Sermons from June 2024

Be Still, My Soul

Several powerful tornadoes rolled through Wisconsin recently. We cannot stop tornadoes or storms. We can only watch the weather alerts and hope to survive them. But we know someone who can. Our Creator God can stop storms in their tracks. He can also remove other types of storms in a Christian’s life. Find out more about the God who combines his power with his love and promises to be with us through all our storms (physical and spiritual) of life.

“Selfless-Worth”

People find their value and worth in any number of places. They can find it in their financial status, their brain or muscle power, their level of education, their looks, their popularity, their musical or athletic skills and there are plenty more options. This Sunday at St. Paul’s, Jeremiah, God’s Old Testament prophet, will tell us about real value and true worth, and where it can be found. Hint: It isn’t based on how we see ourselves, or the opinions…

“We’re Children of our Fathers”

On Father’s Day we celebrate dads! It refreshes memory banks of growing up and times spent with dad. It also reminds dads of times spent with their kids. While those times change over the years, there’s another “Father” we’ll spend time thanking that he doesn’t change. He’s consistent in his grace whether that was yesterday, is today or will be tomorrow. Join us at 9:30 am on Father’s Day as we celebrate the blessing of earthly fathers and our heavenly…

Check Engine

Some people consider the Bible to be a somewhat boring book. There doesn’t seem to be much excitement. Maybe you know someone like that. Maybe that thought has crossed your mind a time or two. Even if it hasn’t, we still want you to join us at St. Paul’s this Sunday at 9:30 am for worship. Our lesson from Revelation is anything but boring. It involves multiple thrones, an angel carrying a large chain and a dragon, just to name…