Amazing and Insolvable

by Pastor Pete Panitzke on April 28, 2017

A 22 x 22 Rubik's Cube with 2691 pieces and 4.3×101795 possible combinations. That is amazing and insolvable. You can learn about it in a 2 minute video here.

Even more amazing and even more insolvable is the Bible’s teaching on election. That’s what we will be studying this weekend at St. Paul’s. It is amazing and simple to think that God knew you personally before the world began and decided to adopt you into his family. But once we start to think about it as a puzzle that we want to understand… it becomes amazingly complex and insolvable.

Prepare for the study by reading Ephesians 1:3-14 and Romans 8:28-30.

Our Worship Schedule

Traditional Services: Sat @ 5 pm, Sun @ 7:45 & 9:15 am, Wed @ 7 pm
Contemporary Service: Sun @ 10:45 am
The Bridge: Sun @ 10:15 am - Livestream here.

Childcare is available at all Sunday services except 7:45 am. Kids Club & Boost for 3 years old – 8th grade Sun @ 9:15 am in the school. New participants always welcome.

New Bible Studies

Following the Promise is a 15 week study following the promise of the Savior from the Garden of Eden up to the present time. Join Pastor Panitzke in this study of major Biblical themes beginning Tuesday, May 23 at 7 pm. Click here for a schedule. Express interest by reply email. Also reply if you are interested by Tuesdays won’t work for you.

Through the Bible in a Year: For the last several years we have used The Story to read the entire Bible account in chronological order. Pastor Panitzke is interested in a similar study next fall, but allowing us to use our Bibles to read selected chapters to better prepare for a lifetime of Bible reading. Click here for a tentative schedule. Enrollment minimum is 40 participants.

The Theology of the Cross: Jon Eiche will be leading a study of this book in the 9:15 Sunday morning study in the Grace Room beginning May 14. This book will change the way you look at the troubles of this life.

Planning for Next Year

Our school enrollment is projected to be the highest ever - 315 in 3K-8th grade (We are still accepting applications. Click here to schedule a tour.) We will call a fourth pastor to bring more people closer to Christ. We are even discussing the possibility of a second site for our congregation. Learn more and join us in praying for God's blessings by reading the Quarterly Messenger. See you this weekend, God willing! Pastor Pete


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