RLC Bible Study
We offer several options for bible study at RLC and scriptures are a central focus of our sermon messages. For more information on these studies, see our Bible Study Groups and Adult Sunday School Class.
Wartburg Seminary Class at RLC
“Engaging the Holy Spirit in the New Testament
Sundays from September 8-October 13, 5-7pm
Dean Nessan (Wartburg) and The Neighborhood Church in Bentonville, AR have developed a course from conversations at the Synod Assembly. Resurrection Lutheran is hoping to generate enough interest to participate in the pilot course, which will be electronic. We will meet at RLC.
Here are the details...
Course Topic: Engaging the Holy Spirit In the NT
Dates: Sundays, Sept 8th - Oct 13 (6 weeks), 5-7pm
Professor: Troy Troftgruben with guest Professor Nate Frambach
Course Topics in the works...
-Who is the Spirit and What Does the Spirit Do? (Basic Intro)
-What Help Does the Spirit Give us? (Spiritual Gifts)
-What Change Does the Spirit Bring About in Us? (Fruits of the Spirit)
-What Practices Help Us Engage the Spirit? (Spiritual Practices) (possible session led by Nate)
-How Do we Listen for the Spirit's Leading? (Spiritual Discernment)
-How Do We Be a Spirit-led People?
Cost: In order to cover overhead of Wartburg Theological Seminary, each participating church is being asked to commit $500 to the pilot course, so that we can get feedback and continue a great relationship with Wartburg Seminary.
This is short notice, but if you are interested, contact Pastor Mark at email@example.com call/text him at 256-230-5387.
Depending on how many are interested, we may ask for about $25 per person to help with costs. If that $25 is a barrier and you would like to attend, talk with Pastor Mark.
We have 20 prayer boxes which we hope to place around the community to collect peoples’ prayers. We will collect them and put them on a prayer Facebook page to share the requests so people can be praying for each other. If you would like to bring a prayer box to your workplace or other place you spend time, and then regularly collect the requests, talk to Pastor Mark or just take one of the boxes.