On June 8th the Women's Bible Study group at First Lutheran begins a Kay Arthur 7-session study on Galatians: As the gospel spread across the Roman world in the first decades after Jesus’ earthly ministry, conflict arose. Jews and Gentiles were believing the gospel, and a struggle over what it meant to be a Christian began. What does it mean to live under grace? Do you have to keep the Law to be a Christian? All of it or just part of it? Who is right? How will we know? God used an apostle to write a letter to some churches that were struggling with this issue, a letter that still speaks today. Its message clearly defines the relationship between Law and grace, and how Christians live under grace, led by the Spirit, free from bondage.
This study meets on Thursday mornings in the Fellowship Hall from 9 a.m. to 11:00 a..m.. The cost of the member book is $17. If you are interested in joining this study, contact the church office.