Winter Adult Bible Study

Those who live according to the sinful nature have their minds set on what that nature desires; but those who live in accordance with the Spirit have their minds set on what the Spirit desires.

Romans 8:5

Can we as Christians seek happiness through self-control? So many self-help books proclaim a perfect method, discovered by the author, that really works. But first, is it truly biblical? And second, does it balance Law & Gospel? Obedience and service to others begins in the Word of God. There are some misbeliefs about self-control that need to be dismantled. Then, “old habits” can be reformed into healthy , new habits. We’ll examine the…

purpose, preparation, plan, and perseverance

for self-control offered by the inspired writers under God’s direction.

Beginning of the End: Fall Adult Bible Study


Almost every day people comment about how troubled they are about trends in our country: increased violence, immorality and selfishness.
For the first time in a decade, we’re back into the book of Revelation to hear what the Spirit shared with the Apostle John. We’ll watch the Lamb open the seals of judgment and call the trumpets to sound forth. We’ll also see how the Lion of Judah (Jesus) is woven into every theme and every victory described in Revelation 6-9. This study will be taught by our Pastoral Team in the Sanctuary.  Child care is available.


September 9 – November 25
Sundays @ 9:15am


The Sanctuary

Join us!

“A Labor of Love” Marriage Bible Study


Sunday mornings at 9:15 am

September 9, 16, 23 & 30 – October 14, 21 & 28 – November 4


Led by Staff Minister Tom Hering, this eight-week class will encourage discussion while exploring a variety of topics for husbands and wives.


 Mr. Grulke’s classroom off the Family Life Center upper lobby.


 “Be devoted to one another in love. Honor one another above yourselves.” Romans 12:10

Advice from a Mission Counselor – Spring Sunday Bible Study

Anyone who goes to church expecting to meet a group of perfect, loving people is in for a surprise. Paul knew any Christian, especially a young pastor like Timothy, could be bitterly disappointed, frustrated and burned out from the pettiness, selfishness and sinfulness of the people in his church. So he reminded his young friend — and us — of the enormous transition God worked in his own life, taking him from being a murderer of Christians, to a powerful apostle and missionary.

Here’s solid counsel from the man chosen and instructed by Jesus himself to be a missionary.

Child care will be provided for ages 0-3. Sunday School is available for all other ages.

April 29 to June 10

The Plan – Special Two-Part Bible Study


Old Testament: February 20 & March 13,  7:00-8:30 pm

New Testament: March 5, 19 & 20,  7:00-8:30 pm


Our Savior Church Office Classroom


This study is designed to harmonize the Old & New testament themes into one view of God’s Plan. He promised and he has delivered us by the sacrificial offering of his own Son. Through the lens of our GOD’S WAYS Study, this review will help you grasp the big picture of salvation.

Arrange your own schedule – come in February or March, on Mondays or Tuesdays. Contact the church office for more info.

These are written that you may believe
that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that
by believing you may have life in his name.

Songs for the Sorrowful – Adult Lent Bible Study 2018


Sundays, February 25 – April 22 at 9:15 am


Church Fellowship Hall


Sorrow can flood into our life at any given moment.  It comes from loss – of life, of dreams, of control, of relationship.

Lent is the public way that we Christians deal with sorrow and grief, because it draws us into the suffering of our savior.  He bound himself to us, unto death.  He knows our weakness as human, and yet he has provided a solution.

Among the most emotive writers in Scripture, King David produced thousands of songs, many of which are recorded in Scripture as Psalms.  During this time of sorrow as we watch Jesus walk the road of our suffering, his penitential Psalms can talk to us and teach us how faith sees the journey to the cross.

Child care will be provided for ages 0-3.  Sunday School is available for all other ages.



Timely Topics, Timeless Truths: Winter Adult Bible Class


Does it seem like you’re swimming upstream against the rushing river of society’s thinking? You believe one thing, but so many around you at your work, school, and in your neighborhood, and so many influential people that you hear or read about, believe something foreign to your faith. How are you going to speak intelligently, and yet faithfully and lovingly hold to God’s Word, on matters that everyone is talking about today?

Our new study, Timely Topics, Timeless Truths, brings today’s challenging issues out into the open where we can become educated on the topics, see guidance from God’s Word, and become prepared to speak the truth in a spirit of Christian love.


November 12 – December 10th

Sunday Mornings @ 9:15am


Our Savior Fellowship Hall (Lower Level)

Childcare or Sunday School is provided


The WORD Endures: Fall Adult Bible Class

Master teachers are a rare find.  Their teachings transcend centuries and impact learners well after them.  Martin Luther was a teacher from whom we can still learn lessons about prayer, marriage and freedom.  In 1530 the Reformation of the Christian church was in full swing. Martin Luther’s popularity had pushed his writings to the top of the best-seller list. What if you had a chance to hear him speak? What if you could sit at the feet of this scholar of Scripture who taught crowds of not just princes but also peasants? You can… in this study. Join us at the feet of Luther!


September 10 – November 5th
Sunday Mornings @ 9:15am


Our Savior Fellowship Hall (Lower Level)


Lesson 1     Christian Freedom in the Cause of Reform

Lesson 2     Teach the Word to Children

Lesson 3     Appreciate the Role of the Old Testament Law

Lesson 4     Good Works

Lesson 5     Conversion and the Will

Lesson 6     Prayer

Lesson 7     Marriage

Lesson 8     Lord’s Supper