There’s No Excuse for a Bad Choice

Sermon: Deuteronomy 30:15-20 Epiphany 6 – February 16, 2020 – Rev. Steven J. Radunzel I would imagine that most of us have had this conversation before. The conversation is with a neighbor, a friend, or a relative who doesn’t believe in God, doesn’t go to church, or was raised as

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What Will Satisfy You, God?

Sermon: Micah 6:1-8 Epiphany 4 – February 2, 2020 – Rev. Steven J. Radunzel There’s a conversation that has been repeated millions of times in homes for a thousand generations. It’s a conversation between parents and children and probably most often between parents and teenagers. And saying it’s a conversation

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There Will Be No More Gloom

Sermon: Isaiah 9:1-4 Epiphany 3 – January 26, 2020 – Rev. Steven J. Radunzel How many of you have heard of the nation of Belarus or know where it’s located? It’s a nation in Eastern Europe lying between Poland and Russia. It once was one of the republics of the

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I Have Labored to No Purpose

Sermon: Isaiah 49:1-6 Epiphany 2 – January 19, 2020 – Rev. Steven J. Radunzel Let’s imagine for a moment that at the end of Jesus’ ministry in this world he would have received a grade for how well he did in his work, received a grade like a student in

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Wake Up and Behave Decently

Sermon: Romans 13:11-14 Advent 1 – December 1, 2019 – Rev. Steven J. Radunzel On a church sign some years ago I saw the thought-provoking statement, “The devil is always willing to rock the cradle of a sleeping Christian.” And how true that statement is. Satan is always glad when

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