Month: September, 2017

Sunday Morning Worship - 10/1/2017

Saturday, September 30, 2017

This year marks two significant anniversaries: the 500th anniversary of Luther’s posting of the 95 Theses and the 75th anniversary of the Lutheran Women’s Missionary League. Confessing the faith has not gotten any easier since these two events occurred. In fact, it may be more difficult to speak and to live as Christians now – and the future may be even more challenging. Yet God is faithful and has promised that His church will survive all the trials that the devil, the world, and our own sinful flesh can throw at us. Building on God’s promises, we know that this is our time to be distinctly Lutheran. Since 1942, the LWML has affirmed each woman’s identity as a child of God and her relationship with Jesus Christ, encouraged and equipped Christian women to live out their lives in active mission ministries, and supported missions around the world through their sacrificial gifts of mites, tithes, offerings, and tireless service. Now is our time to “Be Ready to Confess!” faithfully and boldly of Christ’s redemptive work for us and for all the world.

Please join us for Sunday worship at 8:20 AM or 11:00 AM.  Pastor Cory J. Rajek's message is titled “Changing Our (His) Mind” based on St. Matthew 21:28-32.

Sunday's bulletin can be found at this Bulletins Link.



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Forgiveness - Part 2: The God of Compassion

Sunday, September 24, 2017
Sunday, September 24, 2017 Sermon by Pastor Joshua Baumann

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Sunday Morning Worship - 9/24/17

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Our reward for being called to work in God’s kingdom does not change based on how long we have been in our Lord’s service. After all, we are saved by grace through faith, not by works. Isaiah’s call for the wicked and unrighteous to return to the Lord shows God’s immense compassion for all people, no matter when they return to Him. God’s ways are not our ways, yet we continue to work in His kingdom until He calls us when we die. Paul is struggled with a desire to depart and be with Christ and a desire to go on living and laboring for the Lord. Death and life contend, but Paul knows life will win. He knows that Jesus will return, raise the dead, and dwell with them forever.

Please join us for Sunday worship at 8:20 AM or 11:00 AM.  Pastor Joshua Baumann's message is titled “Forgiveness - Part 2: The God of Compassion” based on St. Matthew 18:32-33.

Sunday's bulletin can be found at this Bulletins Link.


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Forgiveness Full & Free - Now What Does that Mean for Me?

Sunday, September 17, 2017
Sunday, September 17, 2017 Sermon by Pastor Joshua Baumann

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Sunday Morning Worship - 9/17/2017

Friday, September 15, 2017
In one well-known Collect of the Church, we pray that the Lord would be with us as we are called to “ventures of which we cannot see the ending, by paths as yet untrodden, through perils unknown.” Certainly Martin Luther must have had the sense of unending ventures, untrodden paths, and unknown perils as he brought the focus of the Church back to the proclamation of the pure Gospel of Jesus Christ in the sixteenth century. It is a blessing to be able to look back to those times and “travel” with Luther and other servants of God from that era. Discovering a deeper appreciation of how they went out with good courage, assured that the hand of God was leading them and God’s love was supporting them, can encourage us on our journeys of faith in our times. May we be blessed on our journeys!

Please join us for Sunday worship at 8:20 AM or 11:00 AM.  Pastor Joshua Baumann's message is titled “Forgiveness Full & Free - Now What Does that Mean for Me?” based on St. Matthew 18:32-33.

Sunday's bulletin can be found at this Bulletins Link.

 




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A Childlike Faith

Sunday, September 10, 2017
Sunday, September 10, 2017 Sermon by Pastor Cory J Rajek

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Sunday Morning Worship - 9/10/2017

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Jesus said, “Truly, I say to you, unless you turn and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven” (Matthew 18:3). It is of great comfort that almighty God treats us as His dear children. As the hymn says, although “He knows how frail our powers,” still “His grace remains forever” and “His rule is over all” (LSB 820:3–4). Yet while we rejoice in God’s tender mercy for us, today’s Readings remind us that God intends that same mercy for those around us, our family, our own children, and our brothers and sisters of the household of God. As John said, “Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another” (1 John 4:11). In other words, we who have received mercy are the very channels and messengers of that same mercy to others. We renounce disgraceful ways that allow sin to drag either ourselves or others down, and we bring God’s merciful forgiveness of sins to everyone.

Please join us for Sunday worship at 8:20 AM or 11:00 AM.  Pastor Cory J. Rajek's message is titled “A Childlike Faith” based on Matthew 18:1-20.

Sunday's bulletin can be found at this Bulletins Link.

 


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What's My Sacrifice?

Sunday, September 3, 2017
Sunday, September 3, 2017 Sermon Pastor Joshua Baumann

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Sunday Morning Worship - 9/3/2017

Saturday, September 2, 2017

How often might you feel lost—lost among the confusion and details and busyness of life? When someone is lost, they forget or do not know where they should be going. When someone loses money, their health, or a loved one to death, everything from anger to despair to fear take over, and we are tempted to think there is no hope. That’s why Jesus’ statement “whoever would save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for My sake will find it” sounds so strange, so backward. We lose our life by daily contrition and repentance as the old Adam is drowned. We find ourselves given the gift of eternal life as the new man daily arises, and we escape death forever!

Please join us for Sunday worship at 8:20 AM or 11:00 AM.  Pastor Joshua Baumann's message is titled “What’s My Sacrifice?” based on Matthew 16:23-24.

Sunday's bulletin can be found at this Bulletins Link.


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Bible Studies

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Serving With Us

We are always looking for people to help on service projects or even with Sunday service.

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Service Times

Sundays at 8:20am & 11:00am
Sunday school will resume in Sept.

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