VIEWERS IN THE FORT WAYNE, INDIANA MARKET: Worship Anew is being preempted Sunday at 8:00 a.m. on Fort Wayne’s MyTV station (WPTA-DT3 21.3) for eight weeks. It is not certain Worship Anew will appear on that station once those eight weeks are complete. In the meantime, Worship Anew can be viewed through the month of June at 6:30 a.m. on Fort Wayne's CW station (WISE-TV Channel 33). You can always find Worship Anew in the Fort Wayne television market Sundays at 7:00 a.m. on the local NBC station (EPTA channel 21.2) and Sunday at 11:30 a.m. on TCT (WINM channel 12). All programs can also be viewed here at the Worship Anew website.

June 2020 Program Summaries

June 7, 2020 – The Holy Trinity

Psalm 9; Genesis 1:1-3, 26-28; Matthew 28:16-20
“I Believe in God!” - Sermon Text: Matthew 28:19 - Rev. Dr. Thomas Ahlersmeyer

Who is God? What has God done for and through me? What does God continue to accomplish for and through me? Today we consider the true nature of our God and what it means to say, “I Believe in God.”

 

June 14, 2020 – Second Sunday after Pentecost

Psalm 100; Romans 5:6-9; Matthew 9:35-10:4
“Christ’s Death is Amazing” - Sermon Text: Romans 5:6-9 - Rev. Dr. Walter Maier III

Christ’s death is amazing! It is amazing that He would even die for us. Also, His death is amazing in what it accomplishes.

 

June 21, 2020 – Third Sunday after Pentecost

Psalm 91:1-10; Romans 6:12-23; Matthew 10:5a, 21-33
“A Bold Faith” - Sermon Text: Matthew 10:27 - Rev. Thomas Eggold

God’s call is a life-giving and active Word that changes the heart and empowers us from the outside. Through His forgiving Word, God calls us to a bold faith and a changed life, and He also provides the power to do it.

 

June 28, 2020 – Fourth Sunday after Pentecost

Psalm 119:153-160; Jeremiah 28:5-9; Matthew 10:34-42
“Sword of Peace” - Sermon Text: Matthew 10:34 - Rev. Shayne Jonker

Jesus Christ, His salvation, and heaven and hell are the most important things that there are. Next to Jesus, His holy life, His death, and resurrection, nothing else is significant. Not the weather, sports, terrorist attacks, not even our own lives. All of that’s meaningless when compared to the eternal reality of God's love for man in the sacrifice of His Son, Jesus Christ our Lord. That’s what matters, and that’s worth fighting for.