We hope you are enjoying your first week of classes in this new semester!

 

Tomorrow, Friday, January 18 at 4 p.m., our International Student Ministry will hold its first Conversation Café of the new semester. There will be conversation, maybe some board games and of course, refreshments! It’s a great time to interact with students from all over the world whom God has brought to our doorstep. What an opportunity we have to show the God’s love, through hospitality and friendship. That’s what international student ministry is all about. Hope you can join us!

  

As Lutherans for life, we will observe Sanctity of Life Sunday at the Chapel this weekend. Worship with Holy Communion begins at 9:30 a.m. Pastor’s text is John 10:10, with the theme “The Fact of Life.” Following our worship time, Aaron Littmann, CEO of Lutheran Outdoor Ministry of Texas and class of 2012, will briefly share about his ministry and inform you of opportunities to work at a Lutheran camp in the United States this summer. He will be available for interviews both Sunday afternoon and Monday at the Chapel. Following Aaron, we will have brunch and our first LSF meeting of the new semester. At around 11:15 or so, Pastor Hoemann resumes his Bible study on I Corinthians. This week it’s chapter 10.

 

Small-group Bible studies are beginning now! Start 2019 the right way…in God’s Word! Here’s the lineup:

Women's Small-Group Bible Study, 7:00 p.m. Mondays at ULC—This group, led by Sarah Bailey, is continuing its study of Revelation from last semester.

Topical Small-Group Bible Study, 6 p.m. Tuesdays at ULC—This group, led by Daniel Borchelt and Rob Choate, is studying a different topic each week that relates to your life as a college student.

“Denominations” 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 Christians and other denominations, in light of what Scripture says. 

Freshman Small-Group Bible Study, 5:30 p.m. Fridays at the Chapel—This group, led by Hannah Alsobrooks and Aidan Broyles, is looking at what God's Word says about various topics, especially as they relate to life as a college freshman. 

Men's Small-Group Bible Study, noon Saturdays in the lobby of The Tradition—This group, led by Marshall Allen and Nathan Wagner, is studying various topics from week to week. 

 

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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.

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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.

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