Lectio Divina Lecture Sept 17th

About the Lecture

Join us for our upcoming fall Faith & Culture Lecture this Sunday. Pastor Adam Feichtmann will lecture on Lectio Divina: The Art of Praying Scripture.

Today when Christians read scripture it is common for them to only study the passage with their mind. Reading to study scripture is a wonderful discipline. However, if a Christian only reads scripture to study it, they miss engaging their heart. The practice of Lectio Divina is a method of reading and praying scripture that deepens a person's personal communion and love with God. It forces an individual or group to slow down, listen well, examine how God's Word is living, and then to respond to God in prayer and live out the truths of the text.

About Rev. Adam Feichtmann

Adam Feichtmann is the the Associate Pastor at Redeemer, which he joined in January 2013. He and his wife Karina have two children (Sage & Fin) and are in the process of adopting a child or sibling set from Ethiopia. Adam graduated from Biola University with a BA in Christian Education and earned an MA in Biblical & Theological Studies from Talbot School of Theology. He is a 4th generation Orange County native, former resident of Australia, an avid surfer, and is currently enjoying studying the spiritual formation habits of Benedictine Spirituality.

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More information on Redeemer's Fall Lectures & Studies HERE.

Children & Youth

At the same time that our morning lecture will be running, we will be offering programs for our children and youth. Our children's Sunday School classes will be using the well respected Show Me Jesus curriculum. Our youth will engage in small groups focused on studying the bible and practical youth topics.

Sunday Schedule

First Worship Service - 8:45 AM Lecture and Classes - 10:10 AM Second Worship Service - 11:00 AM