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  • Reconciliation During Lockdown Series

    Contributed by Meshak Dayanand on May 10, 2020
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    As millions of people shelter at home during the coronavirus pandemic, cases of domestic violence are rising rapidly in Russia, the United States, and elsewhere. Activists say victims face an untenable situation as they are forced into self-isolation with their abusers.

    In my last sermon, Actually wanted to talk about the entire family but in that, I was only able to speak about husband and wife. But today will try to wrap up the subject, parents and children. As millions of people shelter at home during the coronavirus pandemic, cases of domestic violence are more

  • A Tale Of Four Mothers

    Contributed by Fr Mund Cargill Thompson on Mar 21, 2020
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    How do we relate to Mothering Sunday when Corona Virus takes away the cute services with bunches of daffodils?

    ....................................... Hello and welcome and Happy Mothering Sunday. It’s a little bit different from normal Mothering Sunday’s - But…. We are reminded “God is good ALL THE TIME” - and if he is good “all the time” - that includes even now when things are very uncertain I’d like to more

  • Peace In A Time Of Anxiety

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Apr 20, 2020
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    When anxieties mount, knowing that Jesus is with us brings peace to our souls

    April 19, 2020 Hope Lutheran Church Pastor Mary Erickson John 20:19-31 Peace in a Time of Anxiety Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. The disciples were locked up inside their house. They’d barricaded the door. Earlier that more

  • Reflection A.4 / Coronavirus - First Response / We’re All Lepers Now

    Contributed by Simon Bartlett on May 9, 2020

    Jesus was amazingly sensitive to a leper. It's a great example of how we need to be, because, in a sense, we're all lepers now.

    Early on in the coronavirus outbreak in the UK Boris Johnson sent a letter to every household in Britain. The fact that he did this, and the content of the letter, highlighted the gravity of our situation. Boris Johnson’s key instruction was: stay home. We stay home in order not to pass on, or more

  • Remember...

    Contributed by Robert Butler on May 23, 2020

    In all situations, we are called to proclaim and serve our Lord.

    Today, we look to a prophet who saw it all. The son of Amoz was married, his wife was a prophetess and his two sons would be named to remind the world of his predictions about Israel - The first would speak of judgement and the second would be restoration. He would live some 80 plus years and more

  • Not Knowing When

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Nov 30, 2020

    The season of Advent calls us to watch and wait for Christ's coming.

    November 29, 2020 Hope Lutheran Church Mary Erickson Mark 13:27-37 Not Knowing When Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. This Sunday is the beginning of a new Church Year. Advent launches the new year with its deep blue and four more

  • Beneath Life's Crushing Load

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Dec 17, 2020

    Christ was born in vulnerability. He entered our realm because of our weakness, for only the weak and broken are in need of a savior.

    December 24, 2020 Hope Lutheran Church Rev. Mary Erickson Luke 2:8-20 Beneath Life’s Crushing Load Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. I extend a welcome to all of you who are worshipping with us this Christmas Eve. It’s an more

  • An Empty Tomb

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Apr 5, 2021

    The empty tomb is the first sign of Jesus' resurrection.

    April 4, 2021 Hope Lutheran Church Rev. Mary Erickson Mark 16:1-8 An Empty Tomb Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. The tomb wasn’t supposed to be empty. After the Sabbath ended, Mary Magdalene and her friends went to the tomb more

  • What To Do When All Hope Is Lost Series

    Contributed by Denn Guptill on Apr 4, 2020

    This message was for our 25th anniversary as a church, that we celbrated online because of COVID-19 Looks at how to find hope when it's been lost.

    Through January and February our sermon series was Worst Case Scenarios. Who would have believed that a month later the world would be living through a worst-case scenario? We could write a new chapter to the book: What to do if you are living in a pandemic. 1. Wash your hands 2. Don’t touch more

  • Life Valleys In Life Values Series

    Contributed by Rev. Andrew B Natarajan on Mar 30, 2020
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    This COVID-19 categorized everyone as untouchable. There is a fear of death and fear of disease. In this context, the LORD would like to prompt all those who are viewing this sermon, “HE IS WITH ME”, Jehovah Shammah.

    THOU ART WITH ME - Psalm 23:4 Illustration: An aeroplane was going through very rough weather and great turbulence. The Airhostess instructed all the passengers to be careful and fasten their seat belts. The turbulence increased, the plane was going up and down people were shouting and crying. A more

  • New Clothes, New Name, New Hope

    Contributed by Peter Fisher on Jan 6, 2021

    the way Jesus changes us, with New Clothes, New Name, New Hope

    ? Introduction These readings are appropriate for the time of year, not just because they are talking about Jesus’ birth, but because they have lots of new things in them, and we all love getting new things at Christmas. I’m going to talk about new cloths, new names and new or at least more

  • We Are Crushed

    Contributed by Damien Saylor on Jun 9, 2020

    The amount of pressure we are facing is intense. Where can we turn? What do we do?

    We are crushed! - From the moment I saw the report of locusts swarming Through Asia, into Africa, & even parts of China, & now is being tracked by ten swarms each containing 80 million locusts in it. - The thought came to my mind, this is a pestilence on a scale from right more

  • What Is A Disciple, Part 1 Series

    Contributed by James Jackson on Apr 27, 2020

    A disciple imitates the example of Jesus and follows the instructions of Jesus regardless of the interruptions from the world.

    What is a disciple, Part One Mark 6:1-43 If nothing else, this has been a season where we’ve had to learn some new definitions. There are words and phrases that were absolutely meaningless two months ago, and now they are part of our everyday vocabulary. For example: social distancing. If you more

  • "Coronavirus Concerns”

    Contributed by Andy Grossman on Mar 28, 2020
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    Three concerns I have in the wake of the coronavirus plague

    “Coronavirus Concerns” March 29, 2020 Psalm 91:1-7 Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.” Surely he will save you from the fowler’s snare and from the deadly more

  • I Did Not Sign Up For This (Life)! The Dilemma Of Our Lot In Life

    Contributed by Kelly Durant on Jul 16, 2016

    Many people are unhappy about the life they have to live. Even the rich are not satisfied. In life we have to learn to suppress our selves from high expectations and just content ourselves in God's service!

    I Did Not Sign Up For This (Life)! The Dilemma of Our Lot In Life Kelly Durant Ecclesiastes 2:17 Therefore I hated life because the work that was done under the sun was distressing to me, for all is vanity and grasping for the wind. 2. How many of you have ever ordered a cheeseburger at a fast more