Luke declares the glory of Christ in his coming as Savior and our means of peace with God along with telling us the historical setting and humble context of the birth of Jesus Christ. The text is from Luke 2:1-20.
Beneath the glory of the resurrection of our Savior Jesus Christ, Luke includes an unexpected story of the grace and love of God to a Christ follower named Mary Magdalene. The text is from John 20:1-18.
Zechariah’s responds this time to God’s miraculous gift of his son John with faith and a song of blessing to God called the Benedictus.
Pastor Michael Rattin examines Mary’s faith – and its implications for us – as shown in her song of praise to God. The text is from Luke 1:46-56.
Pastor Michael Rattin examines the family reunion of Elizabeth and Mary as Elizabeth, filled with the Spirit, extols the wonder and grace of God on Mary’s life and calling. The text is from Luke 1:39-45.
In this message, Pastor Michael Rattin considers the importance of our identity in Christ and the response that should flow from it. The text is from 1 Peter 2:9-10.
In this message, Pastor Michael Rattin compares the birth announcements made to Zechariah and Mary. The text is from Luke 1:26-38.
Continuing in Luke, Pastor Michael Rattin considers the truths and promises displayed in an angel promising an unexpected child to a Jewish couple. The text is from Luke 1:5-25.
In this message, Elder Matt Brown considers the importance of rejoicing in our Savior and salvation which, being permanent and unshakable, is the only source of rejoicing that can also bring us lasting peace. The text is from Philippians 4:4-9.
In this sermon Pastor Michael Rattin introduces a study in Luke, focusing on the need in the church for knowledge of what is most important: the Gospel. The text is from Luke 1:1-4.