In this stand-alone message, Pastor Schmidtke from Bethlehem Lutheran Church shares a message of God's grace.
FAITH OAKVILLE: Have you observed it? People, maybe even people close to you or who used to be closed to you, have changed. Anger, rage, bitterness, fear, anxiety, grief, and a host of other emotional health issues have increased to levels that have people shaking their heads in confusion. And Christians haven’t been immune. What is wrong? What is wrong with us? In this series titled It's Time for a Check-Up, we are taking time to do some evaluation and understand how the good news of the Gospel can break through to bring healing.
FAITH COLUMBIA: One book in the New Testament is credited for turning the soul of Augustine “upside-down.” The same book warmed the heart of John Wesley towards conversion. The very same book also turned a German monk, Martin Luther, from searching for assurance of his salvation to confidently declaring, “When I understood this text, the doors of paradise swung open, and I walked through.” This powerful, life-changing and profound book has been nicknamed “The Gospel According to Paul” but is better known as simply the book of Romans. Together we’re going to dig deep into Romans and mine out this beautiful letter that shows us the power and beauty of the Good News for all people. In this first series of three over the next couple years, we’ll focus on the gravity of sin and the depth of our declared righteousness in Jesus.
Through the chapters of Acts we witness the Holy Spirit working in and through a plethora of multi-faceted characters. How might the Holy Spirit be working through us? In us?
This series will also give us an opportunity to unfold our pathway of care at our sites – how care happens at Faith and among our regular attenders and members.
We learn what a refugee is, what they’ve gone through to get here, and what role we as Christians can play in impacting refugees here in the Greater Saint Louis area.
He is Risen! On this Easter morning we celebrate the freedom that the resurrection brings.
We use a very unusual symbol to identify us as Christians – the cross. We take a deeper look at the significance of the cross and find a message of hope, joy, and peace.
During Lent we will be observing conversations that could have taken place around the cross.
Join us as we look at seven churches mentioned in the book of Revelation. Through these churches, we will learn how to get ready to encounter Jesus and His amazing Gospel.
Join us this Christmas season, as we explore the Colors of Christmas and how Jesus - the Reason for this Season - truly is the answer to all we experience.
We are moving into year three of our Beyond Blessed journey. Let’s discover the benefits and blessings in turning back to God with hearts that are hungry to Bless the Lord.
In a world where "truth is relative", these truths from God's Word create a foundation for everything a disciple of Christ does.
We will take a hard look at everything under the sun to find meaning through this book of the Bible.