For sermon based on Romans 10:8-13 that happens to fall on Valentines Day
Description: “How can I be sure of love?” In our world, love and broken promises seem to go together. But when want to be sure about love, how can we know?
(Psalms 119:11) I have stored up your word in my heart, that I might not sin against you.
For my sermon on Psalm 19:7-14
Description: “The Sweet Law” Does obedience excite you? Probably not. But the better we know God, the more we desire obedience to Him.
This week’s sermon title is, “What is the Baptized life?” based on Romans 6:1-11. Here’s some graphics I created for it.
Benediction: A Sonnet Grace, mercy, and peace be to you from God our Father and from our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Amen. Text: (Num 6:22-27 ESV) “The LORD spoke to Moses, saying, “Speak to Aaron and his sons, saying, … Continue reading →
Here’s my Christmas Eve sermon from 2009: How the Grinch Missed Christmas Grace, mercy, and peace be to you from God our Father and from our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Amen. Text: (1 John 4:7-11 ESV) “Beloved, let us … Continue reading →
I’m preaching on Christmas Eve on Isaiah 9:2-7, and I created this image for use in it. Help yourself if you find it useful.
This Thanksgiving, I’m preaching on Deuteronomy 8:1-10:
It’s hard to be thankful in the hard times even when we know God is with us. So what needs to change so we can be truly thankful?
Here’s the image I created for it—feel free to use it.
An image designed for a sermon based on Ecclesiastes 5:10-20, depicting how our wealth can leave us trapped in a tomb, but in Christ, God gives us new life and frees us.
ServiceBuilder provides free service planning & scheduling software, enabling churches to coordinate volunteers and more. Added Fall 2015: an automatic website creation tool for churches with neither budget nor expertise. ServiceBuilder is church organization software, for planning services, organizing teams, … Continue reading →
Handbells and voices lifted in song to praise God! All the arrangements are based on hymns in Lutheran Service Book, are in public domain and are made available for free to those who want to use them to enhance their … Continue reading →