SERVE - COURAGEOUSLY & GENEROUSLY
OVERFLOWING GOODNESS: Biblical Stories of Courage & Generosity, presented by Dr. Michael Chan, April 7 at 7 PM via Zoom
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LARGE GROUP EVENT; OVERFLOWING GOODNESS: Biblical Stories of Courage & Generosity, presented by Dr. Michael Chan, Wednesday, April 7 at 7 PM via Zoom
MONDAYS April 12, 19, 26, 6:30 PM, MISSION: GLOBAL SERVICE & ACCOMPANIMENT, Deacon Stephanie Anderson-Telschow & Pastor Peter Harrits, Director of Bega Kwa Bega, Tanzania Join Deacon Stephanie Anderson-Telschow and Pastor Peter Harrits for a conversation about our Lutheran call to global service. How do we understand mission? How do we engage in international service? Bring your questions and experience to this conversation about our call to serve the world that God so loves!
TUESDAYS April 13, 20, 27, 7 PM, THE SOUL OF MONEY: Transforming Your Relationships with Money and Life, "A Life-changing Book Study In her book, The Soul of Money, Lynne Twist challenges us to “imbue your money with soul - your soul – and let it stand for who you are, your love, your heart, your word and your humanity.” The Soul of Money helps us to take a good look at our relationship to money. Those of us who have read this book together have found it to be transformative and liberating. Participants can order the book in paperback or electronically. The book study is led by retired Pastor Glenn Taibl.
WEDNESDAYS April 14, 21 and 28, 7 PM; THE POWER OF OUR CHOICES; Each of us has the power to make choices that affect the earth. Join members of St. Andrew’s Environmental Stewardship Team in this three-week LifeU offering as they present background, resources and tips for living in the world in a more environmentally friendly way. Learn better ways to take care of God’s creation! Attend any or all of the classes: April 14, The Power of Our Choices: Home and Transportation, led by Jeff Ledermann and Jeff Riegle; April 21, The Power of Our Choices: Lawn & Garden, led by Cynthia Hammel; April 28, The Power of Our Choices: Food, led by Laurie Windisch.
THURSDAYS April 15, 22, 29, 7 PM; CONTEMPLATIVES IN ACTION: Spiritual Practices that Move Us to Serve, Join Pastor Brian Norsman on Thursday evenings in discovering how contemplative practices fuel our souls and ultimately draw us deeper into the world's needs. Come experience ancient mystics' spiritual practices that uncover our true selves in solitude and stillness. We will discern God's voice in our lives to live out a more authentic life of purpose in the world.
THURSDAY April 29, 10 AM to 12 PM; CELEBRATION OF LIFE CONVERSATION, Are you interested in learning more about how to make end of life decisions that work best for you and your family? Are you helping your parents navigate end of life plans? Take the time now to help plan health, estate planning and memorial options. St. Andrew’s staff and community partners will present on: Memorial service and funeral planning Mapping your end of life choices with Advance Health Care Directives Hospice and palliative care Estate planning: Leaving a legacy of giving
ON-YOUR-OWN PODCAST TO GO; Short on time? Sign up to receive weekly podcasts via email and grow deeper in faith and you listen and learn to live in faith everyday by tending to scripture. Dr. Michael Chan and special guests explore why scripture matters in a world with so many voices.