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Jennifer Probst

Jennifer Probst graduated from Concordia University Nebraska with a Bachelor of Arts in Youth Ministry and a minor in Theology. She has served in the parish for ten years as a Director of Christian Education and currently serves as a Lutheran School Teacher.

Losing My Identity

Bible Study: Losing My Identity

This study will review five different attributes that help to build identity and how its loss can impact a person’s self-concept. Continue reading

0 Comments / 42 View / July 17, 2017

Bible study identity

Bible Study: Piecing Together My Identity

Your identity can be found through your family, your name, your talents and abilities, your beliefs, and your appearance, but at the root of all these things is the identity you find in Christ. Continue reading

2 Comments / 116 View / June 27, 2017

Word One: Facing Judgment (Reformation C Gospel)

A Bible study on judgment and truth, based on John 8:31-36. Continue reading

0 Comments / 137 View / October 26, 2016

Lyrics of Lent Devotion: Go to Dark Gethsemane

The story and the song does not end at the cross, but bursts forth beyond the tomb. Continue reading

0 Comments / 179 View / March 25, 2016

Lyrics of Lent Devotion: Stricken, Smitten and Afflicted

There is power in God’s Word. Continue reading

0 Comments / 176 View / March 17, 2016

Lyrics of Lent Devotion: When I Survey the Wondrous Cross

The words of this hymn remind me to call upon God in all seasons of my life, to keep Christ’s actions in focus, and to keep me from sin. Continue reading

0 Comments / 145 View / March 10, 2016

Lyrics of Lent Devotion: O Sacred Head, Now Wounded

We need not live in fear of dying, for Jesus has paved the way for our resurrection. Continue reading

0 Comments / 176 View / February 25, 2016

Lyrics of Lent Devotion: Come to Calvary’s Holy Mountain

Calvary was never intended to be the final stop of our Christian walk. Continue reading

0 Comments / 173 View / February 18, 2016

Lyrics of Lent Devotion: Abide with Me

A devotion on the hymn “Abide with Me” Continue reading

1 Comment / 259 View / February 11, 2016

Apologia Talks: Helpers – The Tenth Commandment

God calls on us to honor the gift of individuals that He has placed in the lives of others. Continue reading

0 Comments / 159 View / December 14, 2015