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Heritage Baptist Church exists by the grace of God and for the glory of God, which is the ultimate purpose of all our activities. We seek to glorify the God of Scripture by promoting His worship, edifying and equipping the saints, evangelizing the nations, planting and strengthening churches, calling other assemblies to biblical faithfulness and purity, encouraging biblical fellowship among believers and ministering to the needy, thus proclaiming and defending God’s perfect law and glorious ...
 
Here at Heritage Baptist church is it our desire to see lives changed by the grace of God. We strive together to preach, teach, and live the truths of God's Word in all areas of faith and practice. Feel free to browse our sermons. The archive tab will bring sermons up month by month, and the category tab includes several options. Don't miss out on our special "Bible & Praise Time" for the children as God's Word is taught precept by precept by Miss Jane from her missionary days while serving ...
 
Thy Strong Word reveals the light of our salvation in Christ through study of God’s Word, breaking our darkness with His redeeming light. Each weekday, two pastors fix our eyes on Jesus by considering Holy Scripture, verse by verse, in order to be strengthened in the Word and be equipped to faithfully serve in our daily vocations. Thy Strong Word is hosted by Rev. Brady Finnern, pastor of Messiah Lutheran Church in Sartell, MN, and graciously underwritten by the Lutheran Heritage Foundation.
 
Philokalia Ministries is the fruit of 30 years spent at the feet of the Fathers of the Church. Led by Father David Abernethy, a member of the Oratory of Saint Philip Neri since 1987, Philokalia (Philo: Love of the Kalia: Beautiful) Ministries exists to re-form hearts and minds according to the mold of the Desert Fathers through the ascetic life, the example of the early Saints, the way of stillness, prayer, and purity of heart, the practice of the Jesus Prayer, and spiritual reading. Those w ...
 
Although topical messages may be appropriate and even necessary at times, we are committed to the verse by verse exposition of Scripture. We trust that as we go through God's Word we will receive what God intends for us to learn. We believe God is sovereign and superintends His word so that every section of Scripture will be greatly profitable for our lives (2 Tim. 3.16, Jer. 1.12).
 
Why The Furnace? Quite simply because most people in Australia, and the world, can no longer get to Mass, or even into a church. The point of these podcasts is to bring people a share of the Mass in the Word of God and prayer. But why the name? Because the Heart of Jesus is a “Furnace of love”. This is how St Gertrude the Great describes it. As she prays: O Sacred Heart of Jesus, fountain of eternal life, Your Heart is a glowing furnace of Love. You are my refuge and my sanctuary. O my adora ...
 
Charles Spurgeon was a popular Baptist minister in London in mid-Victorian times; his ministry was highly influential and had a significant effect on many families in London and further afield. It was difficult to find a hall large enough to accommodate the crowd who wished to hear him. At times the Royal Surrey Gardens’ Music Hall was hired to accomodate the Sunday congregation; this could seat 10,000 but large numbers were unable to gain admittance. His world-wide heritage is very much wit ...
 
A native of Southern California, Jeremy was born in the covenant. A 6th generation Mormon of Pioneer heritage, Jeremy reached every Mormon youth milestone. An Eagle Scout, Returned Missionary, and BYU alumnus, Jeremy was married in the San Diego Temple with expectations and plans of living Mormonism for the rest of his life. In February 2012, Jeremy experienced a crisis of faith, which subsequently led to a faith transition in the summer of 2012. In the spring of 2013, Jeremy was approached ...
 
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Tonight we began Letter 58. St. Theophan begins to teach Anastasia about importance of prayer in the spiritual battle. He has already shown her the various stages of temptation that lead to the development of a passion. However, he acknowledges that such understanding serves little use when one is in the midst of warfare. What is most important is …
 
Rev. Philip Hoppe, pastor of Peace Lutheran Church in Finlayson, MN & St. Paul Lutheran Church in Bruno, MN joins Rev. Brady Finnern to study 2 Kings 17. Many times God allows destruction and trials for reasons we do not know. However the LORD clearly shows us why Israel was taken from their homeland: sin, idolatry, sacrificially offering their chi…
 
On June 24, the Church observes a solemn feast in honor of the birth or nativity of John the Baptist. No other saint's birthday is celebrated with such solemnity. The unique role of the Forerunner, the Voice crying out in the Wilderness, in the history of salvation is part of the reason. But also the Church wants to draw our attention to the witnes…
 
Rev. Neil Wehmas, pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Ida Grove, WI joins host Rev. Brady Finnern to study 2 Kings 16. You have heard it said, “We have nothing to fear, but fear itself.” This does have a grain of truth, but like Ahaz, we need to be reminded that it is the LORD who is our Light and our Salvation and He keeps His promises. King Aha…
 
Rev. John Lukomski, host of Wrestling with the Basics on KFUO Radio, joins host Rev. Brady Finnern to study 2 Kings 15. Find Wrestling with the Basics at kfuo.org/wrestlingwiththebasics. The kings of Israel are on a runaway train of evil kings (Zechariah, Shallum, Menahem, Pekahiah, and Pekah) and even though the kings of Judah were more faithful (…
 
Such power in a few words. Perhaps this is what makes the writings of the Fathers so compelling. In a few brief sentences or in the short story they capture for us the very essence of the life of faith. We begin to see with a kind of radical simplicity, a simplicity perhaps with which we are uncomfortable, the clear focus that we are to have in our…
 
In the Roman liturgical calendar, St. Thomas More shares his feast of June 22 with St. Paulinus of Nola and St. John Fisher. Often, he is overlooked or forgotten. But he is one of the most inspiring models for fathers, husbands, and statesmen, indeed for just about anyone living in a society that finds the teaching of Jesus inconvenient and annoyin…
 
Rev. Peter Burfeind, pastor of Agnus Dei Lutheran Church in Marshall, MI & Our Savior Lutheran Church in Union City, MI joins host Rev. Brady Finnern to study 2 Kings 14. Amaziah is now king. He follows in his fathers footsteps by seeking more power, but the desire led to defeat, trampled walls, and death by the hands of his own people. We seek pow…
 
In Part 1 of Understanding the Mass, we examined how the Mass relates to the Sacrifice of Jesus on the cross. In this, part 2 of the series, we ask in what way the Eucharist can be said to be our sacrifice, the self-offering of the Church with its head. The New Testament calls Christians “priests” and priests are those who offer sacrifice of praise…
 
The Fatherhood of God has come under fire with the rise of feminism. If we know that God is pure spirit who transcends male and female, masculine and feminine, why preserve what some believe to be the antiquated, patriarchal practice of referring to the divinity as “Father”? This article uses the occasion of the American observance of Father’s Day …
 
Rev. Gregory Alms of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Catonsville, MD joins host Rev. Brady Finnern to study 2 Kings 13. The only hero in the Bible is God. The kings, the Israelites, and even the prophet Elisha all meet their graves but today we see how God uses lowly means to show His resurrection. In all the chaos of Israel and Judah, we hear of the L…
 
Tonight St. Theophan continues to take Anastasia through the various stages where one gradually gives oneself over to the passion. There is no obligation to commit a sin; there is only a kind of inner self-delusion taking place. We might not commit a sin but nonetheless we are giving ourselves over to the inclination and by considering the thoughts…
 
Rev. Steven Theiss, vacancy pastor at Immanuel Lutheran Church in New Wells, MO joins host Rev. Brady Finnern to study 2 Kings 12. King Joash and Jehoida, the priest, worked together to help restore for the good of God’s people. After 23 years it appears there was a problem of accountability. Working together, Judah made sure that the Temple was re…
 
Rev. Matthew Tooman, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Wahpeton, ND, joins host Rev. Brady Finnern to study 2 Kings 11. The lineage of David had to be preserved and the LORD used His people to assure that the last lineage of David, 7 year-old Joash, would become king. This is proof again that God preserves His Church and His guiding hands keeps…
 
One of the most famous bible stories of all time is Jesus calming the storm on the Sea of Galilee. Mark, the evangelist, uses the story to ask the reader a question that elicits a clear answer on the identity of Christ. This approach is often called the Socratic method. Reflection on the gospel for the 12th Sunday in ordinary time, cycle B.…
 
Rev. Jared Nies, pastor of St. John Lutheran Church in Corliss, MN, joins host Rev. Brady Finnern to study 2 Kings 10. When God says “Thus says the LORD”, He means it. Sin and false worship have long lasting consequences. These consequences go beyond our generation and for those who are closest too us. Although we may not see the destruction that o…
 
We continue this evening with our study of Hypothesis V - on the remembrance of death and final judgment. While this might fill the minds and the hearts of many with trepidation, many of the fathers see the remembrance of death as the essential work in the spiritual life. The reason for this and the intention behind it is not to fill the heart with…
 
Rev. Bob Hiller, pastor of Community Lutheran Church in Escondido and San Marcos, CA, joins host Rev. Brady Finnern to study 2 Kings 9. God calls Jehu to be king, but just like any calling from the LORD, it will not be all unicorns and rainbows. God calls him to be a king of wrath upon Ahaziah, Joram, & Jezebel. God’s Word is faithful, even in wrat…
 
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