God Dismantles, but He Also Rebuilds

Sermon: Genesis 11:1-9 Pentecost – June 9, 2019 – Rev. Steven J. Radunzel If you attended Sunday school or Lutheran elementary school when you were a child, you almost for sure learned this account of the tower of Babel. And of all the Bible stories we read or studied this

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Has Anyone Ever Mistaken You for God?

Sermon: Acts 14:8-18 Easter 6 – May 26, 2019 – Rev. Steven J. Radunzel Has anyone ever mistaken you for God? I would suppose not. I, however, can say that I have been mistaken for God, and for Jesus, sometimes. It’s not because I was glowing with light or looked

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Real Sheep Listen to Jesus’ Voice

Sermon: John 10:22-30 Easter 4 – May 12, 2019 – Rev. Steven J. Radunzel As I sat down to write this sermon the weather outside was rainy, cloudy, and rather cold. We’ve been having a lot of that kind of dreary weather this spring. But I mention the weather because

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Are You Converted?

Sermon: Acts 9:1-19a Easter 3 – May 5, 2019 – Rev. Steven J. Radunzel So if I ask you, “Are you converted?” what would you say? Some of you might ask, “What do you mean converted?” And I would answer, “Are you converted from an unbeliever to a believer in

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The Living among the Dead?

Sermon: Luke 24:1-12 Easter 1 – April 21, 2019 – Rev. Steven J. Radunzel In a former congregation I knew a couple who had been born and raised in Asia. They told me that when they were in former land they celebrated Easter by going to the cemetery to sing

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Is There Really Anything to Rejoice About?

Sermon: Zechariah 9:9, 10 Lent 6 – April 14, 2019 – Rev. Steven Radunzel If you had been in the crowd on the first Palm Sunday when Jesus entered Jerusalem you would have approached Jerusalem from the east. You would have walked through two little towns, Bethany and Bethphage, not

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A New Thing

Sermon: Isaiah 43:16-21 Lent 5 – April 7, 2019 – Rev. Steven J. Radunzel Do you like new things? I think we all do. When we were children we loved new things, especially new toys. That’s why Christmas Eve or Christmas morning were such wonderful times for us. When we

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