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Living Waters Church offers winter session classes

Living Waters Church in Alexandria will begin its winter session of Wednesday night adult Sunday school classes on Wednesday, January 16. Classes will run through February 27. Sessions begin at 6:30 p.m.

Living Waters Church in Alexandria will begin its winter session of Wednesday night adult Sunday school classes on Wednesday, January 16. Classes will run through February 27. Sessions begin at 6:30 p.m.

The following classes are offered:

  • Joseph/Christian Discipleship - The theme of the lessons about Joseph is that God is in control and can work all things for your good, if you remain faithful to Him and persevere in doing what is right. Discipleship flows from relationships with Christ and fellow Christians.
  • 9 Gifts of the Spirit - Teaching/discussion on Holy Spirit baptism and spiritual gifts. Focus will be on biblical evidence, importance and purpose of the baptism in the Holy Spirit and each spiritual gift.
  • The Upper Room - A Pentecostal discipleship class for young adults and adults.
  • A Shepherd's Look at the 23rd Psalm - Phil Keller presents a commentary on one of the best-loved Bible passages. Experience Psalm 23 in a new way; see with the shepherd's eyes.
  • The Grace and Truth Paradox - This study will teach the meaning of grace and truth as revealed in God's word and will illustrate the way Jesus balanced these qualities as He brought redemption and healing to people.
  • Business by the Book Workshop - One of a series of Crown Financial Ministries "Workshops in a Box." Each workshop uses biblical principles to address a practical topic.
  • Intercessory Prayer - Intercession through Christ for special needs of others.

All classes will be held at Living Waters Church, 1310 North Nokomis Northeast in Alexandria. For information call (320) 763-5224.

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