Sermon Archive

Forever Home

Sermon Text: Revelation 21 HGTV, the Magnolia Network and other DIY shows have used the term “Forever Home” to describe a home they’re building, renovating or remodeling? It’s a home where a couple will spend their entire adult life. The “Forever Home” concept isn’t unique, or even new. God has been talking about it ever since he created the Garden of Eden. Adam and Eve’s sin interrupted God’s original plan. Join us this Sunday as we look at the “Forever…

I Love You

How do you send an “I love you” message? With flowers … a gift … a hug … a card … a text message full of emojis … dinner and a concert … making something? There are lots of ways to say: “I love you.” God also talks about love in lots of ways in his book, the Bible. Join us Sunday so you can meet Richie and find out why his “I love you” message was misunderstood by Jenny,…

Thank God for Christian Moms

With absolute certainty we can say that every person has a mom. What is a mom? Is she simply the one who carries and then gives birth to a child? God would say she’s so much more. Join us at St. Paul’s on Mother’s Day as we look at three moms from the Bible and see that a mom is the one who carries out her God-given role of raising her child to be God’s child as well. That’s why…

Milestones

Young Christians wearing white gowns with red stoles and a red carnation! It must be Confirmation Sunday at St. Paul’s! This Sunday, nine young Christians will answer questions on what they’ve learned from God’s Word. They’ll promise their love and loyalty to their Lord. And, they’ll receive the Lord’s Supper for the forgiveness of their sins and the strengthening of the faith they’re professing. What an exciting time for them and for God’s people. Celebrate this milestone in their young…

First Words

The first words are often memorable. Parents remember the first words their child spoke. What were the first words when Neil Armstrong stepped foot on the moon? Because Jesus defeated our arch-enemies of sin, Satan and death we actively participate in Christ’s triumph. Easter is more than a day. It is seven triumphant weeks of joy. That’s why it is vital to our spiritual health to remember the first words Jesus spoke after he rose.

Hands of Praise

Sermon Text: Mark 11:1-11 The words and actions of Jesus when he walked this earth are significant. Palm Sunday was a significant day, a celebration day in the life and ministry of Jesus. His full identity as Savior, both true God and true man, begins to be revealed.