Through Luke’s stories, the invisible are seen and the voiceless are given a voice. Luke wants us to know that God is doing a new thing—that He has a different approach!
Join us tomorrow, January 9, 6-8 p.m., in Memorial Hall, as we discuss different ways for parents to be the spiritual leaders of their families and how to be involved in their children’s faith development that includes modeling daily Bible reading, participating in Sunday school classes, and discussing faith topics at home. We will have dinner, talk about the Bible Made Simple class, hand out Bibles, and have fun with families! To sign up or for more information, contact Nina Verbanaz, email@example.com.
In February 2019, the United Methodist Church will have a Special Called Session of General Conference. It will take place in St. Louis. The purpose of the session is to address an enduring debate within the church on homosexuality and its relationship to marriage, ordination, and its teaching of the Gospel. Pastors Jake Hotchkiss and Jason Leininger have written a booklet, “Generous Spirit – Strong Convictions; a pastoral word on human sexuality.” They will lead a discussion from 6:00 to 7:30 in Memorial Hall as follows: Jan. 13 – Chapters 1 & 2 / Jan. 20 – Chapter 3 / Jan. 27 – Chapter 4 and General Conference prayer. They will speak to where we are at, the witness of Scripture, and possibilities before the Church. You can pick up a copy of the book in the foyer. A $5 contribution helps cover the costs. (On Kindle too).
We talk a lot here about the importance of being in Christian community. But for some, it’s hard to imagine why we care so much about it. The idea of sacrificing time, meeting in a stranger’s home, and “getting spiritual” just doesn’t sound fun. So, we created The Living Room to give you a chance to try it out, without any long-term commitments. Join us on Wednesday, January 16, 6:30–8:00 p.m., in the Fellowship Center. For more information, contact Pastor Jake Hotchkiss, firstname.lastname@example.org.
An exciting way of reading the Bible with new understanding.
Revolutionize your reading of the Bible with “The Bible Made Simple,” an interactive class experience with fresh insights for Bible newbies, as well as seasoned saints. Engage Scripture with new understanding and enthusiasm—Wednesdays, January 16–April 3 at 6:30 p.m. in the Outreach Center. Cost of workbook is $10. Sign up for your place at the table by contacting Jeff Fugitt, email@example.com.
Have you, or someone you know, gotten off track in life or work?
Have you, or someone you know, gotten off track in life or work? The next Jobs for Life course starts on Tuesday, January 15 from 7 to 9 p.m. To register as a student, become a champion, or volunteer to drive the van, contact Scott Warren at (417) 766-8812 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get peace, healing, and freedom in your relationships and finances
Faith and Finances is a 12-week class that equips low and fixed-income individuals and families with Biblical money principles. If you want to get and stay relationally and financially healthy, this is the class for you.
January 16 – April 3
Wednesdays at 6:00PM
Join Pastor Bob for some BBQ and a brief intro to Schweitzer
Are you new to Schweitzer? Pastor Bob would like to invite you to join him, along with the other pastors, for Barbecue w/ Bob on Sunday, January 20, 12noon-1:30PM, in Memorial Hall. City Butcher caters the luncheon, so you will get to enjoy some great food, along with a tour of our campus. You will have the opportunity to learn more about our classes, kids’ ministry, youth ministry, outreach ministries, and more! Childcare is provided.