This article comes from The Center of Apologetics and Worldviews at Bethany Lutheran College. It is from a series entitled “Q&A Leading to Christ.” A focused way of asking this question is: Can we explain the existence of life without recognizing that its creation was a miracle? When prominent atheist turned agnostic Richard Dawkins was […]
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Epiphany, January 6, is the official end of the 12 days of Christmas. Many Christians celebrate this day by remembering the journey of the Magi who found their way to Jesus by following a bright heavenly body, usually represented by a star. Epiphany means “revealing” or “manifestation” and historically was one of the three great […]
Titus 3:1-8 1Remind them to be subject to rulers and authorities, to obey, to be ready to do any good work, 2to speak evil of no one, to be peaceable, to be gentle, and to display every courtesy toward all people. He Saved Us 3For at one time we ourselves were also foolish, disobedient, deceived, […]
This article comes from The Center of Apologetics and Worldviews at Bethany Lutheran College. It is from a series entitled “Q&A Leading to Christ.” In my house, we watch Frosty the Snowman any month of the year; that’s how much my toddler loves it. I enjoyed watching Frosty as a child and I still do […]
The eyes of all wait upon You, O Lord, and You give them their food in due season; You open Your hand and satisfy the desire of every living thing. (Psalm 145:15-16) Vespers Service Join us Wednesday evening at 6:30pm to give thanks to our God in an evening service of prayer. A meal, provided […]
Planning the Rite of Christian Burial/Funeral Sixth & Final Bible Study on Ars Moriendi – “The Art of Dying Well” “Ars Moriendi – The Art of Dying Well” Writing to those concerned about the plague in his day, Martin Luther said, “Everyone should prepare in time and get ready for death.” From the moment we are born […]
We are all sinners in need of salvation. Jesus Christ came to win our forgiveness and life through His death and resurrection.
We don’t do traditional worship, nor do we do contemporary worship. We just worship. We don’t believe church services are a product churches can sell; rather, services are where God gives us what we need. So we join in doing what Christians have historically done: worship.
We believe the Bible is the inspired, inerrant, infallible Word of God, and that it is also clear, sufficient, and powerful to work faith in our hearts.
There’s nothing more comforting, or relevant, than forgiveness. Our pastor applies the Word of God to our lives by preaching the Law (for repentance) and the Gospel (for forgiveness).