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Wednesday, August 6, 2014 • Posted August 6, 2014

When August approaches, we all know that change is coming: kids will be going back to school and football season will be upon us. To prepare for these and other changes, St. Paul Lutheran is offering a wonderful event that focuses on spiritual change.

Many of you know Shelia Kale as the owner of The Closer Walk Christian Bookstore in Fredericksburg. It has been 3 years since the bookstore closed and we have missed this wonderful lady! Since that time, God has called Shelia to share the awesome wonder of God’s surprises through speaking and life coaching. Both callings offer the hope of transformation in our understanding of God’s purpose for our lives.

On Saturday, August 16th, Shelia will come to St. Paul and speak on Fruit of the Spirit. Has a study of Fruit of the Spirit left you feeling like you have 9 more thing to add to your self-improvement list?????

Instead of adding more things to do to become pleasing to the God we love, you will leave this exploration of the Fruit of the Spirit feeling energized and free as you rest in God’s love for you! Shelia says, “It is such a sweet thing when God takes something familiar and gives you an “Aha!” That’s what happened as I read Galatians 5.” The ladies of St. Paul invite you to come and savor how good God is to each of us. Come and rest as we trust the Spirit to produce fruit in our life! If you have questions, contact Ann Mahnken.

We hope you can join us for this exciting event! We will gather at 10 in the St. Paul Fellowship Hall. Come join us and invite family members and friends. Don’t let the August heat get you down…let the Spirit’s cool refreshing breezes energize your life! At the conclusion of the study, a ladies’ lunch will be served. Please RSVP to Ann Mahnken (347-5474) or Cynthia Bauer (347-7194) if you plan on eating lunch!

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