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Equipping Frontline Missionaries

Our emphasis this year is Equiping Frontline Missionaries with the Great Commandment (Matthew 22:34-40) and the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20).
We are children of God, baptized into His family for His special purpose. We celebrate this renewed identity by living in His call to Mission for eternity. Our faith and witness is nurtured by the Holy Spirit to actively follow Him into the places He is working to redeem and restore His relationships. This Mission starts at home and moves with us wherever we go.
We desire to nurture a revolutionary attitude in believers for ministry in a world that has minimized churches yet seeks an authentic relationship with Jesus Christ and His people. We encourage spiritual formation and authentic community while engaging our culture with God’s love and truth through Jesus Christ.
Our Bible studies and small groups support this church wide emphasis. Together we nurture relationships where God’s love prevails through:

1. The Bible where the saving love of God for us in Jesus Christ is revealed

2. Prayer were our hearts align with God

3. People whom He sends us out to meet and share the the life-saving message of Jesus Christ

Christian life is a journey. Jesus leads and we follow. For the journey, we’ve been given a roadmap called the Bible. Prince of Peace offers a wide array of Bible studies each Sunday and throughout the week.
Choose the Bible study that’s right for you in the menu to the left.


New to Prince of Peace? Find out how to fully engage with God’s people in our growing faith community!

May 7 – 21

Taught by Dave Rahberg | Adult Education Center, Room 2
As a congregation, we are growing in our appreciation of God’s love for us. We are learning to watch for the ways and places where God is bringing people into His Kingdom today. Primarily using the book of Ephesians for our discussion, this class prepares believers to personally experience God’s love and to be front line missionaries at home, within our congregation and in our communities.

Transferring from another Lutheran congregation? This class helps you effectively engage in ministry opportunities.
Register by contacting Dave Rahberg.

For additional class dates and registration, contact Dave Rahberg or fill out the form below.

Sunday Adult Bible Classes | 9:30am



JANUARY 8 – MAY 21, 2017

Our ongoing, in-depth Bible studies welcome guests and new participants all of the time. Each group cares for participants, studies for God’s plan of salvation and transformation and responds to His call to join His Mission in our world.



Come study God’s continuing covenant for our salvation through the origins of the Israelite nation, Jacob’s marriages and the rise of their 12 sons.
Taught by Richard Broberg  | Room 302


John 15-21

Join us in praying together and exploring John 15-21 where Jesus prepares the 12 disciples for His death and resurrection.
Taught by Shannon Griffin | Adult Education Center, Room 3


The Gospel According to Isaiah

We continue our in-depth journey of Isaiah. This is the third and final year of exploring the Gospel according to Isaiah.
Taught by Carl Boren | Adult Education Center 4


I Corinthians

I Corinthians deals with issues that were present in the early church. Not much has changed! These same issue are still present today.
Taught by Pastor Ken Holdorf | Conference Center


Prayer / The Search for Significance

Join us as we prays for and explores God’s Word to discern His voice. This group practices spiritual conversations with God and His children. The discussion topics are initiated by Discerning the Voice of God by Priscilla Schirer. This topic concludes on April 30.

On May 7 we will begin a new study, The Search for Significance by Robert McGee. Learn how to free yourself to enjoy Christ’s love while no longer basing your self-worth on your accomplishments or the opinions of others.

Taught by Dianna Thompson and Lois Franz | Adult Education Center Room 1


Special Needs Adults: Jesus Loves all His Children

Our grace filled hearts share Bible stories, birthday parties, prayers, and prepare for Christmas at the Denton State School. Extra hands and hearts are welcome!
Taught by Doris Borino and Lynn Nikaidoh | Fine Arts Center in Prince of Peace Christian School



These studies (4-8 classes) are filled with lively discussion and are anchored in God’s Word. This is a great way to get started in a Bible study with people interested in the same topics. For more information and to sign up, contact Dave Rahberg.
Taught by Dave Rahberg | Adult Education Center Room 2


Jesus Centered Life

April 23 – May 28
Are you determined to know Jesus Christ, not just admire Him? Discover God’s life transforming love, and become a follower, not just a fan. This approach challenges “Jesus is a nice guy” versus a Savior who passionately transforms everyone and everything without fear. Participants will learn how to engage people with God’s Truth in a world of half-truths and lies. Based on the book Jesus Centered Lif, by Rick Lawrence.


New Member Class

May 7 – 21
As a congregation, we are growing in our appreciation of God’s love for us. We are learning to watch for the ways and places where God is bringing people into His Kingdom today. Primarily using the book of Ephesians for our discussion, this class prepares believers to personally experience God’s love and to be front line missionaries at home, within our congregation and in our communities.

Transferring from another Lutheran congregation? This class helps you effectively engage in ministry opportunities.

Got kids? Check out classes available for children and youth on Sunday mornings HERE.

SUNDAY KidZone & Youth Classes

Birth – 36 Months | 8 AM, 9:30 AM, 11 AM | KidZone

Little ones discover Jesus weekly through hands-on learning with Bible stories, songs, snacks, and age appropriate activities.


Preschool & Kindergarten | 9:30 AM | KidZone

A fun, interactive hour for young children as they learn the stories of the Bible through music, puppets, crafts, snacks, games, and more!


1st – 4th Grade | 9:30 AM | KidZone

Children 1st – 4th grade experience high-energy learning on Sunday mornings in a large group/small group environment through music, puppets, drama, games, crafts, and more. Kids dig into God’s Word each week with their small group leaders and discover God’s love for them in Jesus Christ. Bring your Bibles!


5th Grade | 9:30 AM | KidZone

A pre-teen ministry exclusively for 5th graders on Sunday mornings! Students immerse themselves in the Bible each week as they investigate topics relevant to the pre-teen years. Bring your Bible!


6th – 8th  Grades | 9:30 AM | Youth Center

Middle school students will walk through the entire Scriptures. From Genesis to Joshua to Jesus, they will see how themes of God’s grace and mercy weave through the Word and into their lives today. Bring your Bible! Need a Bible? No worries! We will get you one.


9th – 12th  Grades | 9:30 AM | Youth Center

Senior high students are encouraged to experience the transforming power of Scripture every Sunday morning and leave charged up for living in God’s Word for the coming week.  Bring your Bible! Need a Bible? No worries! We will get you one.

Weekday Adult Bible Classes

JANUARY 11 – MAY 24, 2017

These ongoing Bible study groups wrestle with God’s Word and discover meaningful conversations and prayer times that are critical to their weekly rhythms of faith. The study topics change, while the groups stay together. Each group welcomes new people to visit and join the adventure. Pray about the opportunity to participate and bring your Bible. You will meet people of faith who see God’s Mission and respond to His call with earnest commitment.


The Minor Prophets

The only thing small about the “Minor Prophets” is their size. They spoke God’s truth to His people so that we would know His ongoing love and commitment to restore our relationship with Him. The Life Change Series study guide supports the discussion. This semester we will journey through Nahum to Malachi.
Mondays | 7 pm | Adult Education Center, Room 2 | Ken Trimmer


Micah and 1 & 2 Peter

The Old Testament journey continues with a quick look in January at the minor prophet, Micah. Then in February the group will open 1 & 2 Peter with these questions: “Do you ever feel like a foreigner in your home town? Does it seem like you don’t know the country of your birth any longer?” There is a reason for that – we live as “exiles.” Explore what it means to live as foreigners in our own country.
Tuesdays | 6:30 – 7:30 am Conference Center | Pastor Micah Miller


Young Adult Bible Study

Stop using “Google” for all the answers and come search with us! Our journey together starts in Acts. Contact Sarah Burr for directions to location.
Tuesdays | 7:30 am | Adult Education Center | Sarah Burr


James For You

The verse by verse journey through James continues using the James for You study guide by Sam Allberry
Wednesdays | 7-8 am | Adult Education Center, Room 1 | Craig Faubel



Dig deep and discover the strength behind the words Paul used to encourage and equip the Romans. God changed the world and continues His work today. What did Paul reveal when the Christian community was so new in the world? What did Luther capture when he read Romans and fueled the Reformation? What does the book of Romans have to say when our world is so confused and seeking truth in the wrong places? Bring your Bible and a friend! Childcare is available.
Wednesdays | 9:30-10:30 am | Conference Center | Sandi Grupe


Cultivating Health

During this eight-week Bible journey (April 19 – June 7), God’s Word will transform your life! You are a precious child of God who He has called to be a Christ-like servant leader in your areas of influence. During this study, you will grow to guide others to 1. celebrate their Baptismal identity, 2. grow more Christ-like and, 3. foster and multiply generations of Christ-like servant leaders in your home, congregation, workplace, community and the world. Topics will include: recognizing God’s Call, growing in wisdom, optimizing finances and staying connected.
Wednesdays | 6:30 – 8:00 pm | Conference Center | Robyn Lucas


Women’s Bible Study

Esther is the topic through May 11. This Old Testament book reveals one woman’s spiritual courage in a dangerous time. It encourages and equips today’s women who are overloaded and stressed with God’s Truth. The DVD study guide is It’s Tough Being a Woman by Beth Moore.

Childcare is available by contacting Jennifer Clark HERE.
Thursdays | 9:30-11:30 am | Adult Education Center, Room 3 | Sandy Spott

Wednesday Night Live (WNL)

Grades 6-12 | Youth Center | 6:30 – 8 PM

Middle School (grades 6 – 8), WNL is a part of CONFIRMATION:RE-formed, but if you have already been confirmed or are not interested in the confirmation program, we encourage you to attend for Bible Study, fellowship, and fun!

For High School (grades 9 – 12), you will be the leaders of WNL! This is a great opportunity to learn leadership skills, be a spiritual leader, dig deeper into God’s Word, and earn community service hours.



WNL is a multi-sensory confirmation format that uses music, skits, games, video, and other experiential activities to explore a different faith theme each week. Students gather in small groups to reflect on their experience and make connections to their daily walk with Jesus. Periodic fellowship and servant events will further allow participants to practice living out their faith throughout out the year.  An optional dinner will be served and available from 6-6:30 pm. Friends are always welcome.

Register HERE!

2016-2017 Youth Ministry Health Form: Please turn in to Chris Schwenneker, Director of Youth Ministry.



We need student leaders!  What is WNL? Imagine crossing a youth gathering with confirmation, stuffing it with some progressive worship, and then sprinkling in some servant and fellowship events. It’s a high-energy multi-sensory evening that is designed and led by high school students. Led by high school youth? That’s right! WNL is led by high school youth who come up with skits, games, video, and other experiential activities to create a high impact learning and worship environment for our middle school students. So how can I help? If you can smile, breathe, write, eat food or act silly, we can use you to be a leader in our WNL ministry! Basically, if you can do anything, we would love your help!

Since you will be engaging in leadership activities, be sure to list what you are doing on resumes, college applications, and community service hours.

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