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Worship Theme: Christians live by faith, valuing spiritual wealth
Sermon Theme: My Glorious Treasure
Join Grace for worship--remotely!
Worship Theme: Christians live by faith, recognizing the battle between truth and error
Sermon Theme: What Shall We Do About the Weeds?
I Shall Not Be in Want, Sunday sermon focused on John 10:11-18.
Preached Sunday, Apr. 22, 2018 by Pastor Phil Huebner at Grace.
Living Lord, Open Our Minds, Sunday sermon focused on Luke 24:36-49.
Preached Sunday, Apr. 15, 2018 by Pastor Huebner at Grace.
Easter Brings Us to Life, Easter sermon focused on 1 John 1:1-4.
Preached Sunday, Apr. 8, 2018 by Pastor Bondow at Grace.
Christ Has Indeed Been Raised From the Dead, Easter sermon focused on 1 Corinthians 15:19-26.
Preached Sunday, Apr. 2, 2018 by Pastor Huebner at Grace.
Here Comes a Most Glorious Death, sermon focused on John 12:20-33
Preached Sunday, Mar. 18, 2018 by Pastor Bondow at Grace.
Love So Amazing, So Divine: Before Pilate, Lenten sermon focused on John 12:20-33
Preached Sunday, Mar. 07, 2018 by Pastor Bondow at Grace.
God Made Our Faith Foolish, sermon focused on 1 Corinthians 1:18-25
Preached Sunday, Mar. 4, 2018 by Pastor Bondow at Grace.
Boast in the Cross, sermon focused on Romans 5:1-11
Preached Sunday, Feb. 25, 2018 by Pastor Strong at Grace.
Midweek Lent: In Gethsemane, a Lenten sermon focused on Matthew 26:36-46
Preached Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018 by Pastor Strong at Grace.
Nothing Shall Separate Us From the Love of Christ, sermon focused on Mark 9:2-9
Preached Sunday, Feb. 18, 2018 by Pastor Huebner at Grace.
Are You Attached to Ashes? A Lenten sermon focused on Luke 12:13-21
Preached Sunday, Feb. 14, 2018 by Pastor Bondow at Grace.
The True Savior is the One on the Mount, a sermon focused on Mark 9:2-9
Preached Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018 by Pastor Huebner at Grace.
Wings for the Weary, a sermon focused on Isaiah 40:27-31
Preached Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018 by Pastor Bondow at Grace.
Trust the One with the Truth, a sermon focused on Mark 1:21-28
Preached Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018 by Pastor Huebner at Grace.
Jesus is the Man on the Mission, a sermon focused on Mark 1:14-20
Preached Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 by Pastor Bondow at Grace.
Found by Christ to Follow in Faith, a sermon focused on John 1:43-51
Preached Sunday, Jan. 14, 2018 by Pastor Strong at Grace.
Today the church year greets you anew with the one story, the one Savior, with life that doesn’t end with death, with life that doesn’t end at all. It’s Advent. The King is coming again. The account from Mark 11:1-10 makes us say “Hosanna to the King who comes!” December 3, 2017.
Get Dressed for the Day of the Lord
In 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11, the apostle Paul shows God’s great love and care for souls so we wouldn’t be lulled to spiritual sleep and fall into unbelief in life. Paul is here with this pointed, powerful, sober and alert thought: “Jesus is coming anytime. It’s never sleep time. It’s today! Get dressed for the day of the Lord!” November 12, 2017.
I’m going out on a limb, but my guess is that many of the people here today have little hands-on experience with a garden. Why wait for cucumber seeds to fan out in all directions so that you have to bend over and pick through the vines every other day for an hour looking for cucumbers just the right size, then stand for hours at the stove stuffing, steaming, and boiling jar after jar, when you can just go to Pick N’ Save and buy a jar of pickles?
“It’s time to sing!” I just love how our Lutheran hymns end. The stanza 4s or 5s. You can look this up - usually the last stanza either praises our triune God or ends with the joyful bliss and glory of heaven. It doesn’t matter the topic or the trouble - for example, we have hymns that confess our sins “with broken heart and contrite sigh”(Christian Worship #303) - so real - let’s your crushed spirit convey your disappointment and lowly plea - “O God , be merciful to me.” And yet, when I find myself surrounded by … me and my own wrongdoings, I hope I learn from these hymns that it’s time to sing