Sunday Morning Bible Class
NOW ONLINE AND IN PERSON! Both campuses of Redeemer Lutheran Church will offer Sunday Morning Adult Bible Class beginning September 13. The classes will run from 9:30 to 10:30 am, and be available both in person and online. Join Pastors Koenig and Bartholomew as they lead us in the following discussion-based studies.
The Formula of Concord
The core and source of our faith as Christians is Jesus Christ, and his written word to us, the Bible! Because errors and false teachings so easily slip into the church, it has been necessary for the Church to come together and better define what we believe, teach, and confess through creeds and confessions of the faith. These documents serve as a lens through which we then are able to see and understand scripture more clearly. One of these documents in our Lutheran Christian history is known as the Formula of Concord. Join us this Fall (Beginning September 13th) as we take a closer look at this document, and what it means to boldly confess Christ in our present time as well!
Weekly Participation Guides
The Letter to the Ephesians
As God's children we have everything we could ever need for daily life. Yet we often miss these riches because we don't know what they are. In this study on Paul’s letter to the Ephesians, Pastor Bartholomew will help you discover practical and fulfilling truths for your journey. There's nothing you can't handle in Christ. This study will be shared both in person at the Springfield campus and online via Facebook Live.
Sunday School for the Whole Family
If you have children, please come with your kids to Family LIFT: Living In Faith Together, led by Pastor Steve Moser and Hannah Hayden beginning September 13. On Sunday mornings at 9:30, each household will gather at their own table – at church or at home – and following the example of Acts 2:42 (look it up!), will enjoy:
- Breaking bread together (snack time)
- Studying God’s Word together (reading and discussing the Bible)
- Playing together (a fun family activity that reinforces the day’s lesson)
- Praying together (including God in our family conversation)
Family LIFT will draw you and your children closer to God and to each other. Families not yet comfortable with entering the building can participate live from their homes via Zoom. For more information or to receive a Zoom invitation, please contact the church office.
THAT is how we will start making a difference in our families, our community and our world.
As part of our commitment to provide all members with a well-rounded understanding of God’s Word, we will annually provide at least one class in each of the following:
- NT Studies: A synoptic Gospel1, Acts or a Pauline epistle2, John or a general epistle3
- OT Studies: History4, wisdom & poetry5, prophecy6
- Theological Foundations: Doctrine overview, the confessions, a Lutheran teaching
- Life Application: Witnessing, personal devotional life, coping skills
- Theological Topics: History, current issues, other religions
- Relationship Application: Parenting, marriage, living single
Every three years: Genesis or Exodus, John, Romans or Galatians, NT Overview, OT Overview, Hermeneutics, Reformation History
- Synoptic Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke
- Pauline Epistles: Romans – Philemon
- General Epistles: Hebrews – Revelation
- History: Genesis – Esther
- Wisdom: Job - Song of Solomon
- 6Prophets: Isaiah – Malachi
Springfield Campus Current Classes
Leader: Tom Benson
Location: Room 116 (6th Grade)
This letter by the Apostle John is often looked at with confusion and fear – but it was actually written to bring comfort and assurance to God’s people. Come learn the true meaning of Revelation and be filled with joy!
Nixa Campus Current Classes
"Journey from Unbelief to Faith"
Sundays 9:30 AM - Through the end of February
In this new year, as we celebrate our baptismal identity in Christ Jesus, we are beginning a 4 week Study on Sunday mornings at the Nixa campus. Join us as we hear the stories of 4 different individuals who were deep in the darkness of unbelief, but who by the grace and mercy of God came to faith in the light of the world - Jesus himself. As we hear about their journeys, we are sure to learn more about our own journey of faith as well. See you all this Sunday!