Congratulations to all who are receiving their Aggie rings this weekend! A job well done, and keep up the great work!
Today, Friday, April 12 is also the day for the Chapel’s next “Rise Against Hunger” packaging party. Plan to be here tonight from approximately 7-9 p.m., and bring a friend or two with you. The more people we have here, the sooner we get the job done!
Have you ever felt as if God was ignoring your prayer requests, or simply taking too long to answer? We’ve all been there, at one time or another. This Sunday, April 14, Palm Sunday, we will continue with the Lenten sermon series based on Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. The text for Sunday is Matthew 7:7-11, and the title is “Ask, Seek, Knock!” Worship with Holy Communion begins at 9:30 Sunday morning, followed by brunch and Bible study. This Sunday for the latter, we will start a new Bible study, provided by the LCMS, called: “Immigrants Among Us: A Lutheran Framework for Addressing Immigration Issues.”
Counting this weekend, we have only three Sundays left in this semester at ULC. With that in mind, we’d like to recognize our graduating seniors on Sunday, May 5. If you are graduating, and would like to be recognized that day, please let Pastor Hoemann or one of the LSF officers know. Thanks!
Our small-group Bible studies and their times:
Topical Small-Group Bible Study, 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays at ULC—This group, led by Daniel Borchelt and Rob Choate, is studying the Acts of the Apostles.
Women's Small-Group Bible Study, 7:00 p.m. Tuesdays at ULC—This group, led by Sarah Bailey, is studying “The God of All Comfort.”
“World Religions” Small-Group Bible Study, 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays at the Chapel—This group, led by Nathan Wagner, is taking a closer look at the similarities and differences between Lutheran Christianity and other religions, in light of what Scripture says.
Freshman Small-Group Bible Study, 5:15 p.m. Fridays at the Chapel—This group, led by Hannah Alsobrooks and Aidan Broyles, is studying Paul’s letter to the Ephesians.
Men's Small-Group Bible Study, noon Saturdays in the lobby of The Tradition—This group, led by Marshall Allen, is studying various topics from week to week.
Have a great weekend; see you at ULC!
At University Lutheran Chapel, our mission is to proclaim Christ on campus, and to be Christ on campus.
lUTHERAN sTUDENT fELLOWSHIP
Lutheran Student Fellowship (LSF) is a recognized student organization of Texas A&M University. Its mission is to declare Christ on campus and to be Christ on campus. It is dedicated to preparing Lutheran Christian young people for leadership and service on campus and throughout the world.
iNTERNATIONAL STUDENT MINISTRY
Our International Student Ministry (ISM) is dedicated to serving international students and their family members through friendship and hospitality events, including weekly English conversation classes and Bible study. We desire to take the Gospel, the Good News of Jesus Christ, to people who live all over the planet.