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Faith In Your Family - Sunday, July 5, 2015 - Pastor Steve Brown

St. Luke Columbus Sermon Podcast

Release Date: 07/06/2015

Waiting, Part 1: Desperation to Growth // Steve Brown show art Waiting, Part 1: Desperation to Growth // Steve Brown

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While it can be extremely difficult to wait, especially when the stakes are high, there is spiritual value in learning to wait for the Lord (Psalm 27). In this Advent series, we will seek to deepen our understanding of the spiritual value of waiting for the Lord and explore practical ways that we can mature in our ability to wait.  Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content. Follow St Luke Lutheran Church:

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King of Our Lives // Mike Weaver show art King of Our Lives // Mike Weaver

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John Maxwell has said, “Everything rises and falls on leadership.”  As we examine Paul’s words in Ephesians, we discover how our lives rise under the leadership of Christ in our lives.  No one is diminished or dismissed.  All are cared for through his people. Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content. Follow St Luke Lutheran Church:

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Made This Way, Part 3: Unleash Generosity // Steve Brown show art Made This Way, Part 3: Unleash Generosity // Steve Brown

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We are hit with so many requests for donations. As Saints of God, how do we discern where to be generous?   Subscribe to stay updated with the latest content. Follow St Luke Lutheran Church:

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Made This Way show art Made This Way

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What is an ice cream scoop capable of doing?  It is capable of holding liquids, scooping cold ice cream, being used as a hammer, digging in the dirt.  Certainly, there are things that an ice cream scoop is not capable of.  But, it has many uses...and the best day in an ice cream scoop’s life is when it is called into service on behalf of the Graeter’s employee.  It becomes a means of grace in the form of ice cream. We determine an object's capabilities by examining its form and intended function.   What are you capable of doing? Lessons:  — Like,...

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Made This Way show art Made This Way

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When we are brought into the family of faith, we become eternal saints of God. The old, rebellious, and self-centered ways of living are put to death and God raises up a new self that is recreated to live for others and be generous. Lesson: — Like, comment & subscribe to stay updated with the latest content! — With St Luke Columbus Online you can join us every Sunday starting at 8:15 am. Join us at https://www.stlukecolumbus.com or enjoy our outdoor service at 10 am. — Looking for content for your Kids? Visit our St Luke Kids page: — Discover the God who loves you. You are...

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What are you longing for? show art What are you longing for?

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Martin Luther longed for a church that proclaimed the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He wasn’t just looking for the church to be better. Luther longed for a church where grace was shared and freedom proclaimed in Christ alone. What do you long for today? Is there an I confessed longing, as Bonhoeffer writes, for peace, stability, joy, happiness? Are you longing for renewal in your relationships? Maybe you are just longing for a better tomorrow? Have you settled for 2nd best in life thinking “good enough” is the best it gets, and it is better than nothing? Is it possible that your longing for...

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Talking Points: The Perfect Blend of Politics and Religion show art Talking Points: The Perfect Blend of Politics and Religion

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The unity and diversity of the early church shocked and intrigued the ancient world. Ours should as well. Lessons:  — Like, comment & subscribe to stay updated with the latest content! — With St Luke Columbus Online you can join us every Sunday starting at 8:15 am. Join us at https://www.stlukecolumbus.com/traditional or enjoy our outdoor service at 10 am. — Looking for content for your Kids? Visit our St Luke Kids page: — Discover the God who loves you. You are not alone. We are in this together. — FOLLOW St. Luke Lutheran Church: Instagram: Facebook: Website: YouTube: ...

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Talking Points: The Perfect Blend of Politics and Religion show art Talking Points: The Perfect Blend of Politics and Religion

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Our political views are shaped by a number of variables: our backgrounds, education, and personal experiences to name a few. It’s easy to feel like our view is the right one, but the person beside you is more precious to God than your political view.   As citizens of the Kingdom of God, we are governed first and foremost by the Law of Christ (“love one another as I have loved you”, Christ), which precedes all our political viewpoints.       Next Steps:  Listen, Learn, and Love   Lessons:    —  Like, comment & subscribe to stay...

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Talking Points: The Perfect Blend of Politics and Religion show art Talking Points: The Perfect Blend of Politics and Religion

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Your favorite candidate will win or lose based on how our country votes this November. However, the church will win or lose based on our behavior between now and then. Next steps: Pray for oneness. Heavenly Father, make us one so we can influence many. Prayer of Jesus, what he wanted to be protected. Look for an opportunity to love unconditionally someone with whom you disagree politically. Lessons: —  Like, comment & subscribe to stay updated with the latest content!  —  With St Luke Columbus Online you can join us every Sunday starting at 8:15 am. Join us at or enjoy...

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Everywhere You Look show art Everywhere You Look

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Many divide society into sacred and secular spaces.  Certainly, churches are considered sacred spaces where religious activities are conducted and secular spaces, like a park or government building, are considered secular, a place where attitudes and activities have no religious background to them.  And yet, much of the books of Acts takes place in public, secular spaces like marketplaces, calling into question the sacred/secular divide.  Today we will discover what happens when God crosses this false divide and the impact it has on the world around us.     Next...

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This sermon will teach what to do to promote faith among those you love the most, especially those who may not yet believe. It appears from the gospel record that some or all of Jesus’ immediate family did not initially believe in him. We know that at least some of his family (Mary, James, Jude) became fully-devoted followers of Jesus. 
 
After hearing this sermon we hope that you will follow the example of Jesus and the teachings of the New Testament to promote faith among those you love the most. Regularly pray for your family members, live out your faith, and be prepared to give brief testimonies to how Jesus has given you new life.