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07/18/2019

How would you spell "fludubered"? There may be no right/wrong answer, but we do know the Word of God is one-of-a-kind and vital for true life. Pastor Huebner joins in to podcast on both 1 & 2 Peter and the special way we are encouraged in Christian living and believing through difficult times by these two letters.

Start Music: "The B-I-B-L-E," performed by Elsie B. (age 3) and Kevin B. (age 3+).

End Music: "Jesus Loves Me"

07/14/2019

Because the Lord loves us, we love one another. We imitate the Lord’s love for us by coming to the aid of those in need, no matter who they are.

Sermon on Luke 10:25-37 preached at Grace Ev. Lutheran Church by Pastor Brian Hackmann. 

God of all power and might, you are the giver of all that is good. Help us love you with all our heart, strengthen us in true faith, provide us with all we need, and keep us safe in your care;
through Jesus Christ, your Son, our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and forever. Amen.

07/11/2019

Consider this a throwback Thursday as the original thinkers for this podcast, Jessica Tess and Becky Schermerhorn, join in to give an update on the Bible Reading Challenge, what we've learned, and find out the status update for all our coffee mugs. We've made it to the last page of the Bible Reading Challenge, so "don't stop now!" and "it's never too late to jump in!"

Start Music: "The B-I-B-L-E," performed by Elsie Bondow (age 3) and Kevin Becker (age 3+).

End Music: "Jesus Loves Me"

10/31/2018

Pastor Bondow flies solo in this shorter episode to talk Galatians with an old friend on the most important topic of how we are saved.

Mentioned Resource: Pastor Bondow referred to a summary of Luther's commentary on Galatians which can be found here:

http://www.rjgrune.com/books/#galatians-preview

10/31/2018

This week Most Certainly True breaks from the usual format to bring you a Special Reformation Episode. Some might even say Extra Special. Guests Dr. Wade Johnston, WLC professor, and Rachel Jankovic, author, join the show for an investigative look at culture of yesterday and today, the Reformation, and  how God’s Word gives Christ back to us as often as you read it. Listen to find out how we discover our narrative completely outside of ourselves, how social media is the new printing press, and what President Josh Schermerhorn prays for when he thinks of the members at Grace. Grab a blanket and cozy up...this is a collect call you definitely want to take!

10/29/2018

Sermon on Psalm 46 preached at Grace Lutheran Church by Rev. Aaron Strong. Confident of God's strength and might at work for us, we know we are never alone. Included is the choral version of the psalm from Sunday's worship service. Happy Reformation 501 this week!

10/22/2018

Sermon on 1 Corinthians 9 preached at Grace Lutheran Church by Rev. Daniel Bondow. Though he deserved high respect, Paul was a servant to all.

10/18/2018

Our Bible Reading Challenge takes a break from the books to talk a little further about prayer, introduce and welcome a new staff member, Drew Carter, at Grace, and even sit back to relax to the soothing sounds of a new song.

10/15/2018

Sermon on Hebrews 4 preached at Grace Lutheran Church by Rev. Jim Huebner. The Word of God always reveals the reality of sin.

10/10/2018

New guest Rev. Aaron Strong takes on Codex Sinaiticus pronunciation and discusses the Gospel of Mark.

10/08/2018

Sermon on Genesis 2:18-25 preached by Pastor Bondow. God introduces us to his design for relationships and marriage.

10/03/2018

Pastors Jim Huebner and Daniel Bondow talk all things Genesis and discuss the next Hebrew word to add to your vocabulary. Find out what would happen if God's first creation were cats and what great class you should take next fall. And, just how grossly sinful were the patriarchs of Israel? No worse than we are, which is why we give such thanks for the theme of God's grace in this book.

10/01/2018

Sermon on James 4 preached at Grace Lutheran Church by Rev. Aaron Strong.