Sunday Morning Bible Class 

Throughout all of Holy Scripture, there is an overarching theme of death versus life. At times, this is played out in the physical sense. People die and people are given new life, or resurrected. Moreover, the theme of death versus life finds its culmination in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. He is forsaken by His Father and killed in the body. He is loved by His Father and raised in the body.

However, each instance of death versus life also has a deeper meaning. There is not only a battle between physical death and life, but also between spiritual death and life. Every biblical example of death with an ensuing resurrection serves to remind us of what happens to us and every Christian. We are all spiritually dead, yet in Jesus Christ and through His death and resurrection, we, once dead human beings, are resurrected and made children of God. Join us on Sunday mornings at 9 am for Resurrections. You may also watch the Bible class live each week on Lake Oconee Lutheran Church’s Facebook page. You will be able to watch and listen on Facebook, but not directly participate in the discussion.

Mid-Week Bible Class 

The religious leaders in Judea had questioned the ministry of John the Baptist and worried about his influence. But after they heard Jesus’ teaching, they knew they were in for trouble. Jesus taught with great boldness and challenged people’s assumptions in simple language. Yet, many of Jesus’ sayings invite the deepest reflection because they expound the eternal mysteries of the faith. The central purpose of the Gospel of John is stated by John himself: “This is written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in His name.” (20:31) Join us on Zoom every Wednesday at 10:30am as we read through the Gospel of John and see that even now, Jesus–the Word made flesh–is working for your blessing (5:17) and preparing an eternal home for you (14:1-3

On Wednesday mornings at 10:30 am, join us on Zoom for a Bible study where we are examining the Apostles’ Creed, and through it, our faith itself. [Call the church office for the pertinent ZOOM information] 

Women’s Bible Study

The devotional Life by Lisa Harper shows us the Gospel is truly Good News for your actual, every day, sometimes painful or difficult life. It’s a reminder that God’s faithfulness follows us through the harried, hard and humorous things in life. Join us anytime for this conversational series.  Women’s bible study meets Tuesdays from 10am-11:15am