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December 2017

December 3
"Advent Adventure"
Guest Speaker: Rev. Dr. Dale A. Meyer
Sometimes our faith gets weaker, sometimes it grows stronger. Let's take this Advent to heart, and "live by faith, and not by sight."
(Mark 13:24-37)

December 10
"Prep Time"
Speaker Emeritus of The Lutheran Hour: Rev. Dr. Ken Klaus
Preparing for Christmas is quite different than preparing for Christ. Today's Lutheran Hour message explores those differences.
(Mark 1:1-3)

December 17
"Life Narrows Down"
Guest Speaker: Rev. Dr. Dale A. Meyer
John the Baptist had a passion for the Lamb of God. What's your passion in life? How far into the future will it take you?
(John 1:6-8, 19-28 (John testifies to Christ))

December 24
"The Greatest Story Ever Told"
Speaker Emeritus of The Lutheran Hour: Rev. Dr. Ken Klaus
What is your favorite story? This Christmas Eve Day, The Lutheran Hour speaks about God's greatest story.
(Luke 1:30-32a)

December 31
"Children of Promise"
Guest Speaker: Rev. Dr. Anthony (Tony) Cook
Our identity as God's children encourages us to live in His grace, to embrace the freedom Jesus won, and to resist the ways of the world that strive to keep us captive.
(Galatians 4:4-7)

January 2018

January 7
"Breaking News!"
Guest Speaker: Rev. Dr. Dale A. Meyer
Epiphany calls us to believe that the Light has come into the world. A New Year's message about confidence, if you'll believe it!
(Isaiah 60:1-6 ("Arise, shine, for your light has come.") )

January 14
"How Well Does Jesus Know Me?"
Speaker Emeritus of The Lutheran Hour: Rev. Dr. Ken Klaus
It's nice to have someone know and understand you. Today the Lutheran Hour asks, "How do you feel about Jesus knowing you?"
(John 1: 48-51)

January 21
"Meeting Millennials Where They're at"
Guest Speaker: Rev. Dr. Dale A. Meyer
Robots can't produce disciples. How can we mentor those who don't know Jesus, or don't know Him well enough?
(Mark 1:14-20 (Jesus calls His first disciples.))

January 28
"Cause I Said So"
Speaker Emeritus of The Lutheran Hour: Rev. Dr. Ken Klaus
Many have pretended to be the Messiah. In today's text, Jesus authority is recognized and obeyed by His competition.

(Mark 1: 21-28)

Change Their World. Change Yours. This changes everything.

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