Current Sermon Series: Christmas Light

One of the favorite scenes of the Christmas season are all the Christmas lights. There are Christmas lights on homes and in malls.  But for all the peace and serenity Christmas lights may communicate, the Christmas season can feel anything but peaceful and serene.  It can feel overwhelming and burdening!  In this series, we look at how to make Christmas light – cutting through the clutter of the season and getting back to what matters most.

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Christmas Light

In this series, we look at how to make Christmas light – cutting through the clutter of the season and getting back to what matters most.


We all can be overcome by temptation – sometimes over and over again. Thankfully, God’s will has the power to transform our hearts.


What do my receipts say about the transactions I make and the heart I have toward God and money?

Thoughts and Prayers

Every circumstance – whether it is joyful or tragic – ought to be informed and formed by prayer.


The story of the exodus foreshadows the exodus from sin, death, and the devil won for us by one who is greater than Moses – Jesus!

Learning the Hard Way

In Ecclesiastes, Solomon explains the lessons he has learned the hard way so we don’t have to!

Foolish Things Christians Believe

In this series, we look at some of the most foolish things Christians believe that, though they seem strange, are actually true!

Easter 2018

Christ is Risen!

Love Is...

In this series, we look at some of the ways we can reflect Jesus' love, using Paul's description of what love is from 1 Corinthians 13.

Conversation Starters

In this series, based on part of an upcoming book by Carl Medearis, we look at two ways from Jesus to begin a conversation about Jesus.

Year in Review

In this series, we look at some of big, recurring news themes of 2017 and ask, “What lessons can we learn for 2018?”

Ask Anything

Pastors Tucker and McIntosh answer faith-related questions at Concordia, live!

Christmas 2017

The story of the birth of our Savior, Jesus, told through word and song. Merry Christmas!

The _______ that Stole Christmas

We take a look at some of the most common things that can steal our joy, while also remembering that Christ can restore everything.


Can our "stuff" be put to better use? What if we stored less and gave more?

Sola: What Matters Most

We take a look at the things that matter most to our faith and should therefore be not only at the top of our minds, but deep in our hearts.

When the Waters Rise

Scripture calls us to do two simple things when we are confronted with human suffering in a broken world.


Charles Dickens begins his classic, A Tale of Two Cities, saying, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” This is not only a

Memorial Day

We remember those who have given their lives in service to our country, but we also find our hope in the truth of our Savior.


In this series, we unpack the twin themes of sin and grace and discover how God has grace not only for us, but for the world.


The gospel shows us how Jesus takes care of everything that matters.

Palm Sunday

We are invited to consider again what it means to be Jesus's disciples. We are invited to declare, “This is Jesus” and worship Him.

Self-Destruct: Fighting Sin and Finding Grace

Because Jesus conquered His own destruction on a cross, sin does not have to destroy us.

Family Ties

As important as fun times and good memories may be, there are even deeper things that bring a family together and keep a family together.

i: Finding Your Identity in Christ

The message of Christianity is that our identity rests not in what we do, but in whose we are. We belong to Christ.

New Year's Hope

No matter what the circumstances are, we can have hope in Jesus Christ.

Christmas Past

Christmas is a time for family! Families come in from all over to be together during the holidays.

Live a Faithful Life

What if God wrote your bucket list? What would be on that list? Travel to distant places? Learn a foreign language?

Marriage Two-Step

In this series, we look at the values of being humble and kind to make marriages, and all relationships, better.

Civics 101

This year's election is the source of a lot of stress!

Next Steps

Stewardship is a vital part of the Christian life. Because God is the owner of everything, we are called to steward that with which....

Foundations: Back to the Basics of Belief

“For no one can lay any foundation other than the one already laid, which is Jesus Christ.” (1 Corinthians 3:11)

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A glance at a beautiful sunrise or a gaze at a lofty mountain can inspire a sense of awe. In Psalm 19, while a sense of awe is declared at


The love of a mother is unique. For many, the love of their mothers is steadfast, unconditional, and forgiving.

There’s No Place Like Home

Home holds a special place in many of our hearts. It’s a place we grew up. It has memories we hold sacred.

Following Jesus

Rev. Dr. Dale Meyer



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There are lots of things in life that are tough to stand. Sometimes, it’s a food that does not agree with our palate.


Spiritual disciplines are simple practices meant to train us. They are meant to train us for godliness as we seek to follow Christ and love.

The Ten(der) Commandments

When you think of the Ten Commandments, does the word "love" come to mind?


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