Martin Luther saw preaching as that time in worship when the promises of God are "poured into our ears" for our life in the world and for our life together as the body of Christ. For Luther, the sermon was in many ways sacramental, that is, Holy time. Come join us in some Holy time by listening to the message from our worship each week. You may also subscribe to our podcast or follow us via the RSS Feed.
Half-Truths…Bumper Sticker Belief - Confession is Good for the Soul?—Pastor Rick Hartmann followed by Pam Hartmann singing We Believe by the Newsboys
Half-Truths…Bumper Sticker Belief - God Won’t Give You More Than You Can Handle?—Pastor Rick Hartmann followed by the Rocky Janssen singing What a Friend We Have in Jesus by Converse and Scriven
Half-Truths…Bumper Sticker Belief - God Helps Those Who Helps Themselves—Pastor Rick Hartmann followed by the Chancel Choir singing On Eagle’s Wings by Michael Joncas
Half-Truths…Bumper Sticker Belief—Pastor Rick Hartmann followed by the Chancel Choir singing In His Time by Diane Bell.
Strength in the Word—Pastor Rick Hartmann
The Path to the Holy One—Pastor Rick Hartmann followed by Pam Hartmann singing Revelation Song by Jennie Lee Riddle
Presence in the Pain—Pastor Rick Hartmann followed by Pam Hartmann singing Cry of the Broken
by Darlene Zschech.
Faith Through Suffering—Pastor Rick Hartmann followed by Pam Hartmann singing Healing Is In Your Hands by
Christy Nockels, Daniel Carson, Matt Redman, Nathan Nockels, Chris Tomlin.
Heeding the Call—Pastor Rick Hartmann followed by Pam Hartmann singing Once and For All by Paul Mabury, Paul Duncan and Lauren Daigle.
Wisdom Through Seasons of Life—Pastor Rick Hartmann
Wisdom in the Midst of Vanity—Pastor Rick Hartmann, followed by Pam Hartmann singing Perfect Peace by Laura Story
Wisdom in Word and Deed—Pastor Rick Hartmann, followed by Pam Hartmann singing Amazing Grace (My Chains are Gone) by Chris Tomlin, Edwin Othello Excell, John Newton, John P. Rees & Louie Giglio