Join us tonight for Real Life Real God. We will be celebrating the Epiphany of Jesus, the arrival of the Magi. As they brought Jesus gifts, let us bring gifts of food for Good Shepherd mission. Please bring a canned or boxed food to share. We start at 6:15 pm with pizza.
During Real Life Real God, we will spend some time learning and growing about the Reformation on "All Holy's Eve," the eve of "All Hallow's Eve."
We will meet this Wednesday, October 30, 2019 starting at 6:00pm. We will have games, activities, and a little learning as well about the Reformation that Martin Luther started 502 years ago. We will have activities like, "Pin the Thesis on the Door," "Count Your Blessings," and "Meet Martin Luther."
Please join us this Wednesday for Real Life Real God.
How would you like to be in an environment where discussion of tough issues was the norm?
That is what Real Life Real God is all about. We tackle real life issues with the Real God who helps us through the issues.
Join us tonight, starting at 6:00pm, for Real Life Real God. It will be eye opening.
Would you like to discuss what is on your heart and mind? Would you like an opportunity to ask some of the questions you have about life, God, faith, life and life, and so on?
Then join us this coming Wednesday evening starting at 6:00pm. At Real Life Real God, we try to tackle some of life's tougher questions.
We have two adult sessions where high school and college students are welcome along with children's groups. We have also a Pre-school group as well.
Will you join us this Wednesday? I hope so.
Thursday, August 29, 2019
Please don't forget that we are starting up Real Life Real God NEXT WEDNESDAY, September 4th.
It will be a great time to dive into God's Word and begin to answer questions about our Real God who is active in our Real Lives.
So plan on attending Real Life Real God starting at 6:00pm.
We kicked off our new pilot program and had several topics that were discussed! We split into groups based on topics and the conversation began. Topics included music, being spiritual but not religious, and busyness in today's world. We look forward to more discussion next week!