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LWM Sunday

Lutheran Women in Mission (LWM) is the official women’s auxiliary of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. Since 1942, LWM has affirmed each woman’s identity as a child of God and her relationship with Jesus Christ. Lutheran Women in Mission are encouraged and equipped to live out their lives in active mission ministries and to support missions around the world through their sacrificial gifts of Mite Box offerings and tireless service.

Pastor Nettleton’s message (mp3)

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Proper 22 (Year B)

The Lord is a perfect communion of three persons—the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit—in one God. We, humans created in God’s image and likeness, are also not meant to be alone. This is why the creation account in Genesis 2 tells of God creating a woman from the rib of the man, that they should become one flesh. One flesh, also, like Christ and His Bride, the Church. Jesus perfected this union in His suffering that He might bring “many sons to glory” in His Resurrection.

Pastor Shawn Nettleton's message (mp3)

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Proper 21 (Year B)

When the burden of leading the people of Israel became too much for Moses, God “took some of the Spirit that was on him and put it on the seventy elders,” that Moses would not carry the burden alone. The life of the Church is one of repentant faith in Christ. We confess our sins to God and to one another, and we pray for one another’s healing and comfort. Together as Christ’s baptized saints, we are raised by Him who covers “a multitude of sins” and saves our souls from death.

Pastor Shawn Nettleton's message (mp3)

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Proper 20 (Year B)

The worldly heart is filled with jealousy and selfish ambition; its fruits are hostility, quarrels and conflict. Contrast this to God’s wisdom, which calls the proud to humility and exalts the humble. This wisdom is demonstrated in the gentleness, mercy and peace of Christ, who humbled and sacrificed Himself for the salvation of sinners. Therefore His Father exalted Him by raising Him from the dead. He takes us into His arms like little children, giving us a share in the glory of His cross and resurrection.

Pastor Nettleton’s message (mp3)

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Christian Education Sunday

The Lord instructed Israel to teach His Word diligently to their children (Deuteronomy 6:7–12) so that one generation might declare to another the mighty works of God. Today, the Church is the flock of sheep hearing the Lord’s voice and His disciples are those who abide in His Word and thus know the truth that sets them free. Disciples need to continually meditate on and learn God’s Word in Christ, for it is the only Word that gives and sustains life now and forever.

Pastor Nettleton’s message (mp3)

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