St. Paul Lutheran Mission

St. Paul Lutheran Church is a congregation of more than 2500 members located 20 miles north of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. We are a member of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.

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As We Gather... Today is the First Sunday in Lent as we make our annual journey with Christ to the cross. Though the Sundays in Lent are not technically part of this somber season, they do reflect the same penitential theme that characterizes our forty days of prayerful devotion and repentance. Today we watch as Jesus faces the slick lies of the tempter. He does not face them on His own but in the strength and power of God's Word and truth. When the devil hands Jesus the opportunity to doubt or fear or deny Himself and His Father in heaven, Jesus responds with the stronger Word. He does this not to prove  Himself, but for us, that we who live in Him by Baptism and faith may also be made strong in the Word of the Lord before the devil's wiles and lies. 

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March 1,8,15 All About Angels:   Do you have questions about angels? Are angelic beings (both good and evil) are all around us? Do they really exist? Why were they created? What do they do? Why do we only experience their presence indirectly? The answers to these and other intriguing questions about these enigmatic beings are given in the Bible. Join us for an exciting three-week Bible study led by Pastor Maschke in the Family Life Center from 9:30-10:30am

March 1 We will focus on angels in the media and basic facts about the existence of angels.

March 8 We will look at the work of evil angels and the protection from them that God promises us.

March 15 We will study the work of good angels and their continuing messages to us.

 

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