The problem of hunger was a harsh reality in the ancient world. While there is more food to go around in 2019, people still go hungry. How does God want us to deal with this and other problems that go along with poverty? We’ll explore this topic in Bible class.
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Is demon possession real? The Bible speaks about it often, but we don’t see much evidence in modern America. The truth is that the only reason we don’t see much evidence of demon possession these days is because it is more advantageous for the devil to work in other ways. Demons and the spirit world are very real. Join us as we take a look at topic in our Bible class series Ends of the Earth: Snake Girl.
Paul and his evangelist companions get their first look at Philippi, a Roman colony in the continent of Macedonia, modern day Greece. There are a few obvious challenges and opportunities that present themselves. What challenges and opportunities do you face in life? You don’t need to go to a foreign country to find them!
Paul spent 18 years training to be a missionary AFTER he was already a “super jew”. What could he have been doing for 18 years? How long do pastors have to train? We’ll look at the ups and downs of public ministry then and now this Sunday in our video Bible class series: Ends of the Earth.
What is the reason for the season? Jesus! of course. There are a number of other messages trying to grab your attention. Does Santa get a seat at the Christmas tree? Is there room for world peace? We’ll look at some of the Christmas “players” in 2018 and see who should be at the celebration. We answer the question “Why?” this Sunday in our Bible study – the Reason for the Season.
Our God is the Ruler of the Universe. In these Last Days it sure doesn’t look that way. Times are rough for Jesus’ Christians and his church. None of this means that our God is any less powerful than he ever was. We cry as the church has for thousands of years, “Come quickly, Lord!” We worship Christ the King.
Will it be eating lobster and playing your favorite sport? How about enjoying time with your favorite friends and never having to say goodbye? What about no pain, no heartache, no sadness, no cancer, no death? You won’t age, because time will have passed into eternity. It blows my mind. Join us this Sunday following worship as we dig a little deeper into the topic of heaven.
Will the seas climb over the mountains? Will fire fall from heaven? There have been a number of apocalyptic movies in recent history. Are they right? God gives us some details about the end of the world, but he doesn’t tell us everything. We’ll look at what we can and cannot say about the end of the world this Sunday.
Would you climb a mountain to find peace for your soul? What about traveling to a distant country? It might seem hard to believe, but in 2018 the Roman Catholic church is still offering works for satisfaction for sins. Sound confusing? Not only is it confusing, it’s not based on God’s Word. Join us following worship as we sort through the doctrine of justification and the Roman Catholic teaching of indulgence.
What is “All Hallows Eve”? You probably know the day as Halloween. What made this dark holiday such a big deal? Why does our culture bend to this holiday with roots deep in the occult? We’ll answer these questions and more in our Bible study following worship.
God gives us some very specific advise for setting aside a gift for him. Join us as we look at the resources Star of Bethlehem offers and how we can bring our gifts to the Lord. Whether you have never brought an offering to God or have been bringing offerings for your whole life, God has some advice for you.
Our offerings are given to our God. What Star of Bethlehem Lutheran Church does with those offerings is to support public ministry in Winston Salem and the surrounding communities. You can be confident with your gifts because you know what the ministries you are supporting. Need help with a financial problem? Check out these resources and get support! You’re not alone.