“Learning is like breathing: it involves a taking in and processing of experience and a putting out or expression of what is learned.” - David A. Kolb
One way God intensifies His relationship with us is by immersing us in the study of His Word. At St. Luke’s, our identity flows out of activities and conversations centered in God’s Word. We offer opportunities for reflecting, action, thinking and feeling in the context of Christian learning that bring us closer to a deep, personal relationship with Christ.
These communities of learning foster the development of ongoing spiritual growth, deeper relationships and a yearning for more. The goal? To develop a deep abiding sense of God's presence and activity that shows itself in all aspects of life.
Explorations is a class especially intended for adults who are interested in exploring the meaning of faith in Jesus Christ and how they can grow in their faith at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church. The next 12-week session of Explorations begins in August.
Let. It. Go. based on the book by the same name by Karen Ehman
9:30 am, Suites A & B Teachers: Leaders of the Be! Ministry
Join ladies from St. Luke's and learn how to stop running the show and start walking in faith. Come to be encouraged in your daily walk with God.
Wednesday Evening Classes
Run with the Horses based on the book of the same name by Eugene Peterson
6:30 pm, Lutheran Haven Fellowship Hall Teachers: St. Luke's Pastors
In Jeremiah 12:5 God says to the prophet, "If you have raced with men on foot and they have worn you out, how can you compete with horses? If you stumble in safe country, how will you manage in the thickets by the Jordan?" We all long to live life at its best―to fuse freedom and spontaneity with purpose and meaning. Why then do we often find our lives so humdrum, so unadventuresome, so routine? Or else so frantic, so full of activity, but still devoid of fulfillment? How do we learn to risk, to trust, to pursue wholeness and excellence―to run with the horses in the jungle of life? In a series of profound reflections on the life of Jeremiah the prophet, explore the heart of what it means to be fully and genuinely human.