Beginning January 6, 2019
During the last twenty centuries, in hundreds of nations, Christianity has flourished – then atrophied. Local churches thrive with vitality for a season. Then, over time, many plateau, decline and lose impact. Christianity fades and becomes marginalized. Secularization creeps in, and thriving nations become increasingly troubled. The value of life disintegrates.
Likewise, there are many documented movements in which God has reversed the decline among receptive people. It begins with an “awakening,” a wake-up call among Christians and their churches. They reclaim the essence of the New Testament church. What follows is often called a “revival.” God moves in the land. Christianity spreads rapidly. Many become believers. The nation benefits. How does this movement begin? How can the power of the church be restored?
You don’t want to miss this! Beginning January 6, we will use our small group time through early April to discover what it means to be living in and under God’s Kingdom as we search out just what His reign means for us. Come and join us! Groups meet Sunday during Sunday School, Monday mornings at 10 in Luther Hall, and Wednesday evenings, with dinner at 6:15 and group at 7. Other times and days may be started if demand is sufficient. Talk to Pastor Pat for details.
Sermons by Pastor Pat related to Who Broke My Church
Small Group meeting schedule:
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Church Sanctuary Narthex
Monday 10:00 a.m. Luther Hall adjacent to Early Learning Center
Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Luther Hall (6:15 p.m. Small Group shared supper)
"Daystar shine down on me, let your love shine through me in the night" ...Watch here
Author: Jason Crabb
I was stirred at the last Annual Gathering of the Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ, the LCMC of which we are a part, particularly by the keynote speaker, and author of the book Who Broke My Church, Kent Hunter..... Pastor Pat Fitzgerald
To prepare for the study, you can view Kent’s and his associate Tracee Swank’s keynote addresses at the LCMC October 2018 Annual Gathering in the videos posted below.
LCMC Presentation #1 Mark Vander Tuig
LCMC Presentation #2 Tracee Swank
LCMC Presentation #3 Dr. Kent Hunter