Sermons on Holiday

Come, Lord Jesus…as our Priest

Sermon Theme: Hebrews 4, 5 How many times have you said the table prayer: “Come, Lord Jesus”? Too many times to count, right? Those words aren’t only an invitation for Jesus to join you for your meal and thank him for it, they’re also the theme for our Advent Season. This week it is “Come, Lord Jesus … as Our Priest.” Savior, Redeemer, Messiah, King are just some of the names and titles we attach to Jesus. We don’t usually…

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…

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…