At the eleventh hour on the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918, hostilities between Germany and the Allies ceased, bringing to a conclusion the fighting of World War I, the bloodiest and most destructive war the world had yet known. Although the formal treaty wasn’t signed for another seven months at Versailles, France,... Continue Reading →
The resurrection is the cornerstone of the Christian faith, giving the believer POWER, AIM, and PURPOSE in life.
Life in this world is often a “valley of tears,” but the day is coming when God will wipe away our tears -- forever. All Saints Sunday Text: Revelation 7:2-17 3 November 2019 Christ Lutheran Church, Chippewa Falls, WI
What are you wrestling with in your life today? Remember, Jesus Christ fought those battles for you and me, and He won it for us when He came to this earth to deliver us from sin, death, and the power of the devil.
Luke 18:1–8 My prayerful hope in this message is that those hearing may grow in their faith as they learn to place greater trust and confidence in our God, who promises always to listen to us and answer our prayers when we call upon him. Message delivered at Christ Lutheran, Chippewa Falls, WI -- 20... Continue Reading →
"The Way Through Pain to Gain is by Keeping our Eyes on Jesus!" Message on Hebrews 11:1 -- 12:3, delivered on Sunday the 18th and Wednesday the 21st.
Sunday Sermon 11 August 2019 Text: Genesis 15:1-5; Hebrews 11:1-16 "Cling to the promises of God in Christ Jesus and so have the assurance of God's presence for all of life."
Text: Colossians 3:1-11 -- Theme for this this 8th Sunday after Pentecost: "Keep Seeking the Things Above -- Where Christ Is!" Where our Lord admonishes us to (1). Look forward to your glory aboe which is revealed in Christ and (2)., Live above earthly things, for Christ is not found in them.
God has eternal treasures to give us -- The Better Part -- when He meets with us at the appointed time.
+ May 30, 1917 -- January 9, 1945 + Laid to rest, 11 May 2019 Patriot Guard Riders mission complete. Capt. Lester Schade, USMC, WWII, was a POW and survived torture for over 1,000 days before he was killed. Capt. Schade, “I” Company, 3rd Battalion, 4th Marines became a POW following the fall of the... Continue Reading →