Welcome to worship at Christ Lutheran Church Ministries! Today we celebrate the last Sunday of the church year, “Christ the King” Sunday. God’s rule over His creation is constant and unchanging.
Today we conclude the Family Prayer message series as we study the “doxology” of the Lord’s Prayer: “For Thine is the kingdom and the Power and the glory, forever and ever, Amen.”
Welcome to worship at Christ Lutheran Church Ministries! Today we continue the Family Prayer message series which highlights each petition of the Lord’s Prayer. Today we study the petition “Deliver us from evil.” of forgiveness.
Welcome to worship at Christ Lutheran Church Ministries! Today we celebrate 500 years of God’s grace and commemorate the beginning of Martin Luther’s Protestant Reformation.
Jesus Himself was tempted throughout His earthly ministry, and He always overcame it through the power of the scriptures. In the same way, God is ready to give us the power to overcome temptation every time it appears.
Do you find it easier to ask for forgiveness or to give forgiveness? Why? Why are both needed? When wronged, notice Jesus’ progression to make a relationship right.
Is there a "loaves-and-fishes" area of your life where your current supply is less than your current demand? Have you expressed gratitude for the seemingly-to-small amount that God has provided?
What “clues” has God been laying out for you this week about His will for your life? Which of the five questions presents you with the biggest challenge?
When Jesus says the kingdom of God is near, He’s not saying it’s getting kind of close. He’s saying it’s now available. What part of John’s vision of heaven in these verses resonates with you?
We hallow God’s Name not just when we talk to God. We hallow God’s Name when we talk about God to others and when we let our relationship with God influence our conversation with others.
What does the name “Father” mean to you? For your understanding of God? For the way you approach Him?