<>

Faith Lutheran Church

read full post

Bringing Children to Christ

read full post

Bringing Families Together

read full post

Sharing God’s Gifts With Others

read full post
Singing God's Glory at Faith Lutheran Church
Mark 1 - 9-15

Sermon – Mark 1: 9-15

On this first Sunday in Lent we intentionally embark on a forty-day journey to the cross.  And every year, on this first Sunday in Lent, we encounter Jesus experiencing forty days in the desert as we begin our forty-day journey.  … read full post

Mark 9: 2-9

Sermon – Mark 9: 2-9

As the disciples see Jesus in today’s story the veil is drawn back, and they see a deeper truth, a fuller reality – God is very present in this one they call Jesus.  And, the disciples discovered they, themselves, were … read full post

Mark 1-29

Sermon – Mark 1 – 29-39

Shalom!  Shalom is the Hebrew word for peace.  Shalom is used as a word of greeting and farewell.  Shalom is not only about peace, it is about a healing wholeness, completeness and well-being.  The peace of shalom is not limited … read full post

Sermon - Mark 13:24-37

Sermon – Mark 13:24-37

It has begun.  And, no, I am not talking about Advent.  I am talking about the non-stop screenings of those syrupy, sentimental Christmas movies on the Hallmark channel.  I am talking about the Disney portrayals of Happy Holidays where there … read full post

Mark 12:38-44; Pent 24B

Theologian, Marcus Borg, in his excellent book The God We Never Knew wrote:

The point is not that Jesus was a good guy who accepted everybody, and thus we should do the same (though that would be good). Rather, his

read full post

Mark 10:2-16; Pentecost 19B

Today’s gospel reading is difficult because it has often become an oppressive passage when taken out of context. I also find it difficult because I come to this scripture passage as a once divorced woman with an awareness of the … read full post