Know Who You Are

27Jul

Know Who You Are

2nd Corinthians 5: 11-21

Knowing who you are can be a hard thing to figure out. But God has given us a book (the bible) to read and discover who we are not only in Christ but in this world.

 

Scripture reading by Grace Sheedy

Sermon by Elizabeth Ware, Director of Family Ministries

Recorded July 23, 2017

New Berlin, Wisconsin, USA

 

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I Wonder

24Jul

I Wonder

Mattthew 13:1-9/18-23

Jesus used many stories, or parables, when speaking to the crowds. These stories compare something familiar to something unfamiliar, helping us understand spiritual truth by using everyday objects and relationships. Jesus’ parables compel listeners to discover truth, while at the same time concealing the truth from those too lazy or too stubborn to see it. To those who are honestly searching, the truth becomes clear. We must be careful not to read too much into parables, forcing them to say what they don’t mean. Each parable has a central meaning unless otherwise specified by Jesus. Let’s now listen to the parable of the 4 soils.

Scripture reading by Pat Korth

Sermon by Pastor Keith Aurand

Recorded July16 2017

New Berlin, Wisconsin, USA

 

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Prescription for Exhaustion

17Jul

Prescription for Exhaustion

2nd SAMUEL 7:1-14

 

Scripture reading by Pat Merhing

Sermon by Elizabeth Ware, Director of Family Ministries

Recorded July 9, 2017

New Berlin, Wisconsin, USA

 

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We Are Free

11Jul

We Are Free

ROMANS 6:12-23

In our passage today Paul explains that a person can be subject to only one of two masters; we are either beholden to sin, promoting an ever-increasing burden unto death, or we can listen to God, promoting an abundance of right-living unto life eternal.

 

Scripture reading by Ceiline Kashishian

Sermon by Pastor Keith Aurand

Recorded July 2, 2017

New Berlin, Wisconsin, USA

 

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