That’s the title for Pastor’s message this Sunday, based on Isaiah 50:4-10 and James 3:1-12. Worship with Holy Communion begins at 9:30 a.m. Immediately after, doughnuts, juice and coffee will be served, and then at 11 a.m., we will get back into I Corinthians. Hope you can be here and be nourished and encouraged by God’s powerful Word(s)!
Today, Friday, Sept. 14 at 4 p.m., our International Student Ministry will be taking students to David Gardner Jewelers for “Ask The Expert.” We will get a tour of the facility, learn about jewelry making, and students will have a chance to ask questions about the whole process. If you’d like to come along, be here at 4 p.m. sharp. Or, you can simply meet us at David Gardener Jewelers, 911 University Drive East in College Station.
Game-Day parking begins tomorrow, September 15, at 4:30 p.m. The class of 2021 is up to serve this weekend. The cost is $20 per car.
Your LSF officers will be meeting at approximately noon on Sunday at the Chapel, for planning of future ministry events/outreach. If you’d like to have input, you are welcome to attend. These meetings are open to the congregation.
Thanks to all of those who helped with calling for Lutherans for Life ministry over the last couple of days. Mr. Hawkins said around 65 churches/pastors that we contacted said “yes” to considering a door offering for LFL ministry.
We have an awesome lineup of student-led small-group Bible studies this fall, and they have all begun. Choose one (or two) and stick with it for the semester.
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.
Women's Small-Group Bible Study, 7:30 p.m. Thursdays at ULC—This group, led by Sarah Bailey, is continuing its study of Revelation from last semester.
Freshman Small-Group Bible Study, TBA, in the Zachary building Starbucks—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 at the The Tradition—This group, led by Marshall Allen and Nathan Wagner, is taking a closer look at the similarities and differences between Lutheran Christians and other denominations, in light of what Scripture says.
If you have an announcement for Sunday, please e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1 p.m. on Friday afternoons.
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.