Right now we are between sermon series. Instead, we are preaching from the historic lectionary that has been used by Christians for centuries. During this season of Epiphany, those readings focus on the early ministry of Christ Jesus. Please check out the individual sermons from Pastor Krueger, Pastor Dan, and Pastor Andy under the media link above. (If you hover your cursor of the word “sermon” who will see each pastor’s name listed out to go directly to their sermon page.)
Ever feel like you don’t know the Bible well?
Are you looking to grow in faith and understanding of what Jesus has done for you?
How about studying the Bible with no pressure to -
read out loud?
know all the answers?
even know where all the books of the Bible are located?
How about a Bible study where you can come and just listen?
We seek to avoid-
speaking ill of other Christians
We seek to -
grow in Christ
grow in understanding
relate faith to daily life
Listen to Pastor Dan’s sermon from 1 Samuel 3:1-20 entitled “He is the Lord. Let Him do What is Good in His Eyes.”
Pastor Krueger speaks about “Who Am I?” based on Mark 1:4-11.
Listen to Pastor Krueger’s message based on Ephesians 1:3-17 entitled “To Know Christ Better”.
Listen Pastor Dan’s sermon based on Luke 2:22-35 entitled “Depart in Peace”.
Listen to Pastor Krueger’s message “Nothing is Impossible with God” based on Luke 1:26-38.
Listen to Pastor Krueger’s message entitled “Make Room” based on John 1:6-8, 19-28.
Listen to Pastor Andy’s message based on 2 Peter 3:8-14.
The church year in the West begins with a preparatory season called “Advent.” The word “advent” comes from the Latin word adventus, which means “appearing” or “coming,” referring to the appearing of a great king or even a god. In Christian usage, it refers to the appearing of Jesus Christ in two ways—His first appearing as the Child born of the Virgin Mary and His second appearing in glory on the Last Day to judge the living and the dead. You see, Advent isn’t only about getting ready for Christmas; it’s also about getting ready for Jesus’ final appearing in glory only the Last Day.
Listen to the Advent Sermons from Sunday mornings at OSLC here:
Advent 1 (November 30, 2014)
Advent 2 (December 7, 2014)
Advent 3 (December 14, 2014)
Advent 4 (December 21, 2014)