Posts with the tag “neighbor”
Reflections: March 10, 2021
by HT Content on March 10th, 2021
The Lord gives to us so that He can use us to help and serve our neighbor.
Reflections: November 5, 2020
by HT Content on November 5th, 2020
Jesus came to serve you.
Reflections: October 11, 2020
by HT Content on October 11th, 2020
Baptized into Christ, you love God and love your neighbor.
Foundations: Great Is Your Reward
by Katie Hill on September 8th, 2020
See, our sinful flesh always wants to have its finger in the pie. We always want to put in our two cents and be the hero of the story. So when we hear a word like "reward" our minds and imaginations can start running, and we start constructing systems about how we can get more and more rewards.
Reflections: September 6, 2020
by HT Content on September 6th, 2020
We can't justify ourselves. Jesus justifies and saves us.
Under the Cross: The Morality of Consent
by Katie Hill on September 4th, 2020
Jesus Christ has rescued us from this world's morality. Even if we were to suffer for doing what is truly right in God's sight, we have this assurance and consolation: Jesus works all things out for our good.
Reflections: September 1, 2020
by HT Content on September 1st, 2020
The point of the Law is to show us what it means to love.
Speaking of Faith: One Hundred Percent Free--One Hundred Percent Servant
by Katie Hill on August 18th, 2020
Christ loved others. He put them first. He loved them more than He loved Himself. He loved you more than He loved Himself. He loved those around you, too. He gave up His life for all. He is Lord of all, and He served everyone. You are completely free, and you serve others...in Him.
Foundations: Back to School to Serve Your Neighbor
by Katie Hill on August 7th, 2020
As school begins again this year, ask yourself, "Why bother going to school?" The answer? To serve your neighbor!
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: https://subspla.sh/t3jmcps About the Host: Rev. George Borghardt, Pastor at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Bossier Cit...
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 ...
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