Bible Institute 2020
Sunday Afternoons in February | February 9, 16, 23 | 1:30 to 4:00pm
Bible Institute is fast approaching. As you may have heard, Immanuel’s FREE 2020 Institute will cover three Sunday afternoons: February 9, 16 & 23 . We will be looking at God’s Great Plan, a video-based series led by Rev. Wayne Palmer from St. Louis, MO.
God’s Great Plan
How do you defend the faith? How can you discern Law and Gospel from the Bible? How can you teach the Good News? What was and is God’s Great Plan? Keep asking the hard questions; we’ll help you answer them.
Follow along in this eight-week Bible study on the Books of the Bible with Rev. Wayne Palmer. The eight sessions are divided as follows:
- How the Bible Came to Be, The Bible is All about Jesus Christ
- The Books of Moses
- The Historical Books
- The Wisdom Books
- The Prophetic Books
- The Gospels
- The History and Paul’s Letters
- The Final Letters, The English Bible, Challenges to the Scripture
Learn to defend your faith and the truths revealed in the Scripture by understanding each individual book of the Bible and what it means to Christians.
“So how can we be sure they kept the message straight? Primarily because the Bible assures us the Holy Spirit was there all along, guiding the transmission and preserving the truth. And even while Moses was putting it down into writing for us, the Holy Spirit was right there inspiring Moses and guiding his pen.”Rev. Wayne Palmer from “God’s Great Plan.”
Do you have more questions about this year’s Bible Institute? Contact the Chairperson of our Board for Christian Education, Mr. Larry Rula or call Pastor Gregory Mech at the church office (417-624-0333). We hope to see you in February!
Rev. Wayne Palmer received his master of divinity degree from Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana, in 1992. During the next fifteen years, he served two parishes in southeast Missouri. From 2007 to 2016, he was theological editor/writer at Lutheran Hour Ministries in St. Louis. In June 2016, he became editor of Bibles and Bible resources at Concordia Publishing House. Wayne lives in St. Louis with his wife, Pam.