10/17 Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost

MARK 10:23-31; The Rich Young Man


We welcome Rev. Steve Vogt as he leads us in worship. All Things are possible with God. Wealth is a blessing from God, but we can't buy our way into Heaven.

 10/10 Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost

MARK 10:17-22; The Rich Young Man


It seems that we are always looking for something. 

What are you looking for? Happiness, love, a good time, escape?

Are you looking for life in all the wrong places? Jesus has the answer!

 10/3 Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost

MARK 10:2-16; Divorce


Nobody looks forward to just retribution – appropriate punishment for one’s wrongdoing. But in our Epistle lesson from Hebrews this morning, the writer suggests that escape is possible. In fact, he encourages it! He even explains the rationale behind it.

 9/26 Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost

MARK 9:38-50; Whoever is Not Against us is for us


Sin and salt seem an unlikely combination for a sermon title. But Jesus joins these two components in this morning’s Gospel reading. He raises some hypothetical (but obviously incorrect) causes of sin,
only to suggest an inappropriate cure. The cure comes from a source that may seem surprising until we remember His words of Mark 7:17-23, “For from within, out of the heart of man, come evil
thoughts” (Mark 7:21a).

 9/19 Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost

MARK 9:30-37; Who is the Greatest?


Todays sermon is about WAR AND PEACE. The story of every christians life. Satans weapons (jealosy and ambition} are working against us. God's weapons (faith, blessings and the forgiveness of our sins) are available to us.. 

 9/12 Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost

MARK 9:14-29; The Healing of a Boy With an Evil Spirit  


All things are possible for one who believes. Learn how God can be glorified in the midst of our suffering.  Each of us has an imperfect faith. But God has us in his hands and will never let go. 

 9/05 Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost

MARK 7:24-30; The Faith of a Syrophoenician Woman  


Faith cannot exist without good works.

Good works should be given to those who need it the most.

 8/29 Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost

MARK 7:14-23;  Clean and Unclean


Use the armor of God to resist the schemes of the devil. Belt of truth, Breastplate of righteousness, shoes of the Gospel of peace, shield of faith, helmet of salvation, and the sword of the spirit. 

 8/22 Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost

MARK 7:1-13;  Jesus goes to the feast of the Tabernacles


St. Paul tells us to submit to one another out of reverence for Christ. We are called to be willing to give ourselves up for others. 

 8/15 Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost

JOHN 6:51-69; Many Disciples Desert Jesus

There is no doubt about our future of eternal salvation because we have received the very body and blood of the sacrificed lamb. There is no one else who offers this.

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 8/08 Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost

JOHN 6:35-51; Jesus The Bread of Life


Pastor Panning returned from his vacation.    Todays lesson is about the old phrase "STICKS AND STONES MAY BREAK MY BONES......."
All 3 lessons today include references to hurtful words. The references include correcting the misstatements, admonitions against using such
words, and what a fearful, then faithful response to hurtful words looks like.


 8/01 Tenth Sunday after Pentecost

JOHN 6:22-35; Jesus The Bread of Life



 7/25 Ninth Sunday after Pentecost

MARK 6:45-56; Jesus Walks on Water


Pastor Simpson reminded us that the reason for us to be afraid is over. Jesus has power over creation because he created us.


 7/18 Eighth Sunday after Pentecost

MARK 6:30-44; Jesus feeds the Five Thousand 


Pastor Hollar reminded us to stop focusing on what we lack. Be satisfied with  what we have. What is the key to being satisfied? I know that my Lord is with me.

 7/11 Seventh Sunday after Pentecost

MARK 6:14-29; John the Baptist Beheaded


All three of this morning’s lessons illustrate consequences – only one of which is a happy one. But it overpowers either of the other two examples of consequences. That same good, overpowering consequence is mightier than any consequence we may face. It is the reason for joy in the time of sorrow, strength when we feel weak, confidence when confronted by turmoil.

 7/4 Sixth Sunday after Pentecost

MARK 6:1-13; Jesus sends out the Twelve


Pastor Hollar talked being Free at last.

We are cursed by sin and the truth will set you free.

 6/27 Fifth Sunday after Pentecost

A Dead Girl and a Sick Woman; MARK 5:21-43

Come to Him, He will give you rest.

Come, confess what is on your mind.

Come in confidence that you are forgiven.

Permanent eternal healing will follow.

 6/20 Fourth Sunday after Pentecost

Jesus calms the storm; MARK 4:26-34

In our epistle lesson today, the apostle Paul raises the specter of spending an exorbitant length of time in a deteriorating tent; and he compares that to living in a heavenly dwelling built by God. But Paul is not talking about a canvass or nylon shelter.

 6/13 Third Sunday after Pentecost

Jesus calms the storm; MARK 4:35-41


Pastor Hollar asked us all if we know what it feels like to be afraid? If peace in our lives is a hopeless dream. If God is always in control, and we have faith, why should  we be afraid? 

 6/06 Second Sunday after Pentecost

Jesus and Beelzebub; MARK 3:20-35


Our first Sunday back to normal worship!

What is a social media influencer?

Have you verified their credability?

Does it make sense to follow the one who created you? The choice is yours!

 5/30 The Holy Trinity

Jesus teaches Nicodemus; JOHN 3:1-27


We’re going to bore into the
Athanasian Creed. We worship one God, in Trinity, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. This must be believed for our Salvation.  

 5/23 The Day of Pentecost

The Work of the Holy Spirit; JOHN 15:26; 16:4b-15


When the counselor comes, whom I will send to you from the Father, the Spirit of truth who goes out from the Father, he will testify about me. 

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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.