Living the Word - Sharing the Savior
Movie and a Meal
Sunday, November 17
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
1133 N. 28th Ave, Blair, NE
Join us for a special Movie and a Meal on November 17, 2019. This event is free and all are welcome.
Synopsis: Over the course of 2 years, a police officer turned first-time filmmaker and his wife traveled the United States and brought together experts and current/former law-enforcement officers in an effort to explore the highly secretive, often misunderstood, and socially taboo topic of what the officer experiences in the wake of an officer-involved shooting. What they found was a profound statement on the sheer humanity of the men and women who make these split-second decisions and then enter into an emotionally charged series of events and questions.
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We may be a praying church, but we don't limit prayer to the church. We pray everywhere! Prayer is a lifeline in our relationship with our Creator. We share our hearts with Jesus and listen for His voice. Christ Lutheran Church has many weekly opportunities for prayer. Don't know how to pray or where to start? We'll be happy to connect you with someone who can help you start the conversation. God is always listening.
Find out how we can pray for you or you can be a part of a prayer ministry.
Another lifeline is reading and meditating on the Bible, God's word to us. Christians throughout the centuries are linked together through God's unchanging message to us. CLC offers several opportunities for weekly Bible Study. No experience necessary! Like Martin Luther, we believe everyone should be given the opportunity to learn, read, and study the Bible, regardless of previous knowledge, education, or church experience. Feel like you don't know enough to join a study? You're not alone! That is one of the most common fears among people and one of the main reasons people don't get involved. Find out more about Bible studies.
Christ Lutheran Church is a body of people who are broken, imperfect, and in need of wholeness that can only come from Jesus Christ. We make mistakes, we say we're sorry, and we all have a past. Some of us have known Jesus all our lives, and some are just discovering who He is. There is no dress code or level of knowledge required to be a part of the Christ Lutheran family. We believe the church was created to love all and not just those who look the best or know the most. All ages are welcome in service, and currently you will find infants to eighties and everything in between. Our differences are what make us unique children of God.
Learn more about who we are and what we believe.