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CHRIST LUTHERAN CHURCH MINISTRIES

Developing Dynamic Disciples for Christ

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Hello & Welcome

Believing in God’s Word and Spirit

We are so honored you’ve chosen to visit our website. We hope you come visit us this weekend as we celebrate God together. We’ve been a part of the La Mesa and East County community of San Diego since 1942. Since that early date, our singular desire has been to help people and families meet the challenges of life by growing as a disciple of Christ. If you’d like to learn more about who we are, what we believe, our purpose, and about our current activities then you’re going to want to go to Our Purpose, History, What We Believe, and Newsletter pages.

 

RECENT SERMONS

THE BLESSING CHALLENGE

THE BLESSING CHALLENGE: Picturing a Future and a Hope (Pt 4 of 6)(1-28-18)

January 28, 2018

Today we continue “The Blessing Challenge” message series as we understand the importance of picturing a future of hope. Biblical blessings include prophesying about the future of the person being blessed. Forecasting such hopeful futures can give us the desire and the commitment to make them come true. Jesus began His ministry by driving out evil spirits, a sign of the hopeful future He was bringing to all who believed in Him as Savior.

THE BLESSING CHALLENGE

THE BLESSING CHALLENGE: The Most Valuable Words You’ll Ever Say (Pt 3 of 6)(1-21-18)

January 21, 2018

Welcome to worship at Christ Lutheran Church Ministries! Today we continue “The Blessing Challenge” message series by hearing about the importance of spoken words of blessing. Our words set the tone for every relationship and encounter with others. Our words can communicate the high value we place on those people whom we want to bless.

THE BLESSING CHALLENGE

THE BLESSING CHALLENGE: The Power of Touch (Pt 2 of 6) (1-14-18)

January 14, 2018

Welcome to worship at Christ Lutheran Church Ministries! Today we continue “The Blessing Challenge” message series by studying the power of touch. When the Bible describes the act of blessing, it often includes meaningful, appropriate touch. Jesus did not just heal leprosy, He touched the leper, a blessing the diseased person never experienced from anyone else.