"Why???" During this service, we consider this question that ALL of us have nearly every day of our lives. St. Paul will help us come to a right answer as we consider 1 Cor. 13:12 under the sermon titled: "Now I Know In Part..."
Zion's students, teachers, & staff come together to hear the Word of God and rejoice in their status as Redeemed Ones of God, Himself! This week's guest pastor is Pr. Julian LeMie of St. John Lutheran, Beecher.
Please consider watching this devotion to learn about the little boy whose parents forced him to go to Vacation Bible School as PUNISHMENT for being bad! His story provides insight to us as to why we teach the Commandments first when instructing students using our Small Catechism!
This weekend we join with other faithful Christians to observe Life Sunday. So many say that different "life circumstances" bring the need for abortion into our world. In our sermon under the title of "Is This a Case for Abortion?" we consider this most important matter. Scripture is: Is. 40:1-11, 1 Jn. 3:13-18, Jn. 10:7-18.
In today's devotion we'll consider the topic of prayer. And, within that, we'll consider what are called "just prayers." WHAT are those prayers? Watch the devotion to find out! James 1:6-7 and portions of Luther's Large Catechism will guide us in this subject.
Zion's school students, faculty, & staff gather to hear the timeless, errorless Word of God. In today's chapel, we'll consider "signs" - those of this world, and those from heaven. The Scripture reading is John 2:1-11.
Jesus is at the Wedding in Cana. A HUGE problem develops... they run out of wine! Yikes! Mary, His mother, asks Jesus to "do something" to help the situation. His first reply is, frankly, shocking! The sermon title is: "Turned Down Cold... Or Not?" based on John 2:1-11.
What is the One Thing that listeners should hear in EVERY sermon and Bible class? Seemingly, the possibilities are uncountable. Yet, there is One Thing that must necessarily be mentioned each time that God's people gather to worship and study. We'll discuss that in today's devotion based on John 5:39.
Zion's students, faculty, & staff come together for their midweek chapel service. Pr. Craig Meissner of Immanuel Lutheran, Steger, is our guest preacher today. We also observe Baptismal birthdays for those Baptized in the month of December.
Our Gospel reading for this weekend describes the account of Jesus' Baptism in the Jordan River. What's that all about? Does it have anything to do with us? The sermon title is: "It's In the Way (Thank God!)" based on Luke 3:15-22.