ADULT BIBLE CLASS continues through a program on  evangelism. We tend to be scared of evangelism and telling others about Christ.  Through this program, we will learn how to naturally share the Good News of Jesus Christ through relational witnessing.  All are encouraged to join us TODAY in bible class.

PORTALS OF PRAYER for Oct—Dec are now out on the Welcome Table.  Be sure to pick up a copy for yourself and take one for your friends and family.  We have plenty!

LWML SUNDAY is Oct 6.  Mite Boxes have changed in color and design over the years, but what has never changed is the dedication of freely given offerings for the purpose of reaching out to others with the Good News of Jesus Christ.  Districts still retain 75% of mite offerings for the work of the LWML at that level.  Based on the Biblical account of the widow’s mite, the Mite Box is intended for regular contributions of “mites” - offerings above and beyond the support given to the congregation and the Synod.  Mite Box contributions amount to millions of dollars that fund district and national mission grants.  The LWML as collected over $100 million dollars since 1942!  These coins have and will continue to make a difference.  Thank you for contributing to the Mite Box and providing the opportunity for us to spread the Gospel to the world.

FALL CLEANUP will be Oct 5 beginning at 8:00am. (Note the date change!)  We will work as long as needed.  Check out the list on the bulletin board of items we will be working on.  Any of these jobs can be completed earlier and crossed off the list.

ALL ARE INVITED to attend Remembering the Future: Exploring an Ancient Model of Making Disciples for the 21st Century at Concordia University, St. Paul at 7:00 p.m. on October 15 in Buetow Auditorium. Dr. Rhoda Schuler (Concordia St. Paul) and Rev. Dr. Kent Burreson (Concordia Seminary, St. Louis) will propose a model of making disciples rooted in practices from the ancient church, embodied in thriving congregations across racial and socio-economic boundaries.

55 ALIVE CLASS will be held February 8, from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm.  This is the 4 hr class and if needed, the instructor will add a 2nd class, so sign up early.  The fee is $22 and can be paid the day of the class.  More information will be on the bulletin board. 

THIS WEEK ON THE LUTHERAN HOUR  October 6, 2019

"Homeward"
Speaker: Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler
The spiritually homeless people of the modern world have written God out of their story, but God remains the one Way home.
(Genesis 11 - 12:9)

Listen on WCCO AM at 6:05 am, Sunday mornings, or listen anytime at  www.lutheranhour.org.

THIS WEEK ON MAIN STREET LIVING  October 6, 2019

9:00 am-This is the Life episode, “The Missing Ingredient,” Bob (Jack Nicholson) and his fiancé Lynn (Susan Crane) are planning their wedding when she overhears her parents planning to separate after the wedding.

9:30 am- Pastor Martin Schoenfeld of Rose of Sharon Lutheran Church in Cottage Grove, MN. His message, “Guard the Good Deposit,” will be based on 2 Timothy 1:1-14.

For more information or to watch the program, go to mainstreetliving.com, and click on the Twin Cities tab. Main Street Living airs each Sunday at 10 a.m. on WFTC Channel 29/9-2

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THIS WEEK ON KFUO.org hear about mental health from Deaconess Heidi Goehmann on The Coffee Hour's Mental Health Mondays (10/7 at 9:00 a.m. CT), study the Saga of Salvation on Sharper Iron in Exodus 34-40 (weekdays at 8 a.m. CT), and continue our reading of Isaiah on Thy Strong Word (weekdays at 11:00 a.m. CT). Find new podcast "The Lutheran Ladies Lounge" at kfuo.org or your favorite podcast app!