but life change happens in small groups. A small group becomes a strong circle of friends that can pray with you, laugh with you, cry with you, grow with you, and hold you accountable to live a life of full devotion to Jesus Christ through outreach and service to others.
Group size varies-usually 6 to 12 people. There can be groups for men, women, singles, married, etc. Groups are not necessarily based on what their members have in common but Whom they have in common—that is Jesus Himself. Groups may meet regularly weekly or bi-weekly, in homes, apartments, church, or in the workplace.
To Join a Small Group, please contact the church office for current Small Group Ministry in session. (320) 587-3031
Sunday Morning Bible Fellowship Hour
September 22 – May 10
Location: Office Conference Room Every Sunday at 8:15 am
Location: Room 207 Upper Level Education Wing Every Sunday I 9:15 am
Current Study – “We the Church: The Priesthood of All Believers Called to Proclaim Jesus as Lord and Savior”
Who loved you enough to bring you to Jesus or to be baptized? Have you ever thought about that? Through video presentations, study of Gods’ Word and group discussion the class will come to a greater understanding of the statement, “We The Church; The Priesthood of All Believers, called to Proclaim Jesus as Lord and Savior”. The class will also look back in history to the time when immigrant communities of German Christians came to America, exploding into a mainline denomination of more than 6,000 congregations, now known as The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS). Beyond the historical context the class will be challenged as it comes to a greater understanding of the role of every believer as part of the Priesthood of All Believers, called to proclaim Jesus as Lord and Savior.
The congregation hosts two opportunities to gather over a cup of coffee, enjoy fellowship and time gathered around God’s Word. The two options allow one to attend Sunday Morning Bible Fellowship and also participate in a Sunday worship service of choice. The theme or topic being studied is listed in both the Sunday Bulletin and Monthly Messenger. Along with fellowship and time in God’s Word, there will be coffee and bakery items each week. We welcome you to join us!
Time In The Word – Noon Soup/Sandwich & Word of God
Location: Peace Center Every Wednesday at 11:45 am I Sept – May
Enjoy lunch along with time in God’s Word every Wednesday beginning in Sept. This tradition continues with Pastor Bode leading the group through meaningful scripture and life application. Lunch is served beginning at 11:45 am with Time in God’s Word beginning at 12:20 pm. The class is structured so you may come and go as your schedule allows. Invite your friends, neighbors and co-workers to along. The cost of the lunch is covered by a free will offering.
Weekly/Biweekly Bible Studies
Peace Lutheran offers a variety of weekly/biweekly Bible Studies which meet in homes, at work or at the church. Included on the list are Women and Men’s Groups, along with Special Interest Groups, including “Promise Keepers”, “Body & Soul” and “Alpha”. Bible Studies are also regularly offered at Evergreen and Prince of Peace Retired Living Center.
Please contact the church office (320) 587-3031 for additional information.
Annual Faith Building Seminar
Peace Lutheran seeks to enhance the spiritual journey of adults from both the congregation and community through its Annual Faith Building Seminar. These seminars focus on topics which are relevant to the life and spiritual growth as a disciple of Jesus.
Please contact the church office (320) 587-3031 for upcoming seminars.
Tuesday Morning Bible Study at Prince of Peace