Beginning on Thursday, January 28th, Grace will conduct a 6-week in-depth study of the book of Romans. This letter of Paul is work upon which much of our faith as Christians and Lutherans is anchored. This book is challenging and intriguing. Paul’s letter to the Romans is very different than any of his other letters. Paul addresses many of the important questions that arise when one considers the relationship between God and creation, as well as topics such as salvation and grace. Participants will engage in vibrant discussion around each of these topics in the course.
- What must I do to be saved? (Romans 3:9-31)
- Saved by grace . . . isn’t that too good to be true? (Romans 5:1-11)
- If what I do doesn’t save me, does it matter how I live? (Romans 6:1-23)
- Where is God when we suffer? (Romans 8:18-39)
- How can I keep from singing? (Romans 10:1-21)
- What does God want from us? (Romans 12:1-21)
We’ll plan to meet online only if we must and hybrid if we are able. Please contact the church office for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org