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Connecting God’s Word to your Everyday Life

make us instruments of your peace.  

The Lord proclaims:

A voice is heard in Ramah,

    weeping and wailing.

It’s Rachel crying for her children;

    she refuses to be consoled,

    because her c …


Come and See

The next day John was standing again with two of his disciples. When he saw Jesus walking along he said, “Look! The Lamb of God!” The two disciples heard what John said, and they followed Jesus. When Jesus turned and saw them following, he asked, “What are you looking for?”

They said, “Rabbi (which is translated Teacher), where are you staying?”

He repl …


Everyone Follows

This week’s devotion is written by Grace Heimerdinger-Baake, Director of Youth and Family Ministry.

“There are different spiritual gifts but the same Spirit; and there are different ministries and the same Lord; and there are different activities but the same God who produces all of them in everyone.” -1 Cor. 12:4-6

This past Sunday was Youth-Led Worship. This particular Sunday is when children and you …


Thanks Forever

I exalt you, Lord, because you pulled me up;


Recognizing Jesus

When Jesus was at the table with the two of them, he took bread, blessed and broke it, and gave it to them. Then their eyes were opened, and they recognized him.

-Luke 24:30-31


I am always grateful for name tags at big events. That way, if I’ve forgotten someone’s name I really should remember, I can sneak a peek at their name tag and remind myself, “O …


Coveting, Part Two: Relationships

The Tenth Commandment

You shall not covet your neighbor’s spouse, or male or female slave, or ox, or donkey, or anything that belongs to your neighbor.

What does this mean?

We are to fear and love God, so that we do not entice, force or steal away from our neighbors their spouses, household workers, or livestock, b …


The Thief of Joy

The Ninth Commandment

You shall not covet your neighbor’s house.

What does this mean?

We are to fear and love God, so that we do not try to trick our neighbors out of their inheritance or property or try to get it for ourselves by claiming to have a legal right to it and the like, but instead be of help and service …


The Best Possible Light

The Eighth Commandment

You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.

What does this mean?

We are to fear and love God, so that we do not tell lies about our neighbors, betray or slander them, or destroy their reputations. Instead we are to come to their defense, speak well of them, and interpret everything …


Promises, Promises

The Sixth Commandment

You shall not commit adultery.

What does this mean?

We are to fear and love God, so that we lead pure and decent lives in word and deed, and each of us loves and honors their spouse.


While the “honor your parents” commandment is the one …



The Fifth Commandment

You shall not murder.


What does this mean?

We are to fear and love God, so that we neither endanger nor harm the lives of our neighbors, but instead help and support them in all of life’s needs.


I am not very good at bowling. We …