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  • 3rd Sunday of Easter

    John 21: 1-14 (15-19)Sermon Preached at Luther Memorial Chapel, Shorewood, WIRev. Gary GehlbachIn the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.Grace and peace to you from our Triune God – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.    For the disci...
  • 2nd Sunday of Easter

    Text: John 20:19-31“Doubting Doubts”Vicar Kyle Krueger What a bunch of chickens the disciples were!  They can’t even stick it out a few more days before going into hiding?  The text says that they were gathered together on the evening of the firs...
  • Maundy Thursday

    TEXT: HEBREWS 10:15-25THE BLOOD OF JESUS GIVES US CONFIDENCETO DRAW NEAR WITH A TRUE HEART!Rev. Kenneth W. WietingIn many and various ways God spoke to His people of old by the prophets, but now in these last days He has spoken to us by His Son.  Dear he...
  • Good Friday Noonday

    Test: John19:17-30Victory in DisgraceVicar Kyle Krueger    One cannot help to feel slightly bad for Pontius Pilate.  He goes down in history not for trying to prevent Jesus cruel and unwarranted suffering and death, but causing it.  He becomes the ro...
  • Good Friday Evening

    Text: Luke 23:33-46“The Words and Wounds of Jesus”Vicar Kyle Krueger  Christ’s Christmas incarnation finally comes to its pinnacle, “And when they came to the place that is called The Skull, there they crucified him…”  Christ the Son of God ...
  • The Resurrection of our Lord

    TEXT: LUKE 24:1-12/I COR 15:19-26TITLE: THE EIGHTH DAY DELIGHT OF THE NEW MAN!Rev. Kenneth W. WietingAlleluia! Christ is risen!  His is risen indeed!  Alleluia!  The suffering and death of one man on a Friday afternoon was the greatest moment in the hi...
  • Easter Vigil

    TEXT: JOHN 20:1-9YOU WEAR THE CLOTHING OF THE RISEN CHRIST!Rev. Kenneth W. WietingThey had divided his clothes and gambled for His tunic.  A cruel act – it said to the naked man spiked to the cross – “you are as good as dead – you have no further...
  • Palm Sunday/Passion Sunday

    TEXT – Luke 23:1-56/John 12:12-16LIFE DOESN’T ALWAYS TURN OUT THE WAY YOU EXPECT!Rev. Kenneth W. WietingThis Sunday – Passion Sunday/Palm Sunday is one of competing emotions.  We sing “All glory laud and honor” but also “A Lamb goes uncomplai...
  • Fifth Sunday in Lent

    Text: Luke 20:9-20Owners of the Vineyard!Vicar Kyle KruegerIn the name of the Father and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.  Amen.“The scribes and chief priests sought to lay hands on Him at that very hour, for they perceived that He had told this par...
  • Fourth Sunday in Lent

    TEXT - LUKE 15:1-3; 11-32THE SEARCHING, FORGIVING, PRODIGALLOVE OF THE FATHER IS FOR YOURev. Kenneth W. WietingTo the Church of God at Luther Memorial Chapel and University Student Center, called as saints, grace to you and peace from God our Father and t...
  • Third Sunday in Lent

    TEXT: LUKE 13:1-9GOD DESIRES NONE TO PERISH!Rev. Kenneth W. WietingTo the Church of God at Luther Memorial Chapel and University Student Center…called as saints…grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.What is it that preci...
  • Second Sunday in Lent

    LUKE 13:31-35Vicar Kyle Krueger"Rejected"If you listened closely to the appointed scripture readings for today, the 2nd Sunday in Lent, there is a line in each reading that intimately connects them together.  The prophet Jeremiah speaks the word of the L...
  • First Sunday in Lent

    TEXT: Luke 4:1-13THE WINNER STANDS FOR YOU!Rev. Kenneth W. WietingDear brothers and sisters in Christ: “By the one man’s obedience the many will be made righteous” (Romans 5:19).  Grace and peace to you from the one obedient Man - Jesus - who with ...
  • Ash Wednesday

    TEXT: JONAH 1:1-3RUNNING AWAY FROM GOD’S CALLRev. Kenneth W. WietingNow the word of the Lord came to Jonah…saying, “Arise, go to Nineveh, that great city, and call out against it, for their evil has come up before me.”He was an 8th Century BC cour...
  • The Transfiguration of our Lord

    Text: Luke 9:28-36Preached by Vicar Kyle Krueger“C”, “E” and “T”: Let’s stay in Church!I recently heard the phrase “C” and “E” Christians; meaning “Christmas” and “Easter” Christians; Referring to those who only attend Church...
  • Fifth Sunday After the Epiphany

    TEXT: ISAIAH 6:1-13/LUKE 5:1-11HOLY, HOLY, HOLY IS THE LORD OF HOSTSWHO ALONE FILLS OUR EMPTINESS!Rev. Kenneth W. WietingTo the Church of God at Luther Memorial Chapel and University Student Center, called as saints, grace to you and peace from God our Fa...
  • Fourth Sunday After the Epiphany

    Preached by Vicar Kyle Krueger"The Spirituality of God in Christ"Luke 4:31-44The new creation begins where the old creation ceases- on the Sabbath day in the Fathers House.  It is not the least bit ironic that the Epiphany season started with the young b...
  • Third Sunday After the Epiphany

    TEXT: LUKE 4:16-30THE CUSTOMS THAT JESUS CONTINUES TODAY!Preached by Rev. Kenneth W. WietingTo the Church of God at Luther Memorial Chapel and University Student Center called as saints, Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ...
  • Second Sunday After the Epiphany

    Preached by Vicar Kyle Krueger"Sign, Sign everywhere a sign"John 2:1-11“Everyone serves the good wine first, and when people have drunk freely, then the poor wine.”It is often common party practice for a host to serve the higher quality Lakefront micr...
  • First Sunday After Ephiphany

    Did you not know that I must be in my Father's house? Luke 2:41-55 46 After three days they found him in the temple, sitting among the teachers, listening to them and asking them questions. 47 And all who heard him were amazed at his understanding and his...

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