adult education | SUNDAYS FROM 9:30 - 10:30 PM
Many adult education classes are part of a multi-week series. Coffee and lively conversation are a vital part of the experience!Adult education classes are taught by our pastors and West Linn Lutheran Church members and special guests. Topics allow class participants to explore and discuss issues in biblical theology, spiritual growth, social justice, and culture and Christianity. There are usually 5 series of 6 session classes from September to June. Each series has at least 2, sometimes three classes to choose from.
FALL SERIES | SEPT. 14 - OCT. 26, 2014
What can we Learn from Dying?
A Lutheran Pastor's Own Story"
Progressing along the path to spiritual maturity is helped by learning about the experience of death. This class invites you to lay aside your reservations and fears...and see the lessons learned in exploring a Christian approach and understanding regarding death.
The class is based upon a video series and guide developed by renowned author, Lutheran pastor and professor, Walt Wangerin, Jr.
TEACHER/FACILITATOR: GREG MORSE
Come meet Hospice Chaplain - Harold Otterlei. Otterlei is a chaplain that defied death four times On this Sunday he will engage with the class for a Q and A session.
Wangerin Jr.'s Bio
Read Walter Wangerin Jr.'s bio which can be found on his own website at:
The Ancient, the Traditional, the Current Palestine!
What are the issues facing those who currently live in Palestine? What is the conflict truly about? How does the direction from God in Scriptures have anything to do with the ancient, the traditional and the current boundaries within what we have come to know as the Holy Land?
This class will explore the biblical stories around all the people living in and around Palestine including the stories of Abraham, Joseph, Moses, Caleb, Isaiah. Come and join us for some truly in-depth discussions.
PASTOR TIM, TOM LENIHAN AND KEVIN LENIHAN