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April 3, 2022 – The Fifth Sunday in Lent

Psalm 126; Isaiah 43:16-21; Luke 20:9-20 
“Cornerstone of Salvation” - Sermon Text: Luke 20:17b - Rev. Shayne Jonker
“The stone the builders rejected has become the cornerstone.” The Messiah of Israel, Jesus, is a rejected Messiah. One the…


March 27, 2022 – Fourth Sunday in Lent

The story in Luke 15 is often called the “Parable of the Prodigal Son.” But the word prodigal is actually a much better description of the father. You see, “prodigal” means “reckless” or “extravagant” and it is in the father’s unrestrained and…


March 20, 2022 – Third Sunday in Lent

The sea crossing in the time of Moses was a miracle and also a foreshadowing of Christian baptism. There are points of similarity between the sea event and baptism which bring us great comfort today.


March 13, 2022 – Second Sunday in Lent

Christians are citizens of heaven through our King victorious, Christ the Son of God. This heavenly citizenship changes our attitudes and actions. It changes our lives today and eternally!


March 6, 2022 – First Sunday in Lent

The Apostle Paul reminds us that the Word of God is near us; so near it is in our mouth and in our hearts. What does that mean? How does that impact our lives when we are facing temptation?


February 27, 2022 – The Transfiguration of Our Lord

We all face challenges in life. Jesus was preparing for the challenges of the cross and He was preparing His disciples for a life of service following His resurrection and ascension. Are you able to see past life’s challenges to the glory that…


February 20, 2022 – Seventh Sunday after the Epiphany

Our Lord Jesus Christ has had mercy on us, even though we did not deserve it. Our ingratitude should be punished, but instead He forgave it and gave us even more. Our wickedness should be judged as worthy of hell, but He gave His own Son hell and us…


February 13, 2022 – Sixth Sunday after the Epiphany

The term “blessed” is one of the most misunderstood and misused words in our cultural vocabulary. Today we find this word “blessed” coming out of the mouth of Jesus…but the way He uses the word stands in blatant contrast to the way it’s used in the…


February 6, 2022 – Fifth Sunday after Epiphany

In Isaiah 6, the chapter describing the call of Isaiah to be a prophet, we see four characteristics God brought forth in the prophet. The good news is that God has given these same characteristics to us.


January 30, 2022 – Fourth Sunday after Epiphany

Psalm 71:1-12; 1 Corinthians 12:31b-13:13; Luke 4:38-41 
“Forsake Me Not” - Sermon Text: Psalm 71:9 - Rev. Dr. Thomas Ahlersmeyer 
What do we do when life circumstances exact their toll not only on our bodies but also on our spirits? Our prayer,…


January 23, 2022 – Third Sunday after Epiphany

Psalm 19:7-14; Nehemiah 8:1-3, 5-6, 8-10; Luke 4:16-30 
“Rejected?” - Sermon Text: Luke 4:16-30 - Rev. William Mueller 
It is far too easy to look down upon the people of Nazareth for rejecting Jesus. Upon closer examination, however, the same sin…


January 16, 2022 – Second Sunday after Epiphany

Psalm 128; Isaiah 62:1-5; John 2:1-11 
“Observing Changes” - Sermon Text: John 2:1-11 - Rev. Paul Shoemaker 
Jesus revealed the truth of His divine nature by performing miraculous signs and wonders. The first of these miraculous signs were…