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Stewardship Sermon – October 27, 2013

[...] what it means to live in community.  Faith Lutheran Church is a community; we are a faith community made up of many voices; each with a story to tell. Although our stories are different, we are [...]

Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 18) – September 7, 2014

[...] or interaction that takes place between individuals. As members and friends of Christ’s faith community here, let us remember that Jesus is always in our midst. Let us all rejoice because we have [...]

Fifth Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 10) – July 13, 2014

[...] answer, I am told, “Oh,  pastor I’ll be at church or I’ll be more active in this faith community, only to find that I am still waiting to see them come through the doors of the [...]

Third Sunday after Epiphany – January 26, 2014

[...] church off their weekly to- do list, and those who for whatever reason feel separated from a faith community just need that personal invitation to resume their active participation or get involved for [...]

Sixth Sunday after Pentecost – June 30, 2013

[...] used to words of comfort and healing, forgiveness and acceptance from him.  But not today; today Jesus is more interested in telling us what it truly means to be one of his disciples.  Today [...]

First Sunday in Lent – March 9, 2014

[...] ourselves from God? Is it enough to simply say, “I’m only human!”? Today Jesus proclaims his humanity, a humanity that he shares with each one of us. He is tempted as [...]

Fifth Sunday after Epiphany – February 9, 2014

[...] to us, and most times we don’t even realize they are taking in everything we do and say. Today Jesus is continuing the Sermon on the Mount. He is speaking to those he has just declared to be [...]

Ninth Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 11) – July 21, 2013

[...] we are and whatever we are doing; by inviting Jesus to accompany you on your journey in life? Today Jesus is knocking at the door of our heart to let Him into all areas of our lives. The more I invite [...]

Fourth Sunday after Epiphany – February 1, 2015

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Fifth Sunday after Epiphany – February 8, 2015

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Sixth Sunday after Epiphany – February 16, 2014

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Third Sunday of Advent – December 14, 2014

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Fourth Sunday of Advent – December 21, 2014

When we hear the words status quo, we generally think about existing conditions, the way things are with no change in sight. But when God moves into t [...]

Second Sunday in Advent – December 7, 2014

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Fourth Sunday in Advent – December 22, 2013

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All Saints Sunday – November 2, 2014

[...] they opened themselves completely to the gift of God’s grace with the support of a Christian community and that opportunity is available to all of us. And what of the saints in this [...]

Third Sunday in Advent – December 15, 2013

[...] a result, they cannot see God at work in  their lives. Each week most of us gather in Christian community, hear the lessons and sermon, sing the hymns, and receive the Lord as he comes to us [...]

Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 18) – September 7, 2014

[...] know that we are connected, woven together into one body, the family of God. Together, in Christian community we can share grief and joy, sorrow and victory, sadness and celebration. Christian [...]

Ninth Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 14) – August 10, 2014

[...] used as a symbol for the Christian Church. So here you are sitting in the boat called Faith Lutheran Church. Keep that thought with you as I being you this message this evening. A few years ago I [...]

Stewardship Sermon – October 20, 2013

[...] be generous in many ways; by sharing our time, our talent, and our treasures in support of Faith Lutheran Church and its wider mission.  During this four week, “Make It Simple” [...]

Stewardship Sermon – October 27, 2013

[...] they belong? When we become members of a faith community; when you become a member of Faith Lutheran Church you promise to be faithful in your service to this church because the Christian faith is [...]

Second Sunday of Christmas – January 4, 2015

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Second Sunday of Christmas – January 5, 2014

[...] grace’ – the power to become children of God. This morning we heard the third Christmas story told this season.  Why another one you might ask?  Well because at this time of the [...]

First Sunday of Christmas – December 29, 2013

[...] birth of the Christ child.  But I suppose we really need for this to be a part of the Christmas story.  Matthew is the only gospel writer who tells this story so every three years we have to [...]

Wednesday Evening Advent Worship – December 11, 2013

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Maundy Thursday – April 17, 2014

[...] of God’s children who live among us. This is hard to do and seldom do we do it well. But Jesus doesn’t ask us to be perfect, and doesn’t condemn us when we fall short of God’s [...]

Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 20) – September 22, 2013

[...] ; manager as an example, not because of his dishonest dealings, but for his clever solution. But Jesus doesn’t stop there. He says this manager – who is “of this world,” has [...]

Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 16) – August 25, 2013

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Sixth Sunday after Pentecost – June 30, 2013

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Fifth Sunday of Easter – April 28, 2013

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Fourth Sunday of Easter – April 21, 2013

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Third Sunday of Easter – April 14, 2013

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Second Sunday in Easter – April 7, 2013

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Stewardship Sermon – October 13, 2013

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Stewardship Sermon – October 27, 2013

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Stewardship Sermon – October 20, 2013

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Stewardship Sermon – October 27, 2013

[...] what it means to live in community.  Faith Lutheran Church is a community; we are a faith community made up of many voices; each with a story to tell. Although our stories are different, we are [...]

Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 18) – September 7, 2014

[...] or interaction that takes place between individuals. As members and friends of Christ’s faith community here, let us remember that Jesus is always in our midst. Let us all rejoice because we have [...]

Fifth Sunday after Pentecost (Proper 10) – July 13, 2014

[...] answer, I am told, “Oh,  pastor I’ll be at church or I’ll be more active in this faith community, only to find that I am still waiting to see them come through the doors of the [...]

Third Sunday after Epiphany – January 26, 2014

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