Do you wonder how to use social media to share your faith? This class is for beginners up to pros. Join Pastor Jenny Sung for some tricks and tips that make sharing your faith easy, and accessible.
Every week during 2021 watch for Word of the Week where 52 St. Andrew’s members have chosen a verse from the Bible that speaks to their heart. They share their verse and have written their heart-filled thoughts on how this verse has influenced their life. They have included a question and close with a prayer. All of our writers are ages 65 and better! How to connect with Word of the Week: Use it in a small group, with prayer partners, friends or family discussion Personal weekly devotion focus Send the link to this Word of the Week page to someone you’re praying for Call someone and discuss Word of the Week Create your own Word of the Week based on your favorite Scripture Make a copy and form a personal Devotional Journal Pray for the person who submitted the Word of the Week Questions? Contact Sue Lennartson, Director of Adult Ministries, email@example.com January 18: Sharon Pfeiffer read more January 11: John Straiton read more January 4: Margit Coltvet read more
Short on time? Sign up to receive weekly podcasts via email and grow deeper in faith and you listen and learn to live in faith everyday by tending to scripture. Dr. Michael Chan and special guests explore why scripture matters in a world with so many voices. What makes for a good story? Why is storytelling so hard? What is one story that changed your life? How do you tell your story on social media?
Each of us tells a story of our lives to ourselves that can limit and define us. How can we re-author and share a more faith-filled and life-giving story? Each week we will weekly practice ways to enlighten the story God has for our lives. Join Pastor Brian Norsman and receive practical tools that help re-narrate our personal stories to actively engage anew the world around us.
Telling our own stories can feel a little more manageable when we do it a verse at a time. Grab your favorite pen and join Intern Pastor Amy Mihelich Smith as we immerse ourselves in the poetry of our past, present, and future. We’ll read great poetry from the Bible and from contemporary authors. Inspired by prompts and guided meditations, we’ll write our own poems together. We’ll reflect on the transformative power of storytelling, practice sharing poetry with others, and discover how our verses contribute to the larger epic of God’s work in the world.
Anderson and Rev. Andrea Roske-Metcalfe, Twin Cities Moth GrandSLAM storytelling champion, to learn tips and tricks for upping your storytelling game. These hour-long sessions will be workshop-based, as we offer and receive feedback from one another from a place of compassion and vulnerability, and will culminate in an (optional) open-mic night later on in February.
What are the stories that shape who your family is? Interactive conversations will give your family time to discuss what makes your family’s experience its own, including birth stories, how your names were given and what they mean, and the daily routines and practices that are important to you – and what those quirky things you do as a family might say about you! You’ll also explore how your family has experienced God, faith, and community and how you can share your family’s faith story with others.