The latest studies reveal that there is a causal link between Facebook use and depression. The comparison we make between ourselves and others seem to be at the root of this causal connection. More importantly, the comparisons we make between ourselves and others also can stand in the way of the Biblical concept of what it means to "wait on God." This week's message from Peace Lutheran in Gulf Shores provides a special reflection for this first Sunday of Advent, a week we celebrate "Hope." Join us in listening to this week's message. May God bless you as you begin this season of Advent!
Feel the closeness of God and His sovereignty with this special audio message on Christ the King Sunday, presenting a simple model for experiencing the unique reign of Christ in our lives. From the dramatic distance of the furthest galaxies to the nearness of Calvary's cross, no other king has exemplified a greater display of Kingship! We hope you enjoy this week's audio from Alabama's Gulf Coast!
This week's message is based on Matthew 5:13-16, speaking on how we can be SALT for God's kingdom! Don't underestimate God's upper story plan and purpose for your life and the impact that you can make "one person at a time." God bless you as you listen to this week's audio from Peace - Gulf Shores!
A heartfelt All Saints Day message with a powerful song ending. May God embrace you in a special way as we celebrate this special day in our Church year.
This week Peace Lutheran was gifted with a special message and testimony given by Lynne Hilton leading into a beautiful danced rendition of the "Alabaster Box." Join us by listening to an introductory explanation of this reading from Luke, Chapter 7, followed by Lynne's special words and testimony.
With so many trying to tell us what worship must be, perhaps there is something we've ultimately missed. This week's Gospel in Luke 17:11-19 reveals to us a lesson on worship, the first in a sermon series entitled "Having a Heart for Worship."
This study presents a literary, historical, and canonical teaching on the Gospel of John in this third in a series of twenty audios. To receive the corresponding handouts, please email email@example.com. (These audios were first recorded and edited in the fall and winter of 2016 at St. Mark's Lutheran Church in Jefferson, WI).