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02/23/2020

Jesus appears in glory as the Son of God.

Shortly before he began his journey to Jerusalem to suffer and die, Jesus took three of his disciples to a high mountain and showed them the divine reality that existed within his humble appearance: the Suffering Servant is truly the Son of God. We see this same sight through the eyes of faith as we prepare to follow the Savior to the cross during Lent.

Prayer:

Lord God, before the suffering and death of your one and only Son, you revealed his glory on the holy mountain. Grant that we who bear his cross on earth may behold by faith the light of his heavenly glory and so be changed into his likeness; through Jesus Christ, your Son, our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen.

02/20/2020

A gift is only worthwhile if it is used and used in the proper way.  God’s Word is an enormous gift to mankind, yet it doesn’t come without God’s instructions on how to use it!  In this latest episode, Pastors Huebner and Hackmann discuss the Proper Use of the Bible.  Four rules of biblical interpretation are explored and put into practice.   The discussion ends with the need for and purpose of creeds and confessions.    This discussion on Grace Abounds chapter 4 rounds out the introductory chapters on the Word of God!  

02/16/2020

Live a holy life.

How does God want us to live? How do we define “obedience” from God’s point of view? Jesus has the answer.

Prayer:

Lord God, in mercy receive the prayers of your people. Grant them the wisdom to know the things that please you and the grace and power always to accomplish them; through Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen.

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09/02/2018

Sermon on Romans 9:30-10:4 preached by Pastor Bondow on September 2, 2018

09/09/2018

Welcome to Grace Lutheran Church’s new podcast: Most Certainly True. This week Pastor Bondow, Becky Schermerhorn, and Jessica Tess chat about the upcoming Bible Reading Challenge starting October 1st. Learn all you need to know about how to join the fun, why the Apostle Paul would make a good mom, and what happens when Pastor is forced to choose his favorite book of the Bible.

09/13/2018

Sermon on Mark 7 preached at Grace Lutheran Church by Rev. Jim Huebner.

09/18/2018

Sermon on Mark 9 preached at Grace Lutheran Church by Rev. Daniel Bondow.

09/24/2018

Sermon on James 3 preached at Grace Lutheran Church by Rev. Jim Huebner.

09/27/2018

In this, somewhat of a renegade, episode, find out what happens when a pastor and two moms try to podcast after a full day of work and kids. Listen to hear who gives Pastor permission to “click and print” old sermons in order to take a vacation, how common it is to drive around with a Bible on top of your car, and what happens when Becky tries to save a deteriorating conversation by discussing a movie she doesn’t even remember. Will we ever find out what EHV even means? A train wreck of thoughts that end up at Christ, the best place to be.

10/01/2018

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

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.

10/08/2018

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

10/10/2018

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