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Tommy Dorsey's "Precious Lord, Take My Hand" was the featured hymn in our Great Hymns of Faith series on July 8, 2018. If you like this podcast, please subscribe, and leave a rating wherever you access it! For more information about our ministry in the Story City area, please visit http://www.stpetrilutheran.weebly.com For more information abou ...…
 
For more information about our ministry in the Story City area, please visit http://www.stpetrilutheran.weebly.com For more information about ELCA ministries in your area, please visit http://www.elca.org
 
Horatio Spafford's hymn "When Peace Like A River" was the featured hymn in our Great Hymns of Faith series on June 24, 2018. For more information on our ministry in the Story City area, please visit http://www.stpetrilutheran.weebly.com For more information on ELCA ministries in your area, please visit http://www.elca.org…
 
August 12, 2019 - 1 Kings, Pastor Joanna Mitchell by Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church - Edina, MN
 
Pastor Matt shares that Jesus is drawing you to himself, even when you are beaten and worn out. The bread of life is more than enough. This week's Scripture: 1 Kings 19:4-8, Psalm 34:1-8, John 6:35, 41-51 Subscribe on iTunes
 
John Ylvisaker's hymn "Borning Cry" was this week's subject in our Great Hymns of Faith series. For more information about our ministry in the Story City area, please visit http://www.stpetrilutheran.weebly.com For more information about ELCA ministries in your area, please visit http://www.elca.org
 
Sermon audio from St. Luke's Lutheran Church for Sunday, August 12, 2018. Marcy Miller. http://ia601502.us.archive.org/1/items/81218CombinedSermon/8-12-18_combined_sermon.mp3By stlukes@stlk.org (St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Grand Rapids, MI).
 
Fanny Crosby's hymn "Blessed Assurance" was the next in our sermon series "Great Hymns of Faith" this summer. If you like this podcast, please subscribe, and give us a rating wherever you find it - this will help others find out about the podcast and our ministry. For more information about our ministry in the Story City area, please visit http ...…
 
2018-08-12 sermon by Pastor Martin Gehring at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Columbus, Ohio, where we proclaim God's extravagant grace, radical inclusion, and relentless compassion. Join us for worship at 8am, 9am, or 11:15am. http://www.AcceptingAll.com
 
2018-08-12 sermon by Pastor Martin Gehring at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Columbus, Ohio, where we proclaim God's extravagant grace, radical inclusion, and relentless compassion. Join us for worship at 8am, 9am, or 11:15am. http://www.AcceptingAll.com
 
2018-08-05 sermon by Interim Pastor Jim Childs at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Columbus, Ohio, where we proclaim God's extravagant grace, radical inclusion, and relentless compassion. Join us for worship at 8am, 9am, or 11:15am. http://www.AcceptingAll.com
 
2018-07-29 sermon by our OneBody high school youth and leaders at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Columbus, Ohio, where we proclaim God's extravagant grace, radical inclusion, and relentless compassion. Join us for worship at 8am, 9am, or 11:15am. http://www.AcceptingAll.com
 
2018-07-22 sermon by Interim Pastor Jim Childs at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Columbus, Ohio, where we proclaim God's extravagant grace, radical inclusion, and relentless compassion. Join us for worship at 8am, 9am, or 11:15am. http://www.AcceptingAll.com
 
https://benbergren.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Sermon-Essential-Teachings-of-Jesus-Stuff.mp3 We continue looking at some of the essential teachings of Jesus. In this message we hear what Jesus’ perspective on greed and our preoccupation with possessions. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedIn
 
April 8, 2018. Christians are a diverse group, but we are all gathered together in the risen Lord's offer of peace, wholeness, and newness. For us, the resurrection is more an experience than something to be proved. Pastor Keith discusses this idea today, and suggests that maybe the resurrection is not about something to believe, but about the ...…
 
2018-07-15 sermon by Pastor David Buchenroth at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Columbus, Ohio, where we proclaim God's extravagant grace, radical inclusion, and relentless compassion. Join us for worship at 8am, 9am, or 11:15am. http://www.AcceptingAll.com
 
2018-07-08 sermon by Pastor David Buchenroth at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Columbus, Ohio, where we proclaim God's extravagant grace, radical inclusion, and relentless compassion. Join us for worship at 8am, 9am, or 11:15am. http://www.AcceptingAll.com
 
2018-07-01 sermon by Interim Pastor Jim Childs at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Columbus, Ohio, where we proclaim God's extravagant grace, radical inclusion, and relentless compassion. Join us for worship at 8am, 9am, or 11:15am. http://www.AcceptingAll.com
 
Epiphany Lutheran Message is part of the Sunday and Wednesday worship services of Epiphany Lutheran Church. We believe when the Bible says all, it truly means ALL because the gifts of God are free. For more info go to epiphanysuwanee.org.
 
By pastorpaul@faithlutheran.org (Pastor John Albertson and Pastor Paul Amlin).
 
Today we hear Jesus say to us in John 6: “I am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.” As followers of Christ, we are reminded of a dual opportunity for ministry in this text: the first is our collective ability to make the difference in the lives of so many physically hung ...…
 
2018-06-24 sermon by Interim Pastor Jim Childs at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Columbus, Ohio, where we proclaim God's extravagant grace, radical inclusion, and relentless compassion. Join us for worship at 8am, 9am, or 11:15am. http://www.AcceptingAll.com
 
2018-06-17 sermon by Interim Pastor Jim Childs at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Columbus, Ohio, where we proclaim God's extravagant grace, radical inclusion, and relentless compassion. Join us for worship at 8am, 9am, or 11:15am. http://www.AcceptingAll.com
 
2018-06-10 sermon by Pastor Fred Wiese at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Columbus, Ohio, where we proclaim God's extravagant grace, radical inclusion, and relentless compassion. Join us for worship at 8am, 9am, or 11:15am. http://www.AcceptingAll.com
 
2018-06-03 sermon by Interim Pastor Jim Childs at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Columbus, Ohio, where we proclaim God's extravagant grace, radical inclusion, and relentless compassion. Join us for worship at 8am, 9am, or 11:15am. http://www.AcceptingAll.com
 
2018-05-27 sermon by Interim Pastor Jim Childs at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Columbus, Ohio, where we proclaim God's extravagant grace, radical inclusion, and relentless compassion. Join us for worship at 8am, 9am, or 11:15am. http://www.AcceptingAll.com
 
2018-05-20 sermon by Interim Pastor Jim Childs at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Columbus, Ohio, where we proclaim God's extravagant grace, radical inclusion, and relentless compassion. Join us for worship at 8am, 9am, or 11:15am. http://www.AcceptingAll.com
 
No Longer Strangers: Bound Together in Grace Part four of a six-part series from Ephesians Responding to Grace Christianity is not necessary in our society in order to make “good” people. Other religions preach most, if not all, of the same morals that our Christian Bible does. Our civic laws perform much of the same function as the original Te ...…
 
Jesus and the crowd continue their conversation about the bread from Heaven. They question where Jesus gets his power from since he is the son of Joseph and Mary. Pastor Joe and Pastor Geoff talk... 2 Bald Pastors Joe McGarry and Geoff Sinibaldo ELCA ministry leaders talking about Real Faith and Real Life…
 
Pastor Sue reminds us that the real miracle in our lives is that we are invited into an ongoing relationship with Jesus. This week's Scripture: Ephesians 4:1-16, John 6:24-35 Subscribe on iTunes
 
Sermon audio from St. Luke's Lutheran Church for Sunday, August 5, 2018. David Blank. http://ia601502.us.archive.org/15/items/8518CombinedSermon/8-5-18_combined_sermon.mp3By stlukes@stlk.org (St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Grand Rapids, MI).
 
Sermon audio from St. Luke's Lutheran Church for Sunday, July 29, 2018. Marcy Miller. http://ia601501.us.archive.org/7/items/72918CombinedSermon/7-29-18_combined_sermon.mp3By stlukes@stlk.org (St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Grand Rapids, MI).
 
Sermon audio from St. Luke's Lutheran Church for Sunday, July 15, 2018. Feast of Mary Magdalene David Blank. http://ia601505.us.archive.org/16/items/72218CombinedSermon/7-22-18_combined_sermon.mp3By stlukes@stlk.org (St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Grand Rapids, MI).
 
August 5, 2018 - John 6, Pastor Wade Wacholz, Calvary Lutheran by Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church - Edina, MN
 
https://benbergren.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/Sermon-Essential-Teachings-of-Jesus-Intentions.mp3 We won’t say it but we wonder what are God’s intentions for us? Sure there is Jesus but can we really trust God to show up in times of trouble? Jesus dares us to ask God and more to find out if that is true. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedIn…
 
Epiphany Lutheran Message is part of the Sunday and Wednesday worship services of Epiphany Lutheran Church. We believe when the Bible says all, it truly means ALL because the gifts of God are free. For more info go to epiphanysuwanee.org.
 
Pastor Janine preaches on the Eleventh Sunday of Pentecost.By blchurch@bethlehemlutheran.org (Bethlehem Lutheran Church).
 
A sermon for the 11th Sunday of Pentecost, August 5, 2018 based on John 15 at Saint James Lutheran Church in Johnston Iowa by Pastor Bill Bernau. All rights reserved.
 
Jesus sees the crowds return after feeding them and realizes a hard truth: they don't get it, and they never will. Why are WE seeking Jesus: because our bellies are full, or because we have caught a glimpse of the Kingdom of God?
 
We come from a long line of hungry people in our families and church. Jesus still feeds us in the sacrament every Lord’s day! John 6:24-35
 
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