Eleventh Sunday after Trinity August 3, 2008 Guest Pastor: Rev. Edwin Carey Synopsis ? This gospel lesson is the story of two men who did the right thing at the right time and in the right place, but one of them did it the wrong way—the one you would have expected to have done it the right way: [.
Tenth Sunday after Trinity July 27, 2008 Guest Pastor: Martin Keller On the Occasion of his Granddaughter’s Baptism Synopsis ? It is an honor to preach in this historic church which nurtured the Lutheran community over many years. But the greatest honor in preaching here on this day is that this i
This parable is usually called the Unjust Steward, but that is simply incorrect. This poor steward was the victim of gossip and lost his job because of it. Still, he managed to make friends before he left not by cheating his master, but by simply getting repayment minus the profit margin. He was so
Eighth Sunday after Trinity Rev. Wade E. Butler July 13, 2008 Synopsis ? You are very highly prized by God! There is no reason for a Christian to ever have poor self-esteem. He has put in us a Spirit that has done some marvelous things. We do not have a Spirit of fear because we know God is on [
Seventh Sunday after Trinity Rev. Wade E. Butler July 6, 2008 Synopsis ? We take a peek at the dawn of Creation. Adam had several vocations: tend the Garden, avoid a tree, name the animals, love & take care of his wife, and be fruitful & multiply. However, Adam abandoned his vocations.
Sixth Sunday after Trinity Rev. Wade E. Butler June 29, 2008 Synopsis ? St. Paul gives us a world view in this text from Romans. Most people fear death, but St. Paul says here that we Christians are already dead! We were baptized not only so that our sins would be washed away, but also to put [...]
This presentation is from another podcast entitled http://churchmatterz.podbean.com. The intro is different than Trinity Pulpit because I didn’t want to redo the file. This is a very brief explanation of why there are so many different churches in the yellow pages in the phone book. It is abou
Cantor Paul Keller preached his first sermon at Trinity Lutheran Church on June 22, 2008. This post sermon interview asks questions about how Paul felt about his preaching and other feelings and thoughts he had.
Fifth Sunday after Trinity Guest speaker: Cantor Paul Keller June 22, 2008 Synopsis ? In this miraculous report from St. Luke, Christ tells his disciples to cast their fishing nets in an unlikely area, to take a chance with a new way, an unconventional Truth. They took the chance; they obeyed. And t
Fourth Sunday after Trinity Father’s Day June 15, 2008 Synopsis ? In the reading from St. Luke, Jesus gives us three principles that we need to understand to be good disciples: the Principle of Return, the Law of Spiritual Growth, and the Principle of Self-knowledge. The Principle of Return is “