Posts with the category “video-shorts”

Video Short: August 13, 2020
by HT Content on August 13th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Four times in the epistles the worry that using your freedom as baptized children to sin is mentioned and cautioned against. That isn’t the Gospel’s fault however, that is your fault. When we are tempted to use the Gospel for sinful means that’s not the Gospel’s fault! Understand that only Christ alone for me on the cross saves me from my sins. The Law is there to teach us h...  Read More
Video Short: August 12, 2020
by HT Content on August 12th, 2020
Host: George BorghardtGuest: Erica Jacoby Woke Wednesdays returns to tackle microaggressions! What is a microaggression? What is the Christian response to this cultural phenomenon? How do we as Christians approach this and love our neighbor? Erica Jacoby returns to discuss it all! About the Host: Rev. George Borghardt, Pastor at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Bossier City, Louisiana and president of ...  Read More
Video Short: August 11, 2020
by HT Content on August 11th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt We’re back today with part two of the parable of the unjust steward. We got the base meaning down yesterday, but what is the true meaning of parable? The true riches that being given away are the forgiveness of sins and the gifts from God. There is a Man that we know that gives His Father’s stuff away. That Man is Christ, and you should read this parable as if Christ is the ...  Read More
Video Short: August 10, 2020
by HT Content on August 10th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt The parable of the Unjust Steward is a parable that will confuse you and is incredibly hard to wrap your mind around. Because of that, we will be taking two days to cover this parable. The base meaning of this parable is on money and its use. Just when you think that the steward is going to be condemned or fired for his misuse of his master’s possessions he gets commended, h...  Read More
Video Short: August 7, 2020
by HT Content on August 8th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Doesn’t it feel like we’ve gone through the last few months not knowing what’s going on? It’s hard to know what’s true and what isn’t. However, there is one thing that doesn’t change and is one hundred percent truth. That Christ came to this world and took on your sins and died the death you deserve so that might be freed from your slavery to sin. About the Host: Rev. George...  Read More
Video Short: August 6, 2020
by HT Content on August 6th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt You will never know the problem of the Lord looking at you and saying that He never knew you. This verse is used very often to steal your comfort away, but fret not, Christ has died for you, and delivered his Gifts to you in the waters of baptism and His body and blood shed for you. The world’s churches are filled with people who will tell you that God helps those who help t...  Read More
Video Short: August 5, 2020
by HT Content on August 5th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt, Guest: Erica Jacoby Woke Wednesday tackles Callout Culture! What is Callout Culture and what is it’s relation to Cancel Culture? Callout Culture is incredibly prevalent in the world we live in today and Erica Jacoby is going to help us wade through the muck to figure out what Callout Culture is and we’ll discuss what we as baptized children of God should do in such an envir...  Read More
Video Short: August 4, 2020
by HT Content on August 4th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Beware of False teachers taking your eyes off of the Gospel and it’s gifts. There are many traps and pitfalls in the world of christianity that will teach you to make your faith all about you and what you do for God. This is bad fruit!  Only the pure preaching of the Gospel and the enlightening of you by Christ’s gifts can produce good fruit. Don’t let them take your eyes of...  Read More
Video Short: August 3, 2020
by HT Content on August 3rd, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Happy Altar Guild Day! Today’s reading talks about the women (Joanna, Mary, Salomi) and Nicodemus who went to the tomb early on the first day of the week. They’re goal was to care for what they believed to be Christ’s dead body, but the tomb’s stone has already been rolled away and Christ has risen! These people give us an insight into how it means to serve the Lord in His a...  Read More
Video Short: July 30, 2020
by HT Content on July 30th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Last week we talked about wearing your mask for your neighbor. What about the other side of the mask? There are many reasons why someone may not want to wear a mask. That love and respect that we as christians should show to those who want us to wear masks, we should also show to those that don’t want to wear a mask or cannot wear a mask. At the end of the day in this pandem...  Read More
Video Short: July 29, 2020
by HT Content on July 29th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Woke Wednesday returns! Today we tackle the topic of snowflakes. What does it mean to be a snowflake? Where did it come from? Is Gen X parenting responsible for the creation of snowflakes? How do we view this as a baptized child of God? Executive Director Erica Jacoby is back to discuss it all! About the Host: Rev. George Borghardt, Pastor at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Boss...  Read More
Video Short: July 28, 2020
by HT Content on July 28th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt A Blessed Mary, Martha, and Lazarus of Bethany Day to you! We as Lutheran can learn a lot from all 3 of them. From Martha we learn and get a glimpse of how to serve Jesus. From Mary we learn how to receive Christ and His gifts. From Lazarus we learn how to rise from the dead, to hear the voice of Christ calling us out of darkness into His marvelous light. About the Host: Rev...  Read More
Video Short: July 27, 2020
by HT Content on July 28th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Jesus feeds the 4000! In the world that lives in the midst of a pandemic, uncertainty is everywhere. Will I be able to pay my bills? Will I be able to provide for my family? Jesus feeding the 4000 gives you the certainty that Christ will provide for you in this life. Christ has already provided you eternal life through his innocent suffering and death, if he has already done...  Read More
Video Short: July 24, 2020
by HT Content on July 24th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Many states already have mandates for mask wearing in public. What should you as a Christian do? Well, you should wear a mask, for the sake of loving your neighbor. Don’t trust in your mask or the government, however. Trust in Christ and His gifts, He is working all of this out to bring you closer to Him. Even if this awful virus were to infect you and possibly kill you, thi...  Read More
Video Short: July 23, 2020
by HT Content on July 23rd, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Today we finish up Philemon! Paul sends back Onesimus with words of the gospel hoping that Onesimus’ master will free him. Paul doesn’t want Onesimus’ master to be cheated of the good work, but even expects him to do better than Paul thinks he will. He even gives him a little law at the end if he wants some law too. Paul gives insight into some amazing pastoral care. About t...  Read More
Video Short: July 22, 2020
by HT Content on July 22nd, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Woke Wednesday tackles the word Triggered! What does triggered mean? What does it mean to be triggered? Trigger warnings and being triggered is a common part of society and the social media atmosphere that we live in today. Executive Director Erica Jacoby is back to discuss what all these things mean and how we as Christians can live in this environment. About the Host: Rev....  Read More
Video Short: July 21, 2020
by HT Content on July 21st, 2020
Host: George Borghardt A Blessed Mary Magdalene’s Day to you! She is the first to get to the tomb on Easter morning, and the first to see Jesus after he reveals himself to her. There is no greater comfort to us sinners than the story of Mary Magdalene. She had demons cast out of her, was referred to by the disciples as only a “sinner”. She was one of the greatest sinners of all, and He saved her. ...  Read More
Video Short: July 20, 2020
by HT Content on July 20th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Christ came to this world not to abolish the Law and the Prophets, but instead to fulfill them. The Law and its condemnation of you dies with Calvary! The Law and the Prophets are fulfilled when Christ lays down His life for you. His death and resurrection is your death and resurrection, so that you might use the Law to love and serve your neighbor. Your Old Adam has been dr...  Read More
Video Short: July 10, 2020
by Sandra Madden on July 10th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt The Patriarchs and the Saints weren’t the best people! Paul was a persecutor and a murderer. Abraham wasn’t the most faithful person either, he didn’t believe in God’s promise to give him a son. Even amidst their sins and failures, God rescued them in Christ’s death and resurrection. If Christ can save someone like Paul with His sacrifice, you were surely be saved as well. A...  Read More
Video Short: July 9, 2020
by Sandra Madden on July 9th, 2020
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Video Short: July 8, 2020
by Sandra Madden on July 8th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Joseph is a story of God working out evil for good. God works the evil Joseph’s brothers do for good. Joseph then forgives his brothers of their wrongdoing later on in life when his brothers come to him during the famine that takes hold of the land. Just like with Joseph you can trust that God is working out the evil in this world for your good. He sent His Son to take your ...  Read More
Video Short: July 7, 2020
by Sandra Madden on July 7th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt The world believes that you get what you deserve. That isn’t Christian at all! God sent Christ to take you away from what you deserve. Christ took on your sins and got what you deserve, death and damnation. If Christ took our place, why should we believe the way the world believes? About the Host: Rev. George Borghardt, Pastor at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Bossier City, Lou...  Read More
Video Short: July 6, 2020
by Sandra Madden on July 6th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Compassion in the biblical sense is all about leaving the judgements and condemnations you have about others to God. God showed you mercy in your judgement by instead judging and condemning His Son to die on the cross in your place. Just like He was merciful and forgave us, so we should be merciful and forgive others that do wrong to us. We’ve been saved, what else do we hav...  Read More
Video Short: July 2, 2020
by Sandra Madden on July 2nd, 2020
Host: George Borghardt In the Visitation we see Christ glorified through Elizabeth, Mary, and even John the Baptist in the womb! Elizabeth will give birth to the greatest of God’s prophets, a prophet that will point the way to Christ. Mary will give birth to God in the flesh, she is the mother of God. God worked through Mary and Elizabeth to glorify Christ like He works through you and me! About t...  Read More
Video Short: June 30, 2020
by Sandra Madden on July 1st, 2020
Host: George Borghardt In Philemon 17-18 Paul asks Philemon to account the sins of Onesimus to himself. That’s the same thing Christ does for you on the cross! Christ takes on your sins so you can be clothed in righteousness. You stand before God forgiven on account of Christ! About the Host: Rev. George Borghardt, Pastor at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Bossier City, Louisiana and president of the ...  Read More
Video Short: June 30, 2020
by Sandra Madden on June 30th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt In the parable of the lost sheep and the lost coin, God doesn’t ditch you or cancel you out because you were lost. Instead, Christ forgives you and clothes you with His righteousness, the righteousness He won for you on the cross with His suffering and death. About the Host: Rev. George Borghardt, Pastor at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Bossier City, Louisiana and president of...  Read More
Video Short: June 29, 2020
by Sandra Madden on June 29th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Happy St. Peter and St. Paul Day! The two greatest evangelists of the New Testament both went through dark times. Peter denied Christ three times before His death and Paul oversaw the persecution of the faith after Christ’s ascension. Both weren’t cancelled by God, but instead were forgiven and given new purpose. That’s the way Christ deals with sinful people like you too! A...  Read More
Video Short: June 26, 2020
by Sandra Madden on June 26th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Philemon 15-16 teaches us God is always working out all things for our good. It will also teach you that God isn’t just looking out for you, he’s working all things for your neighbor too, even amidst all the bad things going on in this world. Last Week's Video: About the Host: Rev. George Borghardt, Pastor at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Bossier Cit...  Read More
Video Short: June 25, 2020
by Sandra Madden on June 25th, 2020
Host: George BorghardtGuest: Aaron Fenker On this day in 1530 brave Lutherans confessed their faith before the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V. These confessions are a solid building block of our faith. The Augsburg confessions point to Christ on the cross for you delivered to you in his gifts by grace alone through faith alone. About the Host: Rev. George Borghardt, Pastor at Immanuel Lutheran Churc...  Read More
Video Short: June 24, 2020
by Sandra Madden on June 24th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Happy Birthday to John the Baptist! The man born greatest of the prophets but least in the kingdom of heaven. All of John’s life is a giant finger pointing to Christ Jesus. He even lept in the womb of his mother at the voice of Mary! Thanks be to God for John the Baptist always pointing the way to Christ and His Gifts! About the Host: Rev. George Borghardt, Pastor at Immanue...  Read More
Video Short: June 23, 2020
by Sandra Madden on June 23rd, 2020
Host: George Borghardt The Cancel Culture is alive and well in today’s sinful world and it seeks to devour anyone who would oppose what it views as right. The Cancel Culture isn’t Anti-Christian because it targets Christians, but because it’s unforgiving--that's as Anti-Christian as you can be! Oppose it and point them to Christ, who forgave you with His sacrifice on the cross. About the Host: Rev...  Read More
Video Short: June 22, 2020
by Sandra Madden on June 22nd, 2020
Host: George Borghardt God wants a Holy People but instead He got you and me as his children. The great gift is that amidst all our sin and failure God in his infinite love and mercy still loved us and sent His Son to take on our sin so that we can one day partake in the Feast He has prepared for us in Heaven. What an amazing gift this is! About the Host: Rev. George Borghardt, Pastor at Immanuel ...  Read More
Video Short: June 19, 2020
by Sandra Madden on June 19th, 2020
Host: George BorghardtGuest: Aaron Fenker The Nicene Creed is said by you and thousands of Christians and Lutherans every Sunday, but why? The Nicene Creed isn’t about your confession of faith to God, he doesn’t need that! The Nicene Creed is all about your confession for and to your neighbor! It’s a gift to your neighbor! Last Week's Video:The Council of Nicea Host: Rev. George Borghardt, Pastor ...  Read More
Video Short: June 18, 2020
by Sandra Madden on June 18th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Even in ancient world where slavery abounded Christianity positioned itself and its message as antithetical to the practice. The Gospel teaches love and charity towards people of all backgrounds, races, and economical class. This message is antithetical to slavery today, and it was antithetical to slavery back in the days of Paul. Link Referenced Today: Last Week's video Hos...  Read More
Video Short: June 17, 2020
by Sandra Madden on June 17th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Racism is anti-Christ. Hating others, for any reason, is sin. Judging others for how they look is sin. But in Christ there is forgiveness! We, as Christians and Lutherans, believe that any person who believes in the crucified Christ, no matter the color of their skin, will be saved. Don't get defensive. Talk about Jesus. Host: Rev. George Borghardt, Pastor at Immanuel Luther...  Read More
Video Short: June 16, 2020
by Sandra Madden on June 16th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt There’s a reason for chanting that may surprise you, and it may even make the people who hate on chanting stop and think about it. The reason may surprise you too, chanting is all about passing the faith on to the next generation! Host: Rev. George Borghardt, Pastor at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Bossier City, Louisiana and president of the youth organization Higher Things, ...  Read More
Video Short: June 15, 2020
by Sandra Madden on June 15th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt In the parable of Rich Man and Lazarus, the rich man asks Abraham to send Lazarus back from the dead to warn his brothers about their fate. Abraham responds that they have the Law and the Prophets, and they wouldn't listen anyway. But that's exactly what He does for you! He sends Lazarus back from the dead, but also raises His Son from the dead for you! How Jesus Teaches Us ...  Read More
Video Short: June 12, 2020
by Sandra Madden on June 12th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Today is the day the church remembers the Council of Nicea, an important 2-month-long pastors' meeting that took place in 325AD. They hashed out how the church would faithfully talk about Scripture and what it means. HT's Dean of Theology, Aaron Fenker, joins us to teach us about the Council of Nicea, Arius (boo...), and the two natures of Christ. Links Referenced:The Athana...  Read More
Video Short: June 11, 2020
by Sandra Madden on June 11th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Barnabas is an example of faithfulness to the church. Barnabas gave all his earthly possessions upon believing the Gospel. He vouched for Paul (formerly Saul, the persecutor of Christians) to the Apostles. He accompanied Paul on some of his missions to the Gentiles. And he shows us how to peacefully disagree with one another in the church. LINKS MENTIONED:Celebrating the Sai...  Read More
Video Short: June 10, 2020
by Sandra Madden on June 10th, 2020
Host: George Borghardt Paul has the authority to command Philemon to do the right thing, but he doesn't deal with him that way. Paul wants his relationship with Philemon to be based on love rather than power. He would prefer to simply ASK Philemon to do the right thing, for the sake of Christ. Likewise, God wants to deal with you by means of the Gospel rather than by the Law. Additional Links: Las...  Read More



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Reflections: July 1, 2020Digging Deeper: Mixing It Up with Religion and PoliticsLive Bible Study: June 30, 2020Video Short: June 30, 2020Live Bible Study: July 1, 2020Live Bible Study: July 2, 2020Dean's List: Your Permanent RecordReflections: July 2, 2020Video Short: July 2, 2020Debunked: Enough Isn't EnoughReflections: July 3, 2020Reflections: July 4, 2020Reflections: July 5, 2020Reflections: July 6, 2020Video Short: July 6, 2020Under the Cross: Beautiful, Heartbreaking WorldVideo Short: July 7, 2020Live Bible Study: July 6, 2020Flex: Christ's Cancel CultureReflections: July 7, 2020Speaking of Faith: Third Article EvangelismReflections: July 8, 2020Live Bible Study: July 7, 2020Video Short: July 8, 2020Live Bible Study: July 8, 2020Video Short: July 9, 2020Under the Cross: The Sophia Worthy of ReceptionReflections: July 9, 2020Live Bible Study: July 9, 2020Helpful Things: Get Your Youth Talking!Reflections: July 10, 2020Video Short: July 10, 2020Reflections: July 11, 2020Live Bible Study: July 10, 2020Reflections: July 12, 2020Reflections: July 13, 2020Video Short: July 13, 2020Digging Deeper: Approaching Feminism with the Mind of ChristLive Bible Study: July 13, 2020Musica Sacra: Hymns Are for ProclamationReflections: July 14, 2020Video Short: July14,2020Video Short: July 15, 2020Live Bible Study: July 14, 2020Foundations: Stand by MeReflection: July 15, 2020Live Bible Study: July 15, 2020Dean's List: Your Vote Is a Gift for your NeighborReflections: July 16, 2020Video Short: July 16, 2020Live Bible Study: July 16, 2020Debunked: The Truth about Jeremiah 29:11Reflection: July 17, 2020Video Short: July 17, 2020Reflections: July 18, 2020Reflections: July 19, 2020Video Short: July 20, 2020Reflections: July 20, 2020Foundations: The Life You Now LiveReflections: July 21, 2020Video Short: July 21, 2020Foundations: Heaven on Earth TogetherLIVE BIBLE STUDY: July 21, 2020Speaking of Faith: The Curious Case of AgnosticismLive Bible Study: July 22, 2020Reflections: July 22, 2020Live Bible Study: July 20, 2020Video Short: July 22, 2020Video Short: July 23, 2020Reflections: July 23, 2020Under the Cross: Pushing Back with CompassionLive Bible Study: July 23, 2020Video Short: July 24, 2020Digging Deeper: SpiriligiosityReflections: July 24, 2020Live Bible Study: July 24, 2020Reflections: July 25, 2020Live Bible Study: July 25, 2020Reflections: July 26, 2020Live Bible Study: July 27, 2020Flex: Lutherans on FacebookReflections: July 27, 2020Video Short: July 27, 2020Video Short: July 28, 2020Foundations: CrucifloodLive Bible Study: July 28, 2020Reflections: July 28, 2020Video Short: July 29, 2020Speaking of Faith: Campus ChristianReflections: July 29, 2020Live Bible Study: July 29, 2020Dean's List: Baptized, Ready to DieLive Bible Study: July 30, 2020Reflections: July 30, 2020Video Short: July 30, 2020Video Short: July 31, 2020Debunked: The End Times--Still All About JesusReflections: July 31, 2020



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