Adult Education Portal

Date Topic Link Video Guide
Jan. 24 The Lutheran Difference: Law and Gospel - God's Word: The Law Zoom  View PDF 
Jan. 17 10. Apostle's Creed - The Third Article Zoom   PDF
Jan. 10 CLASS CANCELED      
Jan. 3 9. The Ten Commandments - Fourth (Continued)  Zoom   View  PDF
Dec. 27 CLASS CANCELED      
Dec. 20 CLASS CANCELED       
Dec. 13 8. The Ten Commandments - Fourth    View  PDF
Dec. 6  CLASS CANCELED       
Nov. 29 7. Apostles' Creed - The Second Article   View PDF
Nov. 22 Mission Fest Sunday Presentation at 9:15 AM   View  
Nov. 15 NO CLASS - Congregational Meeting      
Nov. 8 Special Presentation from Tirzah Krey    View  
Nov. 1 6. The Lord's Prayer - Second and Third Petition   View PDF
Oct. 25 5. The Lord's Prayer - Introduction and First Petition   View PDF
Oct. 11 4. Commandments - Two and Three   View PDF
Oct. 4 3. Commandments - Short Preface and The First   View PDF
Sep. 27 2.  Apostles' Creed - Introduction and First Article   View PDF
Sep.  20 1. Introduction and Preface   View  


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The Lutheran Difference Series 

“I just don’t get it.”
“What’s that?”
“You Lutherans say you believe in the Ten Commandments, but you worship on Sunday, not the Jewish Sabbath.”
“But Jesus is our Sabbath rest.”
“So, the Third Commandment no longer applies?”
As Lutherans interact with other Christians, they often find themselves struggling to explain their beliefs and practices. Although many Lutherans have learned the “what” of the doctrines of the church, they do not always have a full scriptural foundation to share the “why.” When confronted with different doctrines, they cannot clearly state their faith, much less understand the differences.

Because of insecurities about explaining particular doctrines or practices, some Lutherans may avoid opportunities to share what they have learned from Christ and His Word. The Lutheran Difference Bible study series will identify how Lutherans differ from other Christians and show from the Bible why Lutherans differ. These studies will prepare Lutherans to share their faith and help non-Lutherans understand the Lutheran difference.