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Best St Paul Lutheran Church podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Invisible Church is a recording of one of the large group Bible Studies at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in New Ulm, Minnesota. Our ministry staff includes Pastors Nate Scharf, Tim Smith and Don Sutton, and Staff Ministers Tom Benzig and Kris Kuschel. The recorded class is usually one of our Tuesday Classes, which meet at 11:00 am and 6:00 pm.
 
Since 1980 Hope Lutheran has been one of over 6,000 congregations that make up the Lutheran-Church Missouri Synod. The word Synod means to walk together. With over 2.3 million Christians we walk together with our Lord Jesus Christ and each other. We encourage you to learn much more about our national church body by using the link below for its website. www.lcms.org Hope Lutheran has been served by Pastor Ben Meyer June of 2016. Pastor Meyer graduated from Concordia Seminary in St. Louis in 2 ...
 
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Watch Video of this Week's Service on our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi3HF6v7mhcD9PEOUmTkdeQ? Tenth Sunday after Pentecost Memory Verse: Psalm 85:8 8I will listen to what the LORD God is saying;   for you speak peace to your faithful people and to those who turn their hearts to you. --------------- View this week's Service Bu…
 
Today Pastor Tanner Wade looks at the readings for Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost, Series A in the Three Year Lectionary. In the four lessons assigned for the following week, a consistent theme presents itself throughout the lessons. That God’s plan of Salvation for His people includes those “foreigners” (as Is. 56 says) being joined to those God …
 
10th Sunday after Pentecost [Lectionary 19], Year A This sermon was from a Service of the Word from the Lammi family living room. To see the video of the full service, please go to the St Paul Facebook page www.facebook.com/StPaulDogLeg and search for it under the "videos" tab.By Pastor Kurt Lammi - St Paul Lutheran Church, Dog Leg Rd, Dayton OH
 
This week in worship we look at a familiar story, Jesus walking on water and explore how this story helps us with the challenges we face as individuals and as a church. Pastor Richards message is based on Matthew 14:22-33. Support the show (https://donation.lca.org.au/project?id=P35241)By Pastor Richard Schwedes
 
Today Glen Thomas looks at the readings for August 9, the Tenth Sunday after Pentecost, Series A in the Three Year Lectionary. In Job 38, God contrasts His power and knowledge with the lack of power and knowledge possessed by Job and his friends. In Romans 10, Paul emphasizes how God creates saving faith through the Word of God, a faith that is bel…
 
9th Sunday after Pentecost [Lectionary 18], Year A This sermon was from a Service of the Word from the Lammi family living room. To see the video of the full service, please go to the St Paul Facebook page www.facebook.com/StPaulDogLeg and search for it under the "videos" tab.By Pastor Kurt Lammi - St Paul Lutheran Church, Dog Leg Rd, Dayton OH
 
This week we begin a new worship series Life with Jesus, with this week's focus being Life with Jesus - does wonders with what we have. I look forward in exploring with you the Gospel readings over the next few weeks, where we learn from Jesus and His way of life. Support the show (https://donation.lca.org.au/project?id=P35241)…
 
Original Air Date: July 28th of 2020 Social Justice…we’ve been hearing that term on the news and on social media with increasing frequency. But what is it? How can we recognize it? And most importantly, how can we avoid turning it into a false Christ? That’s our topic for today’s episode. I’m glad to welcome the Rev. Dr. Matt Richard back to the sh…
 
Original Air Date: July 27th of 2020 It can be easy to fashion a version of Jesus to fit our political views, to blur the lines between the hope promised in a political campaign with the hope we cling to in Christ. Believe it or not, Jesus is not a democrat or republican. Or an independent. How can we avoid politicizing Jesus? That’s what we’re goi…
 
Original Air Date: July 28th of 2020 Why is it important to also confess what we reject? What are the teachings that we do reject? How are these teachings connected to ancient heresies, and how does our Lutheran doctrine teach against these things? Rev. Matt Richard, pastor of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Minot, North Dakota, joins host Rev. Sean …
 
Today Pastor Glen Thomas looks at the readings for Ninth Sunday after Pentecost, Series A in the Three Year Lectionary. These assigned Scripture lessons include God’s gracious invitation to His heavenly banquet (Is. 55:1-5), Paul’s lament over his people’s rejection of Jesus as the Messiah (Rom. 9:1-13), and Jesus feeding 5,000 men with just five l…
 
8th Sunday after Pentecost [Lectionary 17], Year A This sermon was from a Service of the Word from the Lammi family living room. To see the video of the full service, please go to the St Paul Facebook page www.facebook.com/StPaulDogLeg and search for it under the "videos" tab.By Pastor Kurt Lammi - St Paul Lutheran Church, Dog Leg Rd, Dayton OH
 
This week as we continue our worship series, Spiritual Focus based on Romans 8, we explore how a Spiritual Focus means we will see how God is always loving us and what this means for us and others through good and ordinary times. Support the show (https://donation.lca.org.au/project?id=P35241)By Pastor Richard Schwedes
 
Today Pastor Paul Sieveking looks at the readings for the Eighth Sunday after Pentecost, Series A in the Three Year Lectionary. This week’s lessons all proclaim God’s grace, His undeserved love for His people. They assure us that our God has loved us from before time began, in the present, and into the future eternity. He has claimed us as His holy…
 
7th Sunday after Pentecost [Lectionary 16], Year A This sermon was from a Service of the Word from the Lammi family living room. To see the video of the full service, please go to the St Paul Facebook page www.facebook.com/StPaulDogLeg and search for it under the "videos" tab.By Pastor Kurt Lammi - St Paul Lutheran Church, Dog Leg Rd, Dayton OH
 
This week as we continue our worship series, Spiritual Focus based on Romans 8, we explore how a Spiritual Focus gives us hope from God, no matter what situation we face. This hope differs from every other form of hope, because it is guaranteed to come to fruition. Support the show (https://donation.lca.org.au/project?id=P35241)…
 
Today Pastor Glen Thomas looks at the readings for the Seventh Sunday after Pentecost, Series A in the Three Year Lectionary. In the Old Testament lesson, God testifies that He is the only true God and that there is no other God. In the Epistle, we hear Paul look ahead to the glory that will accompany the Second Coming of Christ and how the sufferi…
 
This week we begin a new worship series, Spiritual Focus, based on Romans 8. Over the next three weeks we will be exploring how a Spiritual Focus affects our outlook on life, God and our relationship with God and each other. In our first episode of Spiritual Focus we will see how a spiritual focus leads to us seeing life as one where there is life …
 
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