Trinity Lutheran Church of Freistadt has many offereings for opportunities to grow in His Word and fellowship with other women.
Choose one that fits best in your life! Come when you can.
Using Titus 2 as a guide, seasoned author Susan Hunt casts a biblical vision of what the church can be when women invest in vibrant relationships with one another. Featuring inspiring stories from the Bible and from women today who have faithfully embraced Scripture's command, this book offers readers an abundance of practical insights, ministry-tested how-to's, and personal encouragement.
THREE STUDY OPPORTUNITIES!
- Wednesday Evenings 6:30-7:30 pm beginning September 26th; Led and hosted by Lori Scheck (N95 W16192 Cheyenne Drive Menomonee Falls)
- Thursday Mornings 8:00 am beginning September 20th; Led by Beth Dieringer (Trinity Gathering Room)
- Friday Mornings 8:30 am beginning September 21st; Led by Lori Scheck (Trinity Gathering Room)
Balance: Christ Filled Living
This study is authored by Kay Meyer, founder and president of Family Shield Ministries and host of Family Shield, a weekly radio program. In it, she addresses six essential topics:
-Knowing Jesus gives my life balance
-Prayer gives my life balance
-Balance when life seems overwhelming
-My life has balance because God keeps His promises
-Encouragement and contentment give my life balance
-Serving and sharing Christ gives my life balance
Wednesday Mornings 9:00 am beginning September 12th; Led by Marjorie Kreienbrink (Trinity Gathering Room)
Pauls' Letter to the Romans
Join this group as they explore the second half of Paul's letter to Romans.
In the latter half of Romans, Paul reminds us that we are children of the promise through faith in Christ; that through faith, Gentiles have been "grafted in" to the status of God's chosen people of Israel; and that we are now to offer our very selves as living sacrifices to GOd, holy and pleasing to Him.
Thursday Evenings 6:30 pm beginning September 6th; Led by Lisa Mudge (Trinity Upper Confernce Room - in the hallway leading up to the lower grade classrooms)