Sermons by Heath Butler

Light of the World

<p style=”text-align: center;”> </p> No one would argue that we live in a world of darkness and sin. That’s why today’s message is so necessary and reassuring where Jesus claims: “I am the Light of the World!” Have your spirits lifted as you walk in the light of Jesus.  

Words that Work

Sermon Text: Matthew 4:1-11 Long ago, when two armies gathered to fight, sometimes in place of the battle, each army would pick an elite warrior (champion) who would represent their people and fight to the death. This weekend we watch a battle of champions that began in the Garden of Eden, continued in the Garden of Gethsemane and ended a few days later. Who will walk away the champion?

Sermon on the Mount

Sermon Theme: Matthew 5:1-12 Jesus is going to teach us what it means to be one of his followers through the most famous sermon of all time. It wasn’t delivered while standing in a pulpit but rather while sitting on a hill. This Sunday we will find out why his followers will want to hang on every word as he talks about living a Christian life. An added treat this Sunday, The Wisco Brass will be at worship to enhance…

Reformation Sunday

Sermon Theme: “Still Standing Strong in the LORD” To most October 31 signals the dressing up in costumes and making every dentist in America happy by gathering as much candy as possible. But for the Christian Church, October 31 signals the Reformation of 1517. US News and World Report ranked the most important events of the last 1,000 years. The Lutheran Reformation placed second, right behind Gutenberg’s printing press. Historians even consider the Reformation to be of greater significance than…

How Long is Eternity?

Sermon Text: Psalm 112 How long is forever? That’s a question asked by both children and adults. Danny is waiting for his mom’s blueberry pie to bake and it’s “taking forever.” That may seem like it, but that’s not even close. This Sunday, the Bible Story of the Rich Man and Lazarus has us contemplate the final destination of every person: Heaven or Hell. Both will last forever. Join us and find out more from Pastor Heath Butler, who brings…

Beating the Daily Grind

Sermon Text: Ecclesiastes 1:1-2, 12-14; 2:18-26 King Solomon was known as the wisest man in the Bible. God inspired him to write three Old Testament books (Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and Song of Songs also known as Song of Solomon). This Sunday’s worship will center on a lesson from Ecclesiastes. In it, Solomon seems to be complaining about the daily grind of life. This weekend, find out what the Bible’s wisest man is really talking about. It may shock you!

Thank you for your service

Sermon Text: 1 Peter 5:1-4 “Thank you for your service!” That phrase is heard plenty these days. I, for one, am glad it is. Both my father (Army – WW II) and my oldest brother (Marines – Vietnam) served their country. They were part of a group who made the freedoms we enjoy a reality. On this Fourth of July weekend, we also say: “Thank you for your service!” to those who brought us and continue to bring us the…