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Every week we pray for Don and Pam Leonard as they work together with Jasmine to coordinate Project Video in Thailand and China. We also pray for Pam Leonard as…
Most of the Pharisees and scribes were constantly looking for reasons to find fault with Jesus. It was clear that Jesus did not play by their rules. Jesus makes a…
Jesus said, “... unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood you have no life in you.” His own disciples said: “This is a…

Marked For Life

August 9, 2015
Being marked for Life means God has marked us for eternal life, won for us by Jesus' life, death and resurrection. How and for what purpose did God mark you?
In our Gospel lesson today, Jesus says, “I am the Bread of the Life.” Maybe you are not used to hearing that second “the.” Jesus is the Bread that has…
Today's Service is based on the text: Mark 6:45-56.  You've heard (and probably said), "God won't give your more than you can handle," but God never promised that! Actually, He…
Having just observed Independence Day in America, tonight we thank God for all His blessings He gives us as our gracious God in a country lavish with freedoms and opportunity.…

What Is Worth Dying For?

July 13, 2015
God communes with us through His Word and we respond with worship, thanks and praise. The sermon points us to the mighty power Jesus gives His disciples to speak His…
In the Gospel, Jesus shows compassion for people who are like sheep without a shepherd. He spoke God’s Word to feed their souls, and when they became hungry, he multiplied…
Sometimes, it seems like we’re looking at the world in a funhouse mirror. Precise truth becomes impossible. But through the lens of the Gospel, all becomes clear.
Jesus returned to Nazareth, his hometown, and was given a cold reception. The people seemed to want to put Jesus down more than anything else. No wonder Nathaniel the disciple…
The Kingdom of God is among us, and our world has trouble seeing it, but those who can see it, see everything differently. The life of Saint Paul and his…
Tonight, the sermon points us to the kingdom of God as we examine Jesus' parable of the mustard seed with the question: "What is the 'Kingdom of God' and Do…
Tonight, our service focuses on the mystery of the Trinity, full of comfort and strength for believers. Even though some mysteries are beyond our comprehension, we can apprehend by faith…
Today the scriptures point us to the Savior, how He was prophesied in the Garden of Eden. When He came to die for all the sins of the world, He…
The Title for Today's Sermon is: God's Word is Precious Seed. In the Gospel reading, Jesus tells two parables comparing the Word of God to seed. How seed sprouts and…
Tonight, some of the hymns in our service will emphasize the Ascension of Jesus which was observed this past Thursday, 40 days after Easter. As we remember Christ's promise just…

Everybody is Lovable!

May 11, 2015
Tonight, we honor our graduating high school seniors by presenting them with a blanket with a Bible verse embroidered on it. As they enter a new chapter of their lives,…

Welcome Pruning Time!

May 4, 2015
Welcome to this service of worship and praise in honor of our gracious Triune God as He communes with us through Word and Sacrament. The sermon theme is "Welcome Pruning…
Sometimes life is moving just fine, then something happens to throw everything into chaos. Have you ever considered that you might be able to find God's love through that suffering.

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