"Why should I believe the Bible?…” People throughout the ages have gone on search and destroy missions regarding the Bible's authenticity. They search for Bible contradictions in order to destroy the Bible’s credibility.
To be sure, many have fallen prey to one-sided and distorted documentaries on cable television or to half-truths presented in historical novels. “Press those unbelieving scholars for the real reason they handle the Bible as they do—ridiculously elevating other sources above the Scriptures, spinning ingenious theories about the Bible’s formation without a scintilla of evidence—and it becomes clear. The Bible conflicts with their worldviews…If you listen closely to the simplistic attacks people make on the Bible's credibility, you may just find yourself persuaded” to reconsider the Bible’s truthfulness and reliability because of the sheer emptiness of many of the critics’ arguments. (adapted and quoted from More Prepared to Answer, Mark Paustian, pages 31,32)
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Christ Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church's mission is for members to grow in faith, love and commitment to Jesus Christ, to love one another as he has loved us and to proclaim him as the Savior needed by all people.
Join us for Sunday worship at 9:30 am followed by snacks and fellowship at 10:30 am.
All are welcome for Sunday School (ages 3-middle school), Teen (high school), and Adult Bible Studies at 11 am.
- Most Wednesday evenings from 7 - 8 pm. Please check the calendar for any changes.
- A Bible Basics course is offered for those who wish to learn or review what the Christian faith is. The class is also for those who wish to become members of the congregation. Classes are arranged at the convenience of the partcipants.
- A three-year Catechism Class is taught for students in 6th-8th grade.
The Great Commission of Matthew 28 tells us that we must be going into all the world, making disciples of persons in all nations. At Christ Redeemer Lutheran Church, we aim to take that seriously by using whatever means we have to promote worldwide missions.
Our congregation is a member of the WELS (Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod). We are called the Wisconsin Synod because our church body was organized in the state of Wisconsin over 150 years ago. WELS is a group of more than 360,000 men, women, and children in nearly 1,300 congregations across the United States and Canada united by a common faith in Christ's saving love. We are committed to a common calling - encouraging each other in our faith and sharing God's gift of a Savior with the rest of the world. We are doing mission work in 24 countries on 5 continents.