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Sunday Morning Discipleship

Sunday Morning Discipleship

Early Morning Sunday Bible Study, 7:15 am

October 1 - November 12, 2017
Facilitators: Jean Wahlstrom and Marvin Kananen
7:15 am, 322/Conference Room
Want a little more JOY in your life? Imagine sitting in prison and writing about the keys to true joy! That’s where the Apostle Paul was when he wrote his LETTER TO THE PHILIPPIANS. Come, join Jean Wahlstrom and Marvin Kananen as they lead an Early Morning Sunday Bible Study (EMSBS) for seven sessions.
Coffee and some edibles provided. Attendance is never taken and no exams are given, instead we laugh and learn together!.


Discipleship Hour, 9:45 am (unless otherwise noted)
September 24, 2017
Reformation 500: Resourcing Luther and the Reformation
Presenter: Pastor James McEachran
301/Fellowship Hall North
Pastor McEachran will wrap up our series with Luther Resources for fun, devotion and re-creation. 
September 24, 2017
POSTPONED -- Emergency Exercise Drill
Facilitators: Emergency Operations Plan Planning Team
Our Emergency Exercise Drill, which will help prepare for an emergency, will be held at a later date. 
October 1, 2017
Reformation 500: Why Being a Lutheran in the Northwest Matters
Presenter : Marcia Riggers
301/Fellowship Hall North
Marcia Riggers of Seattle University (and a Saint Andrew’s member) will lead us through a discussion on “Why Being Lutheran in the Northwest Matters.” 
October 1 and October 8, 2017
Stepping into The Bible
     (Faith Stepping Stones for Parents of Third Graders)
Facilitators: Lois Nelson and Kari Henderson
check the Sunday bulletin for location

Students are presented with a Bible on October 1 during the 8:30 am worship service. 

October 8 and 15, 2017
Reformation 500: Atonement Theology
Presenter: Dr. Lynn Hofstad
301/Fellowship Hall North
Dr. Lynn Hofstad of Seattle University will lead us through two sessions. At the first we will discuss Atonement Theology: What do we do vs. what does God do for us? We will also explore Martin Luther’s perspective on Atonement Theology. On October 15, Dr. Hofstad will follow up with a feminist critique of Atonement Theology. 
October 15 and October 22, 2017
Stepping into The Stories
     (Faith Stepping Stones for Parents of Kindergarteners)
Facilitators: Lois Nelson and Kari Henderson
check the Sunday bulletin for location

Students are presented with a Story Bible on October 22 during the 11:00 am worship service. 

October 22, 2017
Reformation 500: The Augsburg Confession 
Presenter: Pastor James McEachran
301/Fellowship Hall North
The Augsburg Confession, written in the midst of the Reformation tumult, is the core statement of what Lutherans believe. Pastor McEachran leads us through the sections of this important document of Lutheran theology. 
October 29, 2017
Reformation 500: Celebration
301/Fellowship Hall
Join us for a celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation! 

Date to be determined
Stepping into Adulthood
     (Faith Stepping Stones for Parents of Young Adults)
Facilitators: Dr. Timothy Weber, Lois Nelson and Kari Henderson
322/Conference Room
As part of the Faith Stepping Stones ministry to parents of high school seniors and young adults, we will have sessions throughout the year with Dr. Timothy Weber. Please come to be supported as we continue to explore parenting this age group as they become increasingly independent.  
Check back for the date of the next session.