Jesus teaches us to pray "give us this day our daily bread." He provides the things we need now and the forgiveness we need forever. Our message on the fourth petition of The Lord's Prayer.
Jesus teaches us to pray, "Thy Will Be Done" but how do we respond to God's will and what does it mean that His will is done in our lives? Our fifth message on the Lord's Prayer.
In the Lord’s Prayer, Jesus teaches us to pray, “Thy Kingdom Come” and to see Creation as God sees Creation. God invites all people into His kingdom through the death and resurrection of His Son, Jesus. He invites all people to pray as believers in His promise.
In the Lord’s Prayer, Jesus teaches us to pray, “Hallowed Be Thy Name.” How does God’s name become holy among us? When both our teaching and our life are godly and Christian (Large Catechism). He makes His name holy by giving us His Name and making us Holy. Our message on the first petition of the Lord's Prayer.
God tells us He’s our Father. He shows us He’s our Father. He rescues us as our Father. He provides for us as our Father. He asks us to pray to Him, “Our Father.” Our second sermon in the series on the Lord’s Prayer: “Teach Us to Pray.”
"Lord, teach us to pray," the disciples asked. Jesus teaches them and us how to pray in the words of The Lord's Prayer. The first message in our sermon series "Teach Us to Pray".
We see God’s plan for everything in the actions of Jesus. You were redeemed with the precious blood of Christ, your faith and hope are in God. Our Easter message.
On Good Friday God gives us glimpses of His glory to carry us through the darkest times and a vision of a hopeful future. There Hope in the darkness. Our Good Friday message.
In the Last Supper, God helps us find ourselves, we are people who have been washed, people who have been loved. We are a community with no greater goal than to follow Jesus in faith and share His love with others. Our Maundy Thursday message.
When we live Life Together: We are the body of Christ in this hurting world, the hands and feet God uses to bring hope as we wait for His day.