SUNDAY MORNINGS, 9:15 A.M. IN THE SCIENCE ROOM
LED BY BRIAN AND JOAN FORKE
BEGINNING JANUARY 19TH

Having completed their deep dive into the Gospel of John, the Forke’s will resume their Sunday morning study on January 19th with the theme of CURRENT EVENTS.  God is active and working in our world today.  This study, called The Wired Word, will look at select issues from our culture from the perspective of God’s Word.  Each week the topic changes, so do not feel as if you’ve falled behind if you miss a week.

Brian is the head of the English Department at Milwaukee Lutheran High School.  The Forke’s have been long time members of Trinity and bring a tremendous amount of preparation into their studies.

Trinity’s science room is located in the lower level, just to the left as you exit the elevator.  Coffee and refreshments are available in the nearby gymnasium prior to the start of this study.



SUNDAY EVENINGS, 4:00 P.M.
MEETS WEEKLY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
LED BY RYAN CAMPBELL
LOCATION ALTERNATES BETWEEN CAMPBELL'S AND LEHENBAUER'S

Perhaps more than the other three Gospel accounts, Matthew repeatedly points his readers back to the Old Testament to remind them of how Jesus, time and again, fulfilled what was written by the prophets.

Matthew shows Jesus as the King who:

  • Lives today after suffering, dying, and rising again to save us;
  • Gives life, salvation, comfort, and hope;
  • Desires everyone as a member of His kingdom;
  • Invites us to trust in Him as we live as His people.

SUNDAYS AT 4:00 P.M.
ALTERNATING AT THE HOMES OF AND LED BY
JOHN & TARA SALESKA; CHRIS & KRISTI WEBER
On-site babysitting provided!

Remember the thrill of winning at checkers or Parcheesi? You become the Master of the Board—the victor over everyone else. But what happens after that, asks bestselling author John Ortberg. You know the answer: It all goes back in the box. You don’t get to keep one token, one chip, one game card. In the end, the spoils of the game add up to nothing. Using popular games as a metaphor for our temporal lives, When the Game Is Over, It All Goes Back in the Box neatly sorts out what’s fleeting and what’s permanent in God’s kingdom. Being Master of the Board is not the point; being rich toward God is. Winning the game of life on Earth is a temporary victory; loving God and other people with all our hearts is an eternal one. Using humor, terrific stories, and a focus on winning “the right trophies,” Ortberg paints a vivid picture of the priorities that all Christians will want to embrace.


EVERY OTHER SUNDAY EVENING, 6:00 P.M.
BEGINNING FEBRUARY 2ND
LED BY BRIAN & ANGELA AXTMAN
HOSTED BY DAN & GINNY JAGLA

We are saved by grace through faith, apart from works of the Law.  But James focuses us on how we as Christians are called to live out our faith. Brian and Angela will lead you to explore how faith grows out of trials endured and temptations overcome; how we can live with integrity in our relationships. We need to see that faith and good works are inseparable.  They are the fruits that naturally flow from faith: gentleness, peace and a caring wisdom that comes only from the Spirit. Studying James will strengthen your resolve to demonstrate your faith with a life of authenticity. 



SUNDAYS AT 6:30 P.M.
CONTINUING JANUARY 19TH
LED AND HOSTED BY FRED & CINDY MOLLWITZ

Nothing lifts us out of fear and weariness like hope. An anchor through life’s storms, hope buoys our spirits and seeks to make a way when we face tough times. After 40 years of ministry and speaking to hurt hearts, Max Lucado, who has authored this book and study, has learned that the promises of God will give you the strength you need.

Each session in Unshakable Hope explores one Biblical promise that will help equip you to face every day with courage. 

Fred and Cindy lead this study from their home twice a month on Sunday evenings at 6:30 p.m