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  • Every Sunday at 8:00 and 10:30 AM
  • Sunday School/Bible Class at 9:15 AM
  • Every Wednesday at 7:00 PM in chapel
  • Go to our Preschool page for information
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  • ELS Basketball Camp is August 10-13.  Click here for a registration form to print out, fill in, and return to the church office.
  • Emanuel Lutheran School, Grades 1-8: Contact Mr. Daniel Hosbach at principal@emanuelfirst .org or call 517-484-4547 for more information.
  • Preschool and Kindergarten: Contact Mrs. Sarah Lindloff at preschool@emanuelfirst.org, or call 517-485-4118 ext. 16 for more information.
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Today's Devotion
Through My Bible In 3 Years
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Faith Related Q and A
» My brother has joined a nondenominational church and he has a group of people at home to study the Bible. He has no training of any kind . My question is, should a lay person teach others a Bible class?
» I grew up in a WELS church, day school, and attended an ELS college and still hold fast to the solid scriptural foundation at the basis of the WELS. Currently, I attend a solid, non-denominational church where my wife works in the youth ministry. I do not question the core teachings of the church when it comes to faith, repentance and salvation. However, there are a few topics that don't seem to be a matter of salvation, but of understanding. The greatest of these topics that troubles me is the question of spiritual gifts for Christians: speaking in tongues, gifts of healing, gifts of prophecy, and others. In regard to the three specific "gifts" I've listed, what advice would you give to me (and others) to discern perceived evidence supporting these claimed gifts and how they apply today in the New Testament Era?
» With all the changes of how people dress throughout history and more recently within the last 50 years of how women dress more like men, what is the view of men dressing like women? Is it OK for women to dress like men as it appears it is socially acceptable in society and when attending church? Is it OK for men to dress like women? Didn't the men and women in biblical times dress similarly? This question is in regard to cross dressing only without being involved in homosexual activities.
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