We continue on in Pastor Paul’s letter to the church of Rome and he writes that we should surrender ourselves to God in light of all that He has done. I will talk about what he has done and how to surrender oureselves to the love of Jesus.
As we move forward into chapter 7 in Paul’s letter to the church of Rome we hear about rules and commandments. Paul reminds us of their proper place and it has nothing to do with God’s love for us… no more performance theology.
We continue on in Paul’s letter to the church of Rome. Today we hear all about God’s timing… we may be late but God’s timing is perfect.
I learned some great things at Vacation Bible School this week! Listen in as I talk about the things that apply to us adults too! This is no children’s sermon!
We continue on in Paul’s letter to the church of Rome. Today, we get to the heart of the good news of God’s love. There is a lot to learn but by the end you will know the what, how and why of God’s intention for all of us.
We continue on in our study of Paul’s letter to the church of Rome. Today we hear Paul tell us that moralism is NOT the primary message of the gospel. When it is, we are rightfully called hypocrites.
We begin looking at Paul’s letter to the church of Rome. This landmark work is indirectly responsible for the Protestant Reformation. This letter can change our lives too.
It is Pentecost Sunday and we remember the giving of the Holy Spirit to the early church. As Lutherans we are unsure about the Holy Spirit. We need to change that! The Spirit does so much for us and Jesus tells us as much. Listen in!
We finish our series on the core values of Bethel. Today we spend time examining the most challenging of our values… generous giving. LIsten and discover how living from the attitude of abundance can grow your faith.
Last week we talked about spiriutal growth and out of spiritual maturity comes the ability and willingness to help others in need. We hear another song to illustrate this point, an oldie… but a goodie.