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Sermons on Romans


This Sunday we continue the 40-day journey to the cross that started on Ash Wednesday. Do you trust me? (To the moon and back, right?) You answer, “Maybe, Pastor, but it really depends on what you are doing.” Many of you have known me for more than a decade. I’ll tell you what I’m up to on Sunday morning. A better question is do you trust God? God is worthy of your trust.

Martin Luther reformed the Church 500 years ago.

Sola Christus

In Christ alone our hope is found! Everything comes back to Jesus. There are plenty of other people, works, theologies, and gods that others try to tack onto what we believe. As we celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation may we always keep the focus on Jesus.

Welcome to the church picnic!

The Trinity

What goes great with burgers and dogs over a park BBQ pit? A study of the Trinity, of course. We continued our celebration of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation of the church with a study of the Trinity. Our sermon at this year’s church picnic looked at how we became part of God’s family.

Original Sin was passed down from Adam to every generation.

Original Sin

The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation of the Christian Church is just a few months away. The reformation was primarily one of doctrine. We’ll take one doctrine each week and dig a little deeper. The first sermon will be on Original Sin.

The Book of Romans, God loves us. Love Like This!

Love Like This

The Gospel appointed for the first Sunday in Lent is always about temptation. Specifically the temptation of our Lord Jesus. This Sunday is also Valentine’s Day. We will look at the Epistle lesson, Paul’s letter to the Romans where he explains matters of the hear from a different angle than you might find at a Hallmark store. This Lent, walk this way: love like this. Love like God.