5/22  Sixth S of Easter

Satan’s impact in the world is obvious. It permeates every aspect of our culture and every culture in the world. It is often easy to look at
his power and influence and conclude that all is lost, that there is no hope. And the closer the tribulation strikes, the more we are inclined
we are to give up.
But in our Gospel reading this morning, Jesus tells us to expect this. And then he offers an absolute assurance, “Take heart, I have overcome the world.”

 5/15  Fifth S of Easter

Are we wedding crashers? Do we deserve to be in Heaven? Jesus came to save even the dogs of the world. We are very lucky dogs.


 5/8  Fourth S of Easter

In the book of Revelation, John tries to describe the indescribable – the beauty and glory of heaven. Won’t it be wonderful when we finally
get to enjoy it? What if we already could, virtually, even while living on earth? Could it be
that we can, even now, experience the security and joy to come?

Previous Easter Sermons


 5/1  Third S of Easter

How many Lutherans does it take to change a light bulb? Do we like to change? Has Jesus's death, resurrection and ascension changed your life?

Cross with Sunrise

 4/17  Second S of Easter

What's it like to sit in the left field bleachers at Pelicans stadium? Theres no shade.

When God's shadow appears, His presence is there. In the shadow of the cross we stand corrected.  

 4/17  Easter Sunday  

Are you afraid, confused, in need of a miracle?

Peace be with you. Jesus is Risen!

 4/10  Palm Sunday  

Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week, the week that saw Jesus go from celebrated king entering Jerusalem with crowds shouting, “Hosanna to the Son of David!” to his trial with crowds shouting, “Crucify him!” The week concluded with Jesus’ death on the cross and burial.

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We believe in the Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit

We believe that Jesus Christ died on the cross so that we may have everlasting life through him.