Worship this week, Sunday, August 9, 2020, will be led by the youth who participated in the Mission Trip this past month. They look forward to sharing this amazing experience with you.
Martin Luther on Trial
The Fellowship for Performing Arts presents a Virtual Presentation on Sunday, August 2 from 3-6 p.m. This is a free virtual event and Faith Lutheran Church invites you to watch it from the Faith Center (space will be limited to the first 45) or you can watch it from home.
A virtual presentation of this acclaimed production featuring the original cast erupts in an afterlife trial for the soul of Martin Luther…at Lucifer’s request.
“This fantastical courtroom drama features Hitler, Freud, Martin Luther King Jr., and Pope Francis as witnesses, a reenactment of Satan’s rebellion and his failed attempt to enlist Michael the Archangel!
“All this along with a thorough examination of Luther’s life and his loving relationship with Katie Von Bora. And did we mention how funny it is?
“No FPA production has generated more audience excitement than Martin Luther on Trial. Plus, a live talkback with Max McLean follows the event.”
To watch this production at Faith, call the office with the number attending in your party. To find more information or to watch it from home, follow this link: Eventbrite.com
June 28, 2020 Sermon
Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
by Pastor Dave Wollan
“The Heart of Romans: Till Death Do Us Part”
Romans 7:1-13, Matthew 10:34-42
1) How have you experienced that gospel causing division in your life?
2) What does Paul’s marriage analogy mean for us in regard to the law?
3) What does the law do?
4) What does it mean to be dead to the law?
Third Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, June 21, 2020
Sermon by Pr. Scott Grorud
“The Heart of Romans: Salves (?!?) of Righteousness”
Romans 6:12-23 and Matthew 10:16-23
1) Why is it necessary to understand that Paul lived in a classed society that included slavery?
2) How does Paul’s language of slavery still make sense, even in our current culture?
3) What is “the form of teaching” to which we “were entrusted”?
4) How can Paul tell sinners that “sin will have no dominion over you”?