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Sep 19/20 – I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For – Lutheran Weekend Worship

In the Old Testament reading for today, Isaiah invites us to, “Seek the Lord while he may be found; call upon him while he is near.” We are all seeking for answers in our lives, we needn’t look any further … Continue reading

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Sep 12/13 – Forgiveness – Lutheran Weekend Worship

Forgiveness is filled with questions. How often must I forgive? Is there a limit to the grace of forgiveness? What is the connection between God’s forgiveness to me and my forgiveness to others? The answer to these questions lies in … Continue reading

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Sep 5/6 – Traits of a Child – Lutheran Weekend Worship

When His disciples wanted to know who was the greatest in the kingdom of heaven, Jesus pointed to a child as an object lesson for true humility. One who assumes the posture of complete dependence— having nothing, yet needing everything—is … Continue reading

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Aug 29/30 – What Are You Setting Your Mind Upon? – Lutheran Weekend Worship

AS WE GATHER Peter genuinely thinks he is helping Jesus when he tries to talk Him out of suffering and death. At times, we also fail to understand God’s ways, thinking we know better. Jesus knows that He has to … Continue reading

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Aug 22/23 – Backpacks, Barbeque & Blessings Weekend – Lutheran Weekend Worship

Sat Aug 22 – “Who is Jesus to You?” God’s people have gifts that are signs of His loving presence and demonstrations of His gracious power. In a sermon preached in 1538, Martin Luther observed, “Whoever comes to faith can … Continue reading

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Aug 15/16 – Break the Walls Down – Lutheran Weekend Worship

The earthly ministry of Jesus was for the most part in a restricted geographical area. For the three years of His public work, He traveled in the area of Judea and Galilee with a singular sojourn through Samaria. But at … Continue reading

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Aug 8/9 – The Last Dance – Lutheran Weekend Worship

The Gospel stories of Jesus often have a familiarity to us that may diminish what the sacred writer wants us to understand. Simply put, there has never been any individual on this earth like Jesus. He has divine power that … Continue reading

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Aug 8/9 – The Last Dance – Lutheran Weekend Worship

The Gospel stories of Jesus often have a familiarity to us that may diminish what the sacred writer wants us to understand. Simply put, there has never been any individual on this earth like Jesus. He has divine power that … Continue reading

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Aug 1/2 – Us This Day Our Daily Bread – Lutheran Weekend Worship

Miracles tend to be big things in our minds. But the miracles Jesus does are more often tied to the simple things of ordinary life—like food! Jesus provides the simple things of life in miraculous ways. That is one of … Continue reading

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July 25/26 – Taking Care of Buisness – Lutheran Weekend Worship

The Word works! The Word of God is our only source of everlasting life. Through Isaiah, God explains that His Word is as effective as rain causing growth in plants. As David writes poetically, His care causes all the trees … Continue reading

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July 18/19 – Gardening Tips from Jesus – Lutheran Weekend Worship

Welcome to worship at Immanuel for the July 19/19 weekend. On Sunday, our worship featured an outdoor Drive-In Worship event. Why must we endure the questions, the challenges, and the things that are not as they should be? The disciples … Continue reading

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July 11/12 – Taking Care of Business – Lutheran Weekend Worship

The Word works! The Word of God is our only source of everlasting life. Through Isaiah, God explains that His Word is as effective as rain causing growth in plants. As David writes poetically, His care causes all the trees … Continue reading

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July 4/5 – Time to Plant and Water – Lutheran Weekend Worship

You guessed it. Another Beatles tune to tie into our Gospel text. Paul McCartney penned a short little song about ‘Carrying that Weight’, but the lyrics said that the boy was gonna carry that weight a ‘long time’. That is … Continue reading

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Feb 14/15 – Time to Plant and Water – Lutheran Weekend Worship

We need to continue to Join Jesus on His Mission by continuing to give serious efforts toward planting the seeds of faith as well as watering those planted seeds into the hearts of those we interact with on our daily … Continue reading

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Feb 8/9 – Be a Shining Star – Lutheran Weekend Worship

We consider today Jesus’ words “You are the light of the world.” Jesus tells His followers that their light should not be hidden, but rather it should help others to see. As we go about our daily lives, by God’s … Continue reading

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Feb 1/2 – Beholding Salvation – Lutheran Weekend Worship

Simeon longed to see the Messiah. His faithfulness paid off as he was blessed not only to see His Lord as Jesus parents presented him at the temple, but he also beheld his salvation in his own hands. Such a … Continue reading

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Jan 25/26 – Our School’s 150 Year Anniversary! – Lutheran Weekend Worship

Today we celebrate the ministry of our school where we have answered the Lord’s Call for 150 Years following Him and becoming fishers of men and making disciples of all nations. Listen-In or Watch Below!

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Jan 18/19 – Connecting Water with Wood – Lutheran Weekend Worship

“Epiphany” means a “showing forth” or “revelation” of a divine being. It can also mean having a meaningful insight about something related to an individual’s life. In the season of Epiphany, we rediscover that, like Jesus, we have a calling … Continue reading

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