Fourth Sunday after Epiphany, Lectionary Year A
Two of the most famous passages in the Bible tell us how we can worship God and follow Jesus. Justice, kindness, humility and blessing can shape our lives in Jesus.
Third Sunday after Epiphany, Lectionary Year A
1 Corinthians 1:10-18
On the weekend of a presidential inauguration, political divisions and uncertainties shape our public discourse. Into this transitional time, the lectionary gives us Paul preaching unity in Christ to the Corinthian church, and Jesus begins his public ministry by calling all to repentance in preparation for the kingdom of heaven. So let's dive in and talk politics.
Second Sunday after Epiphany, Lectionary Year A
As we prepared for our annual congregational meeting following worship, we looked back on how God has worked through Lutheran Church of the Savior in 2016 through the lens of how God challenged God's people in today's reading from Isaiah.
Baptism of Our Lord, Lectionary Year A
Do you remember your baptism? Jesus remembers his baptism, and he remembers your baptism as well.
Name of Jesus
What does it mean that Mary pondered in her heart the good news of Christmas? Mary can show us how that good news comes for our whole selves.
Christmas means that God is with us.
Third Sunday of Advent, Lectionary Year A
Today's sermon features guest preacher Rev. Sarah Friesen-Carper, Assistant to the Bishop for Congregational and Leadership Excellence of the North West Lower Michigan Synod of the ELCA. It also ends with a song performed by the preacher, with her father on piano and her husband on percussion and backing vocals.
Second Sunday of Advent, Lectionary Year A
Our story of Advent continues with repentance and hope in the story of John the Baptist and in a vision from Isaiah.
First Sunday of Advent, Lectionary Year A
Advent is our season of preparation and waiting for Jesus' arrival. How do we wait? What do we do during this time?
Thanksgiving Eve Worship
On the eve of our Thanksgiving holiday we reflect on thankfulness for what God has done for us and on how we live out our thanks to God.