What if you discovered that much of what you believe about God, Jesus, and salvation has very little to do with the Bible and a lot more to do with popular trends, modern culture, and ancient pagan philosophy? Would you be alarmed? If you’re anything like most of us believers, then, normally, we tend to believe what we’re taught by spiritually sincere and well-meaning family, friends, pastors, and Sunday school teachers. The pastor who influenced you was a great guy, he
This Sunday, Pastor John will be preaching on "Sola Scriptura: Is What You Believe the Gospel Truth?" Scriptures we'll be considering are Psalm 119:105 and 2 Timothy 3:14-17. We will also be looking at the questions: What if you discovered that much of what you believe about God, Jesus, and salvation has very little to do with the Bible and a lot more to do with popular trends, modern culture, and ancient pagan philosophy? Would you be alarmed? PLEASE NOTE CHANGE: SUNDAY, 1
By Philipp Meinecke Jesus used many compelling and vivid metaphors to describe the Church and its intended influence and function in the world: A city set on a hill. Visible event to the untrained eye. A lamp bringing light even into the darkest of rooms. A beautiful bride made ready for her husband. A house, in which those far and near find a home. Salt to season and preserve. Through the power of the Holy Spirit, the early Church presented such a
by Philipp Meinecke A city set on a hill. Visible even to the untrained eye. A lamp bringing light even into the darkest of rooms. A beautiful bride, made ready for her husband. A house in which even those far off find a home. Jesus used many compelling and vivid metaphors to describe the church and its intended influence on the world. Through the power and work of the Holy Spirit, the Early Church presented such a transformative force on its culture that even persecution
This Sunday, Philipp Meinecke will be preaching on The Church of Irresistible Influence. Scripture verses we'll be considering are 1 Thessalonians 1:1-10. Read more here: https://starnbergfellowship.de/news/the-church-of-irresistible-influence/. Many thanks to all for your great help with our Oktoberfest celebration. Thursday PM Worship Band Rehearsals will be starting soon. If you'd like to know more about them, please see Sarah or Stephanie. Coffee and Conversations: Our next meeting will be Wednesday, 4 October, from 10:00 – 12:00 noon. Fall Weekend Retreat: Munich Christian Fellowship invites
This Sunday, we’ll be looking at the issue of faith and considering these and other questions: What role does human effort play in the life of faith? What is the place of “good works”? The New Testament often repeats that good works (deeds) are a necessary part of the Christian’s life, but different answers have been given in various branches of the Church as to what that means. The answer will determine all of earthly life for us because there
We are excited to be back together for regular worship this Sunday, 10 September! As it will be a very special celebration, please note the worship service time change: 15:30 hrs. We'll be looking at the issue of faith and considering the questions: What role does human effort play in the life of faith? What is the place of “good works”? Pastor John will be preaching. This Sunday our Oktoberfest Celebration begins at 16:30 hrs! What to bring: -An Oktoberfest influenced dish to serve
Summer Worship Schedule concludes this Sunday, 3 September. We’ll complete our study on Romans 8. To read more, visit our website: https://starnbergfellowship.de. Special Worship Time, Sunday, 10 September—15:30 hrs: Please note that we'll be joining together for worship at 15:30 hrs on Sunday, 10 September. Pre-Oktoberfest Celebration— Sunday, 10 September: Join us as we celebrate being in Bavaria, when people from all over and from every walk of life come to take part in one of the biggest festivals in the world.