As we prepare for the 500th year of the reformation we examine the tenets of our Lutheran faith. Today we examine “Sola Gratia” – Grace Alone…
We’ve all heard this, always looking ahead and striving for that goal. Jesus kept his eyes on the cross and resurrection and our salvation – He had his eyes set on us. It can be a challenge for us today – we should strive to keep our eyes on Christ as our prize.
When Jesus shared the news of His death and resurrection, the disciples asked who will be the greatest in His kingdom? Even today, it’s easy to apply earthly standards – but this comes from inside us. Children of the ancient world relied on their parents. In the same way we must also be like children…
Faith comes from promises. Some promises give hope and others are warnings. One promise in particular brings great hope – God will provide a Savior from the line of Abraham. Let’s listen to how God fulfilled His promise and what this promise means for us today.
In this followup to last week’s sermon, we explore the difference between the little faith of the disciples and the great faith of the woman on the road to Tyre and Sidon.
This is the first part of our three-part series on faith. We begin with the faith of the disciples being testing in the wind and the waves.
Society can make us feel less than priceless. It puts a dollar amount on each person like a point on a graph. Likewise, Satan wants us to feel worthless, but take heart! Jesus came to save us and reaffirm our worth as His priceless treasure. The three parables Jesus shared in the book of Matthew…
At first glance, the parable of the sower is straightforward – Jesus even explains it to us. But there is more! Join us as we dig deeper and examine what this parable means for us in today’s rocky landscape.