Let me clarify what I mean. In Christianity, saved most often describes the experience of salvation from sin’s death penalty—through faith in the self-sacrifice of Jesus’ death and resurrection.
But, what if we need saving more than once? No... read more →
So, what is it for you? The most protected hour of the week? It’s an hour you don’t give up easily. It’s time you guard, because time is precious, right?
For many people, the most protected hour of the week is the “education hour” at churc... read more →
We played a round of Family Feud in church last weekend. It was the 'pulpit' family versus the 'lecturn' family. "Name the top 4 answers on the board to this question, 'What are some major movements in history?'" Answers given were, "Civi... read more →
The dear people of Parkland, Fla. have been heavy on our minds this week. The perpetrator of the school shooting, the one guilty of these innocent deaths, represents what seems to be a recurring profile. A loner, isolated and angry, a “least of the... read more →
Lent is an opportunity. It’s a window of time when our resolve is heightened. We tend to be ready for a challenge, like giving up something we love (chocolate, coffee, exercise :) ). But, why? Historically, lent has been a time to draw near to Jesu... read more →
You may have heard that this October, Lutherans worldwide are celebrating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. You can be part of the celebration at St. John's Lombard! See below for ways to commemorate this important moment in history. Here i... read more →
Bring your family and friends and join us for an adult (21 and over) night of fun and fellowship as we raise money to support UKANDU/Youth Group and Team Nicaragua. Enjoy 50 different samplings from the men and women of St. John’s who have so gen... read more →
It’s been almost 100 years since it happened—a total eclipse, visible across the country. People standing on beach shores, in baseball fields, or cornfields, all looking to the heavens at the same time, smiling and awestruck. What a miracul... read more →
As we continue our discussion of discipleship, we explore how worship helps us become better followers of Jesus. Let Pastor Dan fill you in on our latest sermon series, which began May 6-7.
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