Archive for the ‘Sermons’ Category

Sermon: Ephesians 3:14-21 – 9th Sunday after Pentecost – A Vicar’s parting prayer

July 29, 2012

Sermon: Ephesians 3:14-21 – 9th Sunday after Pentecost – A Vicar’s parting prayer

Sermon: 8th Sunday after Pentecost – Ephesians 2:11-22 – Grace, Mercy, and Peace through Christ

July 22, 2012

Sermon: 8th Sunday after Pentecost – Ephesians 2:11-22 – Grace, Mercy, and Peace through Christ

Sermon: Sixth Sunday after Pentecost – Mark 6:7-13

July 8, 2012

Sermon: Sixth Sunday after Pentecost – Mark 6:7-13

Sermon: 6th Sunday of Easter – Love of a Friend

May 28, 2012

Sermon: 3rd Sunday of Easter – Children of God

April 23, 2012

Sermon: Preaching Christ Crucified – 3rd Sunday in Lent

March 11, 2012

1st Sunday in Lent – Temptation

February 26, 2012

Sermon – The Baptism of our Lord

January 8, 2012

Sermon as preached at the 8am service

The Unexpected Rend of the Heavens Sermon

November 27, 2011

Isaiah 64:1-9 the appointed Old Testament text for the 1st Sunday in Advent was our focus for this morning. How could Isaiah ask the Lord to rend the heavens and come down? How could Isaiah pray to God and refer to him as “our Father” or “our Redeemer?” Questions like this and others are answered in Isaiah’s text. We also take a look at how our liturgy today points directly to the coming Advent, either the celebration of Christ’s birth or constant reminder that Christ is returning again… We do not know the day or the hour, but we are urgently witnessing to both God’s children and His lost children.

BSLC Florissant Sermon 8:00 am Sunday 11/27/2011 Advent 1 from Jim Steinbruegge on Vimeo.

The Transformation from the Old Watchman to the New Watchman

September 4, 2011

Vicar Eric Ekong preaches on the Old Testament text from Ezekiel 33:7-9. Old Watchmen transformed into the New Watchman through Jesus Christ.

BSLC Florissant Worship Service 8:00 am Sunday 9/4/2011 from Jim Steinbruegge on Vimeo.


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