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  • Spiritual Disciplines - Prayer (1) Series

    Contributed by Michael Deutsch on Apr 30, 2021

    Using spiritual disciplines to help us grow in Christ. Looking at Prayer as one means.

    Spiritual Disciplines - Prayer May 2, 2021 Prayer There’s a story about a small town that had been historically “dry,” it was alcohol free. A bar was going to open on Main Street and upon hearing the news, the only church in town organized an all-night prayer meeting, asking God to intervene. more

  • Can You Hear Me Now? Series

    Contributed by John Bright on Apr 29, 2021

    Working through the Gospel of Luke using consecutive expository preaching. Looking at Best Practices for Hearing God's Voice.

    “Can You Hear Me Now?” Luke 6:12-16 A sermon for 5/2/21 Pastor John Bright Luke 6 “12 Now it came to pass in those days that He went out to the mountain to pray, and continued all night in prayer to God. 13 And when it was day, He called His disciples to Himself; and from them He chose twelve whom more

  • First Things First Series

    Contributed by Jacob Brimm on Apr 21, 2021

    Sermon Series over building our lives under the lordship of Christ.

    FIRST THINGS FIRST Hands…who is glad 2019 is over and never coming back? Who had an amazing 2014 • WHAT KIND OF YEAR WAS THIS LAST YEAR FOR YOU SPIRITUALLY? _____ Spiritually Apathetic _____ Spiritually Inconsistent _____ Spiritually Consumed God has to be first…if He is first in every more

  • Intimate Communication Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 27, 2021

    The vast majority of Christians would list as one of the weaknesses of their Christian life, their prayer life. We do not spend enough time in prayer. We don't pray for enough people. We don't pray as fervently as we ought, or as persistently as we ought.

    If we had as many answers to prayer as we have books on prayer the battle would be won. Unfortunately it is easier to write a book on prayer than to pray effectively. It is easier to preach a sermon on prayer than to pray. It is easier to give a lecture on prayer than to pray. It is easier to more

  • Tools For Healing Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 27, 2021

    We have no example of a disease that Jesus refused to heal. He did not pick and chose, or discriminate against anyone on the basis of their disease.

    One of the great wars of all time was a war where all men were on the same side. The enemy was the small pox virus. It made all other foes seem puny in comparison. One of the greatest dangers for the Pilgrims and Puritans in coming to America, was this dreaded pox. They died in large numbers from more

  • Intimate Communication Series

    Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 19, 2021

    Every relationship of life faces this same struggle of keeping intimacy alive. In every case the only way to do this is by means of communication. That is why prayer was a priority in the life of Jesus.

    If we had as many answers to prayer as we have books on prayer the battle would be won. Unfortunately it is easier to write a book on prayer than to pray effectively. It is easier to preach a sermon on prayer than to pray. It is easier to give a lecture on prayer than to pray. It is easier to do more

  • The Healing Of A Leper Series

    Contributed by Bradford Reaves on Mar 18, 2021

    At first reading, this story has the tones of a divine miracle but it is so much more.

    Introduction At first reading, this story has the tones of a divine miracle. Something that would have been incredible to see as a member of the crowd. The image of a poor wretched man, probably on his last days on earth, begging the Lord Jesus for a new lease on life, and getting just that. In more

  • Healing

    Contributed by Fr. Damien Evangelista on Feb 28, 2021


    When Christ extends his hand to cure the leper, the Lord is proclaiming that God's Kingdom has shattered the darkness in our world. The Lord has come to wage spiritual warfare through his healing ministry against the Devil. Making physical contact with a leper, though, was taboo because more

  • Mercy Triumphs Over Judgment

    Contributed by Jim Keegan on Feb 18, 2021

    “Mercy triumphs over judgment” is one of the most important declarations in all of scripture-- both for our own salvation, and in how we reflect God’s love for a fallen world.

    Mercy Triumphs Over Judgment James 2:13 (Read Mark 1:40-45) Spiros Zodhiates was a Greek scholar and Christian leader who told of once preaching on the love of God to a leprosy colony in India. Their members were so moved by his message that they came forward to embrace him afterwards. He said more

  • Jesus Seeks You, Not Ya'll Series

    Contributed by Sean Lester on Feb 17, 2021

    Popular ministry diminishes the freedom a minister has to reach an individual seeking God’s love and mercy. Instead, ministry seeks to save an individual rather than gather a crowd.

    !st Week of Lent 2021 RCL Year B Text: Mark 1:40-45 Introduction: This is a story about how Jesus was inconvenienced by someone who had been healed by a life crippling disease. A leper dropped to his knees in front of Jesus and begged to be healed. Jesus felt warmly toward the man and with a more

  • Made Clean Series

    Contributed by Aneel Aranha on Feb 13, 2021

    We can sometimes get over-enthusiastic about bring people to Jesus and exaggerate what he has done for us. There is a simpler, more effective way. [Watch video:]

    Scripture Reading: Mark 1:40-45 A man with leprosy came to him and begged him on his knees, “If you are willing, you can make me clean.” Jesus was indignant. He reached out his hand and touched the man. “I am willing,” he said. “Be clean!” Immediately the leprosy left him and he was cleansed. Jesus more

  • From The Street Where You Live To The Faraway Towns

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Feb 8, 2021

    Jesus' ministry pulls him in two directions: very close to the person in need and outwards to encounter all people. Our first instinct is to keep Jesus solely for ourselves. But as his divine grace lifts us up, he calls us outward into our lives of purpose

    February 7, 2021 Hope Lutheran Church Rev. Mary Erickson Mark 1:29-39 From the Street Where You Live to the Faraway Towns Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. When I go for a walk along a neighborhood street, I like to look at the more

  • Everybody's Looking For You

    Contributed by Gerald Roberts on Feb 7, 2021

    Today is super bowl and we will be looking for the spectacular, miraculous, and we believe its the biggest event of the year. Todays texts tells us Jesus does the spectacular, He does the Miraculous, and He alone is the biggest and greatest event ever.

    Everyone is looking for you. Mark 1:29-39 1. Everyone will be looking for the Spectacular • Spectacular QBs, like Tom Brady who has had many comeback victories none greater than in a Super Bowl 51 down 28 to 3 in the third quarter points and come back and win the Super Bowl , Patrick Mchomes more

  • Leprosy Is Not The Problem Series

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Feb 7, 2021
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    Jesus today needs replacements in His ministry, saints to live His life, calling men and women and children to repentance, healing, and a new and happier life with His Church.

    Sixth Sunday in Course 2021 You may have noticed that not only have we been reading St. Mark’s Gospel since Advent began, but also that this is the sixth week just on chapter 1. He introduced us to John the Baptist, then Jesus came south from Nazareth to be baptized. He was driven by the Spirit more

  • Lift Us Up Lord

    Contributed by John Williams Iii on Feb 6, 2021

    Jesus is the only one who can lift us up where we need His healing touch---a touch only Jesus can give! Look at Jesus’s domestic touch, His couch in the community and the necessity of prayer.

    LIFT US UP LORD Text: Mark 1:29 - 39 Mark 1:29-39  As soon as they left the synagogue, they entered the house of Simon and Andrew, with James and John.  (30)  Now Simon's mother-in-law was in bed with a fever, and they told him about her at once.  (31)  He came and more