Sermons on The Church

What are they doing here?

Many churches proudly announce: “All are welcome!” Is that really true? A big challenge in our country is cultural differences. That’s nothing new. One of the biggest challenges in the early Christian church was how Jewish Christians and Gentile Christians could get along. What about us? If a stranger walked into our church, would anyone wonder, “What are they doing here?” Join us to find out why God wants church to be for all people. What problem do all people…

The Wheat and the Weeds

One of the most unpleasant tasks for any gardener is picking weeds.  If you want your plants or your garden to grow you’ve got to stay on top of the weeds.  Jesus often used pictures that would be familiar to his listeners to help them understand a deeper spiritual lesson.  That’s called a parable.  It was one of Jesus’ favorite teaching tools. Join us to find out what message Jesus’ parable of the weeds and the wheat has for us. …


You can also watch on our Vimeo page. The effect of the Lutheran Reformation of the Church on the history of the world can’t be overstated. US News and World Report ranked the most important events of the last 1000 years. The Lutheran Reformation placed second, right behind Gutenberg’s printing press. Historians consider the Reformation to be of greater significance than the discovery of the New World (#3).

Welcome Home!

Sermon Text: Hebrews 2:9-18 Jesus picks us, the goofy, good-for-nothing sinners we are to be his family – his brothers and sisters! He didn’t have to. Never underestimate that the one who laid the earth’s foundations, is worshipped by angels and has a forever throne considers himself your brother. You are his family.