|703-858-9254||Our Savior's Way Lutheran Church||43115 Waxpool Road
Ashburn, VA 20148
This class will discuss the basics of the Christian faith from the Lutheran
perspective. It is a 'next step' for those who have attended FIRSTConnect
and are interested in joining Our Savior's Way, as well as for members
who wish to review and renew their understanding of what is means
to be a Lutheran.
Led by Pastor Weichmann
March 24 - (Palm Sunday) - Review of Not a Fan and Overview of Colossians
March 31 - (Easter) - NO MEETING
April 7 - Colossians Study 1
April 14 - Colossians Study 3
April 21 - Colossians Study 4
April 28 - Colossians Study 5
May 5 - Colossians Study 6
May 12 - Colossians Study 7
May 19 - Colossians Study 8
May 26 - (Memorial Day) - NO MEETING
June 2 - Colossians Study 9
Where: Fellowship Hall
Led by Bill Pfancuff
Where: Room LL3
Led by Dave Odom
Have you ever struggled with when to say yes or how to say no? Have you ever wanted to take control of your life and establish healthier boundaries and healthier relationships? Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend discuss the biblical understanding of boundaries and how to implement healthy boundaries to establish healthy relationships in our families, in our neighborhoods and in our work places. Boundaries like fences create healthy spaces between ourselves and those around us. We invite you to come and join us as we talk about how to apply the teachings of Christ to our daily lives, when to say yes and how to say no.
Led by Ben Scarboro and Luanne Flom
Pastor Peterson will begin a class on the Book of Psalms this Sunday, April 7th at 11:00 a.m. This is one of the most moving books in the entire Bible, filled with passionate prayers that teach us about faith in good times and bad. The Psalms teach us who God is and how to talk with Him. When Jesus was on the cross and searching for strength, of all the scriptures, he drew upon the Psalms for strength, praying them out loud. Join us as rediscover the power of the Psalms for our life today.
Led by Pastor Peterson
More information can be found in the Sunday bulletin or the monthly newsletter.