Building a community of love and commitment
in a world of selfishness and pride
These days you’re more likely to see a selfie than a selfless act of service. We live in a culture that deals in the currency of give and take. Unconditional commitment and sacrificial love seem to have disappeared.
The solution isn’t good advice, the solution is the good news of Jesus Christ which saves us from sin’s tyranny in our lives.
Jesus is different. He brings love. He brings commitment. He brings life.
This month's lesson continues the series of “Hazardous Christian Half-Truths.” The group will look at the half-truth, “All that matters is that I believe.”
Disconnect from technology and build a creative connection together at the monthly Family Art Workshop from St. Stephen Lutheran Church.
Individuals and families may come to this community workshop to enjoy the shared experience of creating a work of art.
Mrs. Niki Hilsabeck, our art director, is a Fallbrook artist who paints primarily with acrylic and pastel. She enjoys bringing art to others by teaching, demonstrating at events, and writing art lessons for various websites. Niki will offer a step-by-step lesson for people of all ages and skills. Just a beginner? You’ll learn the basics. More advanced? You’ll have room to work at a higher skill level.
The February session will focus on drawing.