Reflections

Whole Congregation Fall Bible Study

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To live more like Christ, to love more like Christ, takes fuel for the soul.
We all need fuel; how will you fuel up?

Gas station/pit stop= Reflections Bible Study

The Discipleship Team of First Lutheran Church has been meeting and planning these last several months to explore ways for us to grow relationships and leaders (disciples) in a congregation wide approach using scripture as our anchor. We found the Bible Project’s “Reflections Bible Study” a good fit to start us all off!

Ways to fuel up:

  • Scroll down to watch the weekly video and consider the Reflections prompts on your own (maybe in a journal)
  • Scroll down to watch the weekly video as a family/household and discuss the Reflection prompts together.
  • Form a group or you may join a group that fits your schedule where various facilitators/leaders, will help everyone en-gage in scripture and build friendships. Facilitators will choose the date, time and medium for the meetings so there will be virtual and in-person options.
  • Engage with the Reflections prompts on the First Lutheran Facebook page

“For the Spirit God gave us does not make us timid, but gives us power, love and self-discipline.” -2 Timothy 1:7 (NIV)

Want to Join a Group?

Below is a list of groups that are open for all to join anytime. You can attend the same group weekly or switch groups anytime based on your schedule. You can also attend once, or as often as you like. The choice is yours!

FacilitatorMeeting Day/TimeFormatStarting DateInformation
Julie DeCookSundays 7:00 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.Google Meet (Click Here to Join)Sunday, September 19No prep--just join with a Bible handy
Karen WinnWednesdays 11:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.In-Person @ FLC Room 302Wednesday, September 15No Prep--Bring your favorite Bible
Lori StottlerWednesdays 6:00 p.m.Zoom (Click Here to Join)Wednesday, September 22

Bible Study

Week 2 – September 22: Upside-Down Kingdom

What does it look like for God’s Kingdom to come to Earth? Watch the featured video, reflect on some questions (Click Here), and go deeper into study on your own or with a group.

Week 1 – September 15: Jesus the “I Am”

What does it mean for Jesus to be the “I am?” Watch the featured video, reflect on some questions (Click Here), and go deeper into study on your own or with a group.