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See Amazing Grace in the Ministry of Jesus, in His Teaching, and in His Power (Mark 1:21-28)

Jesus demonstrates his amazing grace as he teaches and shows his power over the devil. He continues to give you this same amazing grace through his Word and Sacraments.

The Call of Christ (Mark 1:14-20)

Jesus calls us to be disciples. His Word and his call drive away fear and give us a holy purpose for our lives. Listen to this sermon based on Mark 1.

Jesus Calls Us To Come, To Share, and To See (John 1:43-51)

When Jesus called his first disciples, he already gave them a purpose: to tell others about him. When Jesus calls us to be his disciples, he gives us that same purpose to share and to see.

Cherish Jesus’ Baptism and Yours Too (Mark 1:4-11)

Jesus received benefits at his baptism and we do at ours. Listen to this sermon based on Mark 1:4-11

We are Ministers of God’s Mystery (Ephesians 3:2-12)

The Gospel is a mystery that God has made known to us. He now sends us to reveal that mystery to others. Listen to this sermon based on Ephesians 3.

The Gospel Gives Us a Lovely Vision for 2021 (Colossians 3:12-17)

What do you look forward to in the new year? 2020 was tough. We know much won’t change. But we have the gospel and that always gives us certain hope for the future.

Sing to the LORD for all that He has done (Psalm 98)

God has done so much for us! He became one with us, he died for us, he saved us. Sing to the LORD for all that he has done!

Christmas Eve: The Greatest Gift (Romans 8:32)

We have been given the greatest Christmas gift in our Savior Jesus. He will never disappoint. Listen to this sermon based on Romans 8:32

Nothing is Impossible with God (Luke 1:26-38)

The angel proclaims an incredible truth to Mary. She will be the mother of the Savior. This seems impossible but we learn that Nothing is impossible with God. Listen to this sermon based on Luke 1:26-38.

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