Complete List of Bible Studies at Good Shepherd's Church
Children and Teens
Junior Youth Group
These children meet Sundays at 9:15am September through May.
Location: school building.
Teens meet on the second Sunday of the month and for special events.
Bible studies are held throughout the week on various topics and in several styles and formats. Come every week or just once in a while. While the content of most studies is aimed at adults, teens and children are also welcome to attend. It is up to the parent to decide if the topic is appropriate for their children. The church fellowship hall and church meeting room, located on the lower level, can be reached through the church entryway via the stairs or the elevator. Click on the blue links for each Bible study listing to view more details about current and future topics. Please note that some studies do not meet during the summer.
Sunday morning studies have been recorded.
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Flexible Scheduling Available
Bible Information Class
What are the main teachings of the Bible? What is the purpose of life? Why is there pain and suffering in the world? Where did the Bible come from and can it be trusted?
Led by our pastor. All members of Good Shepherd's are encouraged to take this course to review the chief teachings of the Christian faith. This course also prepares any participant for church membership, but there is no obligation to become a member.
Location: church meeting room, church's lower level
Sundays 9:15-10:15 AM
Each topic is usually taught by a guest pastor, professor, or teacher.
Location: church fellowship hall.
Wednesdays 1:00-2:00 PM
Brew and Bible
Bible study focusing on a select book of the Bible or Bible-related topic. Study meets September through May.
Location: church fellowship hall.
Wednesdays 7:00-8:00 PM
Women's Midweek Study
Bible study for women and taught by women. Study meets September through May, except during Advent and Lent.
Location: church meeting room
Thursdays 10:00-11:00 AM
Bible study for seniors, although anyone is welcome to attend. Study meets September through May.
Senior Topics Location: church fellowship hall
Thursdays 7:00-8:00 PM
Led by our pastor or guest leader. Meets September - May.
Location: church fellowship hall
Road to Emmaus Movie and DVD (with Bible Studies)
Journey with several first century travelers. Hear ancient Biblical mysteries revealed. Learn why the life and death of Jesus is so important to you today. "A powerful and compelling film." This 30 minute film follows the story of Luke 24:13-49 and imagines what the conversation between Jesus and his two disciples might have been. The movie draws from actual Biblical accounts and passages found throughout the Scriptures to build this conversation.
Come Follow Me Movie and DVD (with Bible Studies)
Come Follow Me is a movie that depicts what it means to be a disciple, a follower of Jesus. The movie recounts the experience of the Apostle Peter—his misunderstanding, denial, doubts, and fears. The answer for Peter is Jesus who assures his disciple of forgiveness through his death on the cross and resurrection from the dead. The way for Peter to be a follower of Jesus is found in the power and promises of Jesus’ word. In the same way as it is for us. The movie dramatizes Peter’s progression from the denier before the crucifixion to the preacher of repentance and salvation at Pentecost. Recalling Jesus’ invitation to Peter and others to follow him and become fishers of men, the film is entitled Come Follow Me.
My Son, My Savior Movie and DVD (with Bible Studies)
Only one woman had the unique privilege to call Jesus her son. Mary was blessed to be the mother of the Savior who was sent by God to rescue the world from sin and death. Watch as Mary experiences the miracle of Jesus' coming and humbly grows in the understanding that her son is also her Savior. The good news is that Jesus is your Savior too.
To The Ends of the Earth Movie and DVD (with Bible Studies)
The film follows Paul's remarkable visit to the city of Philippi, recorded in Acts 16. Viewers will see how Paul connected with people from all walks of life, demonstrating that the good news of Jesus is indeed for all people—to the very ends of the earth.
End Times: Old and New Testament Prophecies of the End Times
The End Times is where all of us are headed, along with the whole world. Is this cause for fear – or comfort? We'll spend time reviewing topics like death, the signs of the end, the end of the world, Judgment Day, and Eternity. Beliefs about the End Times can be confusing! What comes to your mind when you hear words like the Antichrist, the Rapture, the Millennium, the Tribulation, or Armageddon? These words – and the meaning of the words – have become the cause for a lot of confusion and concern among Christians. We'll take the time to examine how different people use these terms. We can help others understand the End Times better. This kind of study can help us get a better grasp on events between now and the end of the world. And it can help us understand why some people end up misunderstanding features and events of the End Time. And then? We can better explain to others what we believe, why we believe it, and how this is important to all of us. And keep it centered in Christ and filled with love.
Joyful Thanks Living
What is the Place of God in Daily Life?
This 10 part Bible study on Christian stewardship looks at how the Bible answers this question and others like:
-- What does it mean to worship God?
-- How much of my money should I give to God?
-- Should I give till it hurts?
-- Does God need my money?
Millions of Years
This video compares evolution and creation, looks at a few of the scientific problems evolution faces,
and shows why evolution is incompatible with the Christian faith.
WELS Adult Discipleship offers LIVE online Bible studies for use by congregations, small groups, or individuals to serve as a mid-week Bible study. Learn about the Bible with brothers and sisters in faith from around the country. Archived studies are also available.
Interactive Studies (Flash Required)
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