Where can we find new life? Jesus takes time after his resurrection to lead his disciples into his word. He does this because he knows that he is leaving! He does this because his Spirit will use the Word to fan the flame of faith into a blaze! Where can we find new life? It is found in God’s Word – only in Jesus name.
If you wanted to find out information about God, where could you go? Are there secrets hidden at the bottom of the ocean? Maybe if you climbed the tallest mountain, everything would be revealed to you? Which faith of all the world religions has the truth? This Sunday we’ll go to Scripture alone to find the answer.
Why are there so many churches?! How is it helpful when I drive down the road and see Christian churches of every stripe? Wouldn’t it be easier if there was just one church? Maybe. As we continue our study of Christian doctrine in celebration of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation of the Christian church, we’ll see that sometimes Christians need to “mark and avoid”. Our God calls us to be choosy on theology and witness our faith to all, including fellow Christians. How can we wade through these murky ecclesiastical waters? Watch to find out.
Where ever two or three are gathered in his name, there he is with them. With these and other words we have a basic definition of the church. It is a gathering of believers around Jesus and his word. What exactly does that group look like and what should they be doing? Watch this morning and find out!
“I did nothing: the Word did it all.” Martin Luther was only a mouth piece. God’s Word is incredibly powerful. Today we consider what the word can accomplish as we enter a three part mini-series on the Mean of Grace.
This Sunday we celebrate the 499th anniversary of the Reformation of the Christian Church. This Sunday ushers in a new season of the church year – End Time. We also begin a new sermon series – Sundays of Promise. Our first sermon is the Promise of Truth. As the Last Day draws closer we have nothing to fear because we are set free from sin by God’s truth of forgiveness in Jesus.