Help is needed to prepare and provide meals for the Habitat Build workers. Are you able to help by either preparing food, or serving once or twice? Sign up below and put your date preference in the Name line.
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Other opportunities to help with the Habitat build can be found here: http://sheridanlutheran.org/get_involved/events
This five week study invites us to answer the question, “What does God expect of us?” Is our faith just about going to church, studying the Bible and avoiding the most serious sins – or does God expect more? Richard Sterns, president of World Vision, one of the world’s premier relief and development organizations for the poor, attempts to answer this question with words and experiences of faith.
The letters of the infernal Screwtape, a senior devil, from a highly-organized, computerized Hell, deftly instructs his nephew, Wormwood, a junior demon, in the art of winning over a young man's soul. Not a sudden fall into mortal sin, but by routine and undramatic temptation of daily life. There is a presentation at the Lied Center on April 6 entitled: C.S. Lewis: The Screwtape Letters.
Far from the children’s tales depicted in story books, the men and women highlighted in the Bible were unnervingly real. They faltered. They struggled. And at times, they fell short. Yet God worked through them in surprising and incredible ways to accomplish His purposes in the World. Join Pastor Eric in this ten-week series which takes a historical look at twelve men and women in their own times and cultures. In doing so, it will become clear how their dramatic stories apply to us today and what kind of people God uses to accomplish His work.
College preparation is complex. How can you help provide for your child's education without sacrificing your retirement savings or overburdening your child with debt? How soon should you start planning for your child's college education? College Matters is a free educational workshop specifically designed for parents of elementary, middle and high school students. This 90 minute workshop will help parents learn ways to avoid costly mistakes when selecting a college, help save money by using admission and academic strategies and discover college funding sources.