Announcements

Bible Study: "Unafraid" by Adam Hamilton


 

The link to the free weekly videos for the "Unafraid" study is posted under the Blogs tab on the St. Paul’s website.  A guide for each week’s session will also be posted to download for each lesson. This will include Bible study notes, scriptures, and reflections taken from the Unafraid study book and leader’s guide. Please contact Sue if you would like a study guide sent to you via email.

The session titles for this study include:

Session 1 (Week of May 11): Understanding and Countering Fear

Session 2 (Week of May 18): Crime, Race, Terrorism, and Politics

Session 3 (Week of May 25): Failure, Disappointing Others, Insignificance, and Loneliness

Session 4 (Week of June 1): Apocalypse, Change, Missing Out, and Finances

Session 5 (Week of June 8): Aging, Illness, Dying, and Fear of the Lord




Bible Study: The Eternal King


 

The Adult Bible Class  curriculum offers a detailed examination of a key verse from each lesson.  It encourages personal study of the Scriptures and involvement in the Sunday school lessons.

The theme for the lessons during the month of May is The Eternal King.  Please see below for the lesson titles.

Lesson 1 (May 10) :  One King over All  (Ezekiel 37:15-25)
Lesson 2 (May 17):  A Light for the Gentiles  (Isaiah 49:1-10, 22)
Lesson 3 (May 24):  The Redeemer Will Come  (Isaiah 59:1-4, 15-21)
Lesson 4 (May 31):  The King's Eternal Throne  (Psalm 45:1-17)

A Link for the free video for each lesson, as well as study guide, is posted un the Blogs on the St. Paul's website. 




May Altar Rail Offering


 

MAY ALTAR RAIL MISSION EMPHASIS

The mission emphasis for May is the Lydia Patterson Institute in El Paso. We have contributed to their building fund drives and scholarship programs in the past so many of you will remember that this is the Methodist sponsored 7th through 12th grade private school founded in 1913 by Methodist women's leader Lydia Patterson. The schools founding principle was to provide a top notch education for children from very poor neighborhoods in El Paso and Juarez, and this continues to this day. LPI operates solely on private and church based donations. Students participate in the operation and maintenance of the institute to earn their scholarships and they have an extremely high rate of graduation and college/university attendance. Please join me in continuing to support this wonderful ministry.

Blessings,

Dave Rush




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