Every Race and Nation

On the day of Pentecost, Jesus’ disciples were waiting in an upper room as Jesus had instructed them to do. Suddenly, the sound of a mighty rushing wind blew through the room and the Holy Spirit descended on each of the disciples in tongues of flame. Immediately they were able to preach the Gospel to people of every race and nation using languages they had never learned, and a fire for the mission of the church was lit that still burns today. And yet, there is still so much sin in the world, so much brokenness and hatred, so much division, so many who have yet to hear and respond to the Gospel. The Lord needs workers for his harvest. Where is the Holy Spirit sending you?

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Saints Today with Hope for Tomorrow

If you golf, you may have golf heroes. Woodworkers have woodworking heroes. Cooks have cooking heroes. As Christians, we have Christian heroes that we call “saints.” The point is not that Saints are so much holier than us and therefore must be much closer to God. All Saints were also sinners. Not perfect. The point is that they give us real, concrete examples of what it looks like to live out the Christian faith.

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Taste and See

2018-08-12 – Year B – Pentecost 8-7 – The Rev. Christopher Klukas Deuteronomy 8:1–10; Psalm 34; Ephesians 4:25–5:2; John 6:37–51   As David continued to flee from Saul, he went…

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Passing the Mantle

2018-07-29 – Year B – Pentecost – 7-24 – The Rev. Christopher M. Klukas 2 Kings 2:1-15; Psalm 114; Ephesians 4:1-16; Mark 6:45-52   Christian Calling “Vocare” Latin for “call…

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Chosen by God

Sermon 2018-07-15 – Year B – Pentecost 7-10 – The Rev. Christopher M. Klukas Amos 7:7–15; Psalm 85; Ephesians 1:1–14; Mark 6:7–13   Picking teams in school Team captains alternate…

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