Category: John

How can you know God exists?

Join us today as we talk about the Natural Knowledge of God, the evidence of God we see in the world around us, and the Revealed Knowledge of God, what God tells us about himself in the Bible.

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The Day You Will Die

Today we’re joined by Brad Kerkow, Pastor at Hope in Leander, Texas for a serious topic: death. Thanks be to God that we have hope, even in death.

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Thank God for Freedom

🇺🇸 Happy Memorial Day! 🇺🇸 Today we thank the men and women who have sacrificed everything so that we can live free. We thank God for them and pray he is with the ones who are standing up for our liberties. As citizens, we should take full advantage of this freedom by practicing our religion. Gather together to hear God’s Word and share this good message with those around you. Thank you God for freedom to worship!

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You are a Welcome Guest

How do you prepare for guests? Jesus went to heaven to prepare a place for you. To get your room ready. Praise God for his mercy!

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Hey, look over here!

Hey, look over here! This is pretty much what John the Baptist said when he saw Jesus. We say the same thing in church on Sunday. Pastor Kyle Madson talks about The Angus Dei.

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The Love of a Mother

The joy of motherhood often overshadows the pains of pregnancy. Jesus uses this as an illustration of our heavenly joy to come. Our time or earth may be filled with sorrow, but in heaven we will remember our anguish no longer.

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Can You Believe Jesus?

Brad Kerkow, Pastor at Hope Lutheran Church, says he can says he can jump over a building, run a marathon in under two hours, and do 200 pushups in a row. Can he convince you of these claims? And can you trust what Jesus says? Find out now:

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You Also Will Live

Death. Seems. So. Final. But it’s not. Let’s join Pastor Tim Hartwig today for a message of comfort.

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The Lord is My Shepherd, He Guides Me

Do you like tour guides? Guides, often, can be very helpful when visiting someplace new or unfamiliar. Today we continue our series on Psalm 23 with Pastor Matt Moldstad as we dive into verse three.

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