"Good Teacher, what must I do to inherit eternal life?"  One day, as Jesus was setting out on his journey to the next town, a man came running up to him, knelt before him, and asked that burning question.  Who knows what this man must have been thinking and feeling at the time?  Who knows what must have been going on in his life to make this question so urgent?  But it's clear from the way Mark tells the story, it was a very urgent question.  The subject of "eternal life" is one we toss around quite easily, even academically.  But do we ever share the same sense of urgency about it that the man brought to Jesus?  Is "eternal life" a topic that's at all on our hearts and minds these days?  Is it something we have any worries or concerns about?  Or is it "a topic for later"?  What does it take for the man's question to become our own urgent question?  Pastor Olson has a few thoughts about this to share with you in his sermon this Sunday titled "Two Easy Words".  Please come and join your Faith family for a Sunday of worship and fellowship.    

SUPPORT GROUPS:  Faith Lutheran Church currently offers a support group for cancer survivors, cancer patients, cancer care-givers, and all others interested in being part of a close-knit group focused on encouraging and supporting one another in their experiences with cancer.  The group is called Second Sunday Support" and meets the 2nd Sunday of each month in Pastor Olson's office.  The group's next meeting will be the second Sunday of February.

Wednesday evenings in Lent:  6pm soup supper; 7pm 30-minute worship service.  All are welcome for the food, fellowship and conversation.  These Wednesday nights are a great way to get into the spirit of Lent, and to prepare yourself well for the story of Good Friday and Easter.  

Welcome Home!

Many people today are restless, searching for a way to find meaning in a world that often leaves us with more questions than answers.  Saint Augustine once wrote, "Our souls are restless, until they rest in Thee." 

We at Faith Lutheran Church would be honored to journey with you as we learn together what it means to rest in our Creator and follow our Savior, Jesus Christ.  It is not an easy journey, but it is one filled with joy, discovery, and grace beyond measure.

We welcome you to our church, our worship services and our lives.  We hope and pray that you will experience in us the love of God, which is the greatest power in the world, and that you will join us in sharing that love with a world in need.  WELCOME HOME!