Adult Nurture Board

Members: Paul Ihlenfeldt (Chairman), David Ertmer, Mike Sherbarth

Purpose: Encourage ongoing spiritual growth by bringing God’s people into regular contact with his Word, both to strengthen their faith and prepare them for works of service.

Description: Provide a program of Bible studies designed to meet the various needs of God’s people—those new in die faith or to our congregation, those looking to serve in positions of leadership, those looking to grow in their vocations, and those who are drifting from the Word.

Adult Bible Study Ministry 

Coordinator: Brian Antonia

Purpose: Attend or teach a group Bible study. Work with pastoral staff to develop short and long range personal
and group Bible Study plans to meet the spiritual needs of adults, and train lay study leaders.

Library Ministry 

Coordinator: Eileen Schmiege

Purpose: Provide sound Biblical print and media resources needed for spiritual growth.

Senior Ministry

Coordinator: Roland Butt

Purpose: Develop and provide necessary resources to meet the spiritual needs of our seniors.

Women’s Ministry

Coordinator: Catherine Moldenhauer

Purpose: Develop plan to meet the spiritual needs of women, training lay leaders, providing resources, and
coordinating various groups and ministry opportunities.

Encouragement Ministry

Coordinator: (vacant)

Purpose: Develop plans to encourage all members in their faith and congregational life, reaching out with
personal contact and encouragement

Care & Share Ministry

Coordinator: Monte Schmiege

Purpose: Encourage one another to stay closely connected to Jesus, our Good Shepherd, and enjoy all the blessings he offers us in worship, in Bible study and through the Lord’s Supper.  

New Member Ministry 

Coordinator: Corrin Ehlke

Purpose: Develop and enact process of welcoming and integrating new member into congregational life.

Called Worker Care Ministry

Coordinator: Ron Mehlberg

Purpose: Develop process to reach out with encouragement to called workers, focusing on their spiritual,
emotional, and physical needs, acting as confidential advocates.

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