bible study
Women's Evening Bible Study Information as of October 3, 2016



The resource used for the Women's Evening Bible Study is The Complete Idiot's Guide to The Bible, Third Edition. We also use a video series called "The New Testament" taught by Professor Bart D. Ehrman.


The study group meets the first and third Monday evening of each month in the Family Room at ILC at 7:00pmWomen of all ages are welcome.


If anyone would like to join the group - please feel free to do so.   This is a study you can jump into at any time.  


At our October 3 session we completed reading Ephesians.


Our next session will be Monday, October 17, 2016.  We will begin reading Phillipians.


If you have questions about the study group, please contact Carmen MalrichLori Feine or the church office at 858-487-2225.



Traditional Worship

Our Traditional Service gathers God's people together every Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m.  This worship opportunity seeks to make use of our rich Lutheran hymnody and liturgical heritage.  If Word and Sacrament ministry is what you grew up with, and that's what you're looking for, come and join us!

Living A "No Regrets Life"


I recently read a blog from a hospice nurse who was reflecting on the kinds of things she has learned from her patients. When questioned about any regrets they had or anything they would do differently, common themes surfaced again and again. Here are the most common five:

A Blessing For The Journey


22 The Lord spoke to Moses, saying: 23 Speak to Aaron and his sons, saying, Thus you shall bless the Israelites: You shall say to them, 24 The Lord bless you and keep you; 25 the Lord make his face to shine upon you, and be gracious to you; 26 the Lord lift up his countenance upon you, and give you peace. 27 So they shall put my name on the Israelites, and I will bless them. (Numbers 6:22-27, New Revised Standard Version) 



If you said “Wait! I hear that in church every Sunday! I didn’t know that was IN THE BIBLE!” You wouldn’t be alone. 

The Day of the Lord?


       Let’s talk about a little concept called: The Day of the Lord. Ever heard of it? It is a very common theme in the Hebrew Scriptures and a little less common, but still present theme in the New Testament. Traditionally it is understood as the day of judgment,

Are You Happy?


Are you happy? And I mean happy… not content, not just “ok”,  not happy enough…but truly and deeply happy. The happy that is more than a feeling. That’s the “happy” I have in mind. 

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