Our Services Imm-Oshkosh
  • Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost

    THEME: Physical eyes cannot see what the heart of faith accepts.  

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    SERMON TEXT: Genesis 15:1-6 EHV
    Hoping beyond hope, Abraham believed the Lord’s promise of a son and the Lord “credited it to him as righteousness.”

    SERMON THEME: On This Labor Day Weekend, Let Us Go to Bethlehem with Abraham

  • Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost

    THEME: A Christian’s real meaning and purpose in this life is to reach eternal life.

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    SERMON TEXT: Luke 12:13-21 EHV
    Christ’s parable of the foolish rich man points out that our security for time and eternity rests only in him.

    SERMON THEME: The Foolish Man = Foolish Plans
    1.  His plans focus on storing up earthly treasure
    2.  His hopes center on a life of ease and pleasure
    3.  His thoughts ignore the riches God provides


  • Tenth Sunday after Pentecost

    THEME: It is a privilege to bring our thanks and requests to God in prayer.

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    SERMON TEXT: Luke 11:1-13 EHV
    Jesus teaches his disciples the perfect prayer, and illustrates the persistence and confidence with which we should pray it.

    SERMON THEME: If We Know Who to Ask
    1. We can ask for everything    
    2.  We can ask persistently    
    3. We can ask confidently


  • Ninth Sunday after Pentecost

    THEME: Service to the Lord begins with sitting at his feet and listening to his Word.

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    SERMON TEXT: Colossians 1:21–29 EHV
    As a servant of the gospel, Paul had no greater wish than to serve other people with the message of salvation.

    SERMON THEME: There Is Only One Source of Wisdom
    1.  It reveals to us what we were  
    2. It reveals to us what God is doing for us now
    3. It reveals to us what God has in store for us


  • Eighth Sunday after Pentecost

    THEME: The strength of our faith shows in our lives with one another.

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    SERMON TEXT: Deuteronomy 30:9-14 EHV)
    Moses reminds the Israelites, who were on the threshold of the Promised Land, that God would never be far from them if they followed God’s Word.

    SERMON THEME: His Word? It’s Right Here!
    1. He desires our faithfulness
    2. He delights in blessing us


  • Seventh Sunday after Pentecost

    THEME: It is by God’s power that his kingdom extends throughout the world.

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    SERMON TEXT: Luke 10:1-12, 16-20 (EHV)  
    Christ sent out the 72 with instructions to preach the message that “the kingdom of God is near.” The reports of the 72 when they returned show that God is in charge of using our efforts to spread his kingdom.

    SERMON THEME: Go!
    1. With a prayer for help.  
    2. With a message of peace  
    3. With the Lord’s authority

     

  • Sixth Sunday after Pentecost

    THEME: The path we follow as disciples, ends with eternal bliss in heaven.

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    SERMON TEXT: Luke 9:51-62 (EHV)  
    Christ impressed upon his followers that discipleship means counting the cost and setting new priorities in our lives.

    SERMON THEME:  Follow Jesus with Determination
    1.  Despite possible rejection.      
    2.  When facing earthly demands      
    3.  Always looking ahead

  • Fifth Sunday after Pentecost

    THEME: Faith in Christ as our Savior changes our status and confession.

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    SERMON TEXT: Galatians 3:23-29 (EHV)  
    No matter what your race, gender or social status, recognizing Christ in faith makes you a member of the family of God.

    SERMON THEME:   Under New Management
    1.  Not being held in custody by the law, rather      
    2.  Enjoying our inheritance through faith in Christ

  • Fourth Sunday after Pentecost

    THEME: The life of Christian faith is a repentant life.

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    SERMON TEXT: Luke 7:36-50
     The woman who anointed Jesus’ feet knew the sorrow involved with repentance. She also showed the love of Christ that is inspired by his forgiveness.

    SERMON THEME: History Repeats Itself
    1. In the way that we sin
    2. In the way that God calls us to repent


  • Third Sunday after Pentecost

    THEME: Our gracious God has given us a new life.

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    SERMON TEXT: Luke 7:11-17
    Christ exhibited his divinity by raising the widow of Nain’s son when his compassion was aroused and “his heart went out to her.”

    SERMON THEME: Two Different Groups Meet

    1. One is full of life and hope    
    2. The other is filled with death and sorrow


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