Pre-Lenten Workshop

Let My People Go!

The annual Pre-Lenten Workshop is held on campus each year to help pastors in developing their worship resources for Lent.

Friday, Jan. 25, 2019
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Presidents Room
Registration (includes lunch): $50
Registration deadline: Jan. 7, 2019


Dr. Reed Lessing
Senior Pastor
St. Michael Lutheran Church, Fort Wayne, Ind.

There is no doubt the Exodus was a foundational event in the history of Israel — the Hebrew Bible mentions God’s saving deliverance from Egypt 125 times! This Lenten sermon series explores what the Exodus means for us as Christians, what it shows us about God and, in the process, gives us a portrait of who Jesus is for us.

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