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Who's Who
10:30am, Sunday, November 26, 2017
Passage: Matthew 25:40
Series: General
Duration: 27 mins 27 secs
There are two critical questions: who is Jesus? And who are we (or who am I)? What light can the Bible throw on these questions? And when we have some answers, what do those answers say about the kind of life we want to lead? [Organ/Choir - Christ the King Sunday]
The Kingdom of God
8:30am, Sunday, November 19, 2017
Passage: Matthew 25:1
Series: General
Duration: 18 mins 38 secs
The Kingdom of Heaven. Jesus talked about it more than he did about the church. He spent 40 days after His resurrection talking about it (Acts 1:3). What is it about the kingdom of God that is so important for us to know? [Organ/Choir - Pentecost 24]
Check Your Oil
10:30am, Sunday, November 12, 2017
Passage: Matthew 25:4
Series: General
Duration: 19 mins 28 secs
When’s the last time you checked your oil? Today, Jesus invites or warns us to do the same. This is an image of being prepared. We do not want to be found foolish or silly when His day arrives. (This address followed a performance of Bach's cantata BWV 140, about the wise and foolish bridesmaids.) [Organ/Choir - Pentecost 23]
Children of God
8:30am, Sunday, November 5, 2017
Passage: 1 John 3:1
Series: General
Duration: 16 mins 30 secs
Where have all the saints gone? What is a “saint”? Might you be one? Today we look at what the Bible teaches about this subject.[Organ/Choir - All Saints]
Reformation 500
10:00am, Sunday, October 29, 2017
Passage: Romans 4:1-5
Series: General
Duration: 15 mins 7 secs
The address by Bishop Lester Priebbenow at the combined outer easter Lutheran congregations' service in Luther College Chapel to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the start of the Reformation, held at 10am on Sunday October 29, 2017. The address followed presentation of a newly-commissioned cantata by Kym Dillon, "A Righteousness from God". [Organ/Orchestra/Choir - Pentecost 21]
Would Luther Be Lutheran?
10:30am, Sunday, October 22, 2017
Series: Five Solas
Duration: 20 mins 39 secs
“Would Luther be a Lutheran today?” This is the question we look at in finishing our Sola Series. The jury seems out, but Luther himself left some guidelines about how we might answer this. [Organ - Pentecost 20]
To God Alone the Glory
8:30am, Sunday, October 15, 2017
Series: Five Solas
Duration: 18 mins 6 secs
Two great Lutheran musicians, Bach and Handel, both wrote on the bottom of their compositions "SDG", standing for "Soli Deo Gloria", Latin that means To God Alone the Glory. This is one of the great understandings that emerged from the Reformation: we sinners can do nothing to earn a restored relationship with God. God, in his grace, has done everything. To God alone the glory! [Organ - Pentecost 19]
Christ Alone
10:30am, Sunday, October 8, 2017
Series: Five Solas
Duration: 16 mins 21 secs
The fourth in our Sola Series, Solus Christus (Christ Alone). “Luther recovered for the church from the Bible the centrality of the person and work of Christ in redemption.” [Organ - Pentecost 18]
Grace Alone
8:30am, Sunday, October 1, 2017
Series: Five Solas
Duration: 14 mins 50 secs
The third in our Sola Series: Sola Gratia (Grace Alone). This is the source of all that God gives to us. “By grace…” (Ephesians 2:8). It is His forgiveness, His favour, His presence. “When we don’t get what we deserve, it’s a real good thing. When we get what we don’t deserve, its’s a real good thing.” (Newsboys). And then God gives us even more. [Organ - Pentecost 17]
Faith Alone
10:30am, Sunday, September 24, 2017
Series: Five Solas
Duration: 17 mins 22 secs
The second in our Sola Series, Sola Fide (Faith Alone) looks at what is considered “the principle article of the Reformation.” This was pillar #1 following on from Scripture. [Organ/Choir - Pentecost 16]