Sermons (Page 3)

Created in Christ

Our theme verse for this year’s Sunday School is Ephesians 2:10. To be Created in Christ, we are not only physically alive but spiritually alive as well! Not to be living among the world, and deserving of wrath, but instead alive in Christ and living a spirit-filled life. He treats us with mercy because of…

Mother’s Day 2017

Reminder: call your mom today 😉 Honoring your mother has its foundation in the fourth commandment. Today, moms are tasked like never before and still strive to be godly and worthy of honor. Like Mary the mother of Jesus, may we also be the Lord’s servant, no matter what comes. May God continue to bless…

The Tough Shepherd

Pictures of Jesus show him as the Good Shepherd, but that’s only part of the story. In reality, shepherds were tough! Like earthly shepherds, He stood ready to protect His sheep from the enemies of the church–this was the strong & tough side of our Good Shepherd. Even today, He continues to give abundant life.…

Got Peace?

Reflecting back on times of peace and times of unrest, when do you find your times of peace? Can we ever have peace of our own making? Instead, help us to realize that real true peace comes to us through Jesus Christ. Like He came to the disciples behind their locked doors, Jesus comes to…

Facing the Shadows – A Tenebrae Drama

Our Tenebrae Drama for Good Friday looks in on several biblical characters: Judas – voiced by Pastor Vern Salome – voiced by Kim Lloyd John – voiced by Brian Lloyd Peter – voiced by Chris Michael Mary Magdalene – voiced by Cheryl Krantz Thomas – voiced by Glen Aubrey Mary mother of Jesus – voiced…

The Choice Point

In our discussion of crossroads this Lenten season, every event and decision led up to the choice point faced by Jesus of Nazareth. Facing Pilate, the beatings and humiliation of the Crucifixion, Jesus could have chosen differently, but he made His Choice–for us!

Holy Week Drama

Relive with us the events of Holy Week leading up to His resurrection on Easter Sunday. Featuring the talents of Pastor Vern Lintvedt, Seminarians Kyle Will and Brian Doel, and Amy Will.