Pastors Stadler, Critchley, Albrecht, and Rokke

Pastors Richard Stadler, Dale Critchley, Michael Albrecht, and Ralph Rokke

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Our Guest preacher today is the Reverend John Fehrmann, Director of the Confessional Lutheran Education Foundation (CLEF). For several years we have included the CLEF in our Missions Budget, and…

Ephesians

September 18, 2018
Paul begins the second half of chapter one by saying he has heard about their faith in Jesus and their love for all the saints. From whom has Paul heard…
Due to technical difficulties the SonRise service is an audio recording this week. WELCOME to this service of worship and praise in honor of our gracious Triune God as He…
The book of Leviticus is largely ritual legislation. Many modern readers in the Western world take for granted that religious rituals are impersonal, mechanical and meaningless. We presume that freedom…

Why is Location Important?

September 16, 2018
Pastor Stadler will use maps and photos taken from this summer’s tour to Israel to identify crucial information that can be gleaned from the location itself when Jesus promises “the…

Do You Believe in Jesus?

September 16, 2018
Frustration and faith are featured in our Gospel lesson today. An anonymous man has tried to bring his demon-possessed son to Jesus, but Jesus was temporarily unavailable. Nine of Jesus’…

Ephesians

September 11, 2018
The traditional Jewish Berakah prayer is a form that was used in Old Testament times. Jesus prayed this way, and the Apostle Paul begins this letter with a Berakah prayer…

Promise Made! Promise Kept!

September 10, 2018
WELCOME to this service of worship and praise in honor of our gracious Triune God as our Lord communes with us through His Word and we respond with thankful worship…
Pastor Stadler uses maps and photos taken from this summer’s tour to Israel to identify crucial information that can be gleaned from the location itself where Jesus was baptized and…

Hear What You Need to Hear

September 9, 2018
When we’re flooded with information, how do we hear what God wants us to hear?

Ephesians

September 4, 2018
Paul's Rhapsody in Christ Professor Joh. Ph. Koehler calls the letter to the Ephesians “Paul’s Rhapsody in Christ.” This is the last letter that Paul wrote to a congregation. Does…

Father Knows Best

September 2, 2018
Moses preaches his farewell sermon as the forty years of wandering in the wilderness come to an end. A new generation is coming of age, and Moses does not want…

Ephesians

August 28, 2018
Professor Joh. Ph. Koehler says the Apostle Paul is singing a Gloria in Excelsis to God in the letter to the Ephesians. Koehler calls this letter “Paul’s Rhapsody in Christ.”…

How to See God Accurately

August 26, 2018
God is the infinite Creator, and our minds are His creation so how can we know God with all our limitations? Pastor Critchley preached at the Monday Evening SonRise Contemporary…

Ephesians

August 21, 2018
As we conclude our discussion of Paul’s farewell address to the Ephesian elders, we will consider how the stories in Acts chapters 18-20 enrich our understanding of Ephesians. Paul spent…

Why Would You Leave Jesus?

August 20, 2018
WELCOME to this service of worship and praise in honor of our gracious Triune God as He communes with us through Word and Sacrament. Tonight, our faith is focused by…
Proverbs is sometimes called “wisdom literature.” King Solomon is the author of many proverbs, and the Bible calls him the wisest man who ever lived. Wisdom is more than common…

Ephesians

August 14, 2018
Paul has come to Miletus (a port city south of Ephesus) and he delivers his emotional farewell address to the Ephesian elders. How long had it been since Paul had…
WELCOME to this service of worship and praise in honor of our gracious Triune God as our Lord communes with us through His Word and we respond with thankful worship…
We need many things in life: food, clothing, shelter, and more. But how do we receive that which we need most, and what happens when we receive it?

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