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.
Disciple or Apostle—Dan McGookey
Luther’s Favorite Letter: One Big Family—Pastor Rick Hartmann, followed by Pam Hartmann’s solo, Let It Be Jesus by Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, Jonas Myrin, Christy Nockels
Luther’s Favorite Letter: Grace Alone—Pastor Rick Hartmann, followed by Pam Hartmann’s solo, By His Wounds and Nothing but the Blood by MercyMe, Robert Lowry; arr. MercyMe
Luther’s Favorite Letter: Seeing God—Pastor Rick Hartmann
Luther’s Favorite Letter: The Contrary Gospel—Pastor Rick Hartmann followed by the Men’s Choir singing It is Well with My Soul by Stafford and Bliss
Not Now—Pastor Rick Hartmann followed by the Choir singing Die Ehre Gottes in Der Natur, The Heavens Are Telling, by Ludwig Van Beethoven.
The Healing Power of Faith—Pastor Rick Hartmann followed by the Choir singing Sanctuary by Thompson & Scruggs
The Healing Power of Unity—Pastor Rick Hartmann followed by the Men’s Choir singing Children of the Heavenly Father by Carolina Sandell Berg
The Healing Power of Patience—Pastor Rick Hartmann followed by the Men’s Choir singing I Know That My Redeemer Lives by Samuel Medley and John Hatton
The Healing Power of Love—Pastor Rick Hartmann
The Healing Power of Eternal Life—Pastor Rick Hartmann
Message— Parish Assistant Dan McGookey