Sermon on Luke 17:13 ~ You Can Never Have Too Much Jesus

Click here for sermon audio: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ervc74c6rxrv8vd/2016-08-28_10-27-36_190.wav?dl=0   “‘Jesus, Lord, have mercy on us.’” In the Name + of Jesus. AMEN. “‘Jesus, Lord, have mercy on us.’” Will He or won’t He? After all, the men who cry for mercy are quarantined. Segregated. Not part of the community or congregation. They’re unclean. Parts of their body […]

Sitting at the Feet of My Fathers ~ Hermann Sasse (Christian Faith & God’s Freedom)

“As parents never can warrant the faith of their children, no single generation of the Church can guarantee the faith of the next generation. It is not faith, but superstition, if I assume that because we have Christian schools, colleges, faculties, parishes, catechism, confessions, a ministry for the administration of the means of grace, the […]

IS THERE GOOD NEWS FOR DISABLED PEOPLE?

https://www.1517legacy.com/donavonriley/2016/08/is-there-good-news-for-disabled-people/   Is there room at the font and the table for children with disabilities? What about adults? Is there space for a disabled baby in the water? Is there a chair at the table for someone who’s mentally disabled? For Christians, the question strikes at the foundation of what it means to be called […]

What’s The Church For, Anyway?

Therefore sanctifying is nothing else than [the Holy Spirit] bringing us to Christ to receive this good [knowing, believing on, and obtaining Christ for our Lord], to which we could not attain of ourselves… Everything, therefore, in the Christian Church is ordered to the end that we shall daily obtain there nothing but the forgiveness […]