Sunday, January 27, 2013

January 27, 2013: 1 Thessalonians, part 2: Serving

As Pastor Michael Hodge continues his series on 1 Thessalonians, we start our second in the series on the topic of serving. If you hear the word serving, and all you can think of "tennis", you don't have the mind of Christ. But thankfully and happily, God can change you when you repent of your sins and turn to him. then, you love him, and out of that love, you serve God and others. Find out how by listening to the sermon from this morning.

We also had Roger Seldal and Karen Hannan do our special music this morning, Children of the Living God. And finally, Mark Fagerstrom did his children's sermon on spoons. The first part might leave you hungry for mashed potatoes. ;-)

You can listen to all of these here:

And we hope you have a blessed week in Christ Jesus!

Sunday, January 20, 2013

January 20, 2013: 1 Thessalonians, part 1: fellowship

As we begin a new series here at Grace that will take us through the next 3 months, Pastor Michael Hodge begins our study of 1 Thessalonians on fellowship. Christians that intentionally isolate themselves can cause serious trouble for themselves. The apostle Paul tells us why: God made believers, in part, to fellowship with each other. Why do we need to do this? Listen to this challenging sermon to find out!

We also heard from the Grace Notes Trio...well, minus one today. :-) They did our special music for us, and we hope you are blessed by that.

You can listen to all of it here:

And may you have a blessed week in Christ Jesus!

Sunday, January 13, 2013

January 13, 2013: New beginnings

As we head into the new year, we start with new beginnings. For some, it means beginning the resolutions they made on New Year's Day. God, however, is the same in the beginning, in the middle, and in the end. Today, Pastor Michael Hodge expounds on Genesis 1 and 2...and what the Bible says about what God in the beginning...and how that affects us in every way today.

You can listen to his sermon here:

We hope this sermon is a blessing to you, and may you have a blessed week in Christ this week!

Sunday, January 6, 2013

January 6, 2012: Christmas program

Yes, it may be January 6th. But today we had our Christmas program, and a potluck meal following our service. Pastor Hodge gave a short sermon, in 3 parts, on the core meaning of Christmas. It isn't gifts, money, or anything else, but...Christ! Listen to our program today by clicking here:

and be blessed, and may you have a great week in Christ Jesus!