Adult Bible Study and Scripture websites

TUESDAY BIBLE STUDY

    The Tuesday Bible study will begin a new study on March 26, we will study the book of Hebrews. Hebrews is an incredible book written to the Jews who were evaluating Jesus and struggling with this new faith. It talks about how the old Judiasm and the new Christianity are both religions reveled by, God but Christianity surpasses Judiasm.  It encourages us to follow Christ, to hold on to our faith and to look forward to Christ’s return.
 

On Tuesday April 16, we will break from Hebrews to view the DVD “The True Easter Story-The Promise Kept”. The DVD discusses the true depth of the Easter story as it begins 2000 years earlier with a promise between Abraham and Almighty God. On April 23 we will continue our discussion of Hebrews. This Bible Study is open to all who are interested in better understanding Scripture.  Tuesdays/ 9:15 am Westview Acres, Fireside Room – OR – 7:00 pm Faith Lutheran, Fireside Room

For more information or questions contact Mary Westlund (952)657-2239 or Email HERE
Scripture websites
 
The Text This Week Read the Scripture readings for the (lectionary) week. This is also a wonderful resource for Scripture study. “The Text This Week” is an ecumenical site featuring material from many different Christian denominations.    TextWeek.com
 
Enter the Bible Resources to help you grow in your faith, add depth to your Bible studies and truly discover the people, places and events of the Bible. “Enter the Bible” is a site from Luther Seminary.     EnterTheBible.org
 
Book of Faith The purpose of the Book of Faith Initiative is to increase Biblical literacy and fluency for the sake of the world. This site has many resources for Bible studies.“Book of Faith” is a site from the ELCA and Augsburg Fortress. Click here to learn more!
 
Working Preacher An in depth look at the Scripture readings for the (lectionary) week. The Bible commentaries are provided by some of the top Biblical scholars around the world. “Working Preacher” is a site from Luther Seminary.  WorkingPreacher.org