June 11, 2017: Trinity Sunday

June 11, 2017

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

Today is Trinity Sunday and Pastor Adam Hengst reminded us of the nature of The Holy Trinity that we worship, their unique individual roles and yet their unity as One God.

First Reading: Genesis 1:26-2:4

Second Reading: Acts 2:1-14, 22-36

Holy Gospel: Matthew 28:16-20

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June 4, 2017: Pentecost

June 4, 2017

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

Today is Pentecost and Pastor Bill Harmon reminded us of the faithfulness, obedience and courage of the first disciples as they waited for the gift of the Holy Spirit and then after receiving it, they went out boldly to witness and convert new believers.  Today we receive that same gift from our Heavenly Father and are commissioned to do just as they did, boldly go out and share the good news of Jesus with the unsaved of today.

First Reading: Numbers 11:24-30

Second Reading: Acts 2:1-21

Holy Gospel: John 7:37-39

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May 28, 2017: Seventh Sunday of Easter

May 28, 2017

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

As we have been privileged over the past few weeks to hear the testimony of our youth as they complete their CDT classes, Pastor Bill Harmon appropriately shared with us how easy it is for us to be always ready to share our testimony whenever we have the opportunity to encourage a brother or sister to put their faith and trust in our God who offers everyone all that is need for eternal salvation and promises never to leave us alone.

First Reading: 1 Peter 4:12-19, 5:6-11

Holy Gospel: John 17

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May 21, 2017: Sixth Sunday of Easter

May 21, 2017

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

As we have been privileged over the past few weeks to hear the testimony of our youth as they complete their CDT classes, Pastor Bill Harmon appropriately shared with us how easy it is for us to be always ready to share our testimony whenever we have the opportunity to encourage a brother or sister to put their faith and trust in our God who offers everyone all that is need for eternal salvation and promises never to leave us alone.

First Reading: Acts 17:16-31

Second Reading: 1 Peter 3:13-22

Holy Gospel: John 14:15-21

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May 14, 2017: Fifth Sunday of Easter

May 14, 2017

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

Pastor Bill Harmon gave us a text study of our Gospel reading in John for his sermon message today.

First Reading: Acts 6:1-9;7:2,51-60

Second Reading: 1 Peter 2:2-10

Holy Gospel: John 14:1-14

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May 7, 2017: Fourth Sunday of Easter

May 7, 2017

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

Pastor Adam Hengst warns us in his message to be cautious about all the voices and influences which try to push us in different directions but to keep our focus on the voice of the Good Shepherd who bore all our sins on the cross because he loves us.

First Reading: Acts 2:42-47

Second Reading: 1 Peter 2:19-25

Holy Gospel: John 10:1-11

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April 30, 2017: Third Sunday of Easter

April 30, 2017

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

Pastor Bill Harmon’s message today comes from our reading in Luke about two disciples on the Road to Emmaus.  Pastor Harmon reminds us that we have trouble seeing Jesus, we should go to the source of information regarding Him, His Holy Word, the church, Bible studies.

First Reading: Acts 2:14, 36-41

Epistle Reading: 1 Peter 1:17-25

Holy Gospel: Luke 24:13-35

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April 23, 2017: Second Sunday of Easter

April 23, 2017

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

Pastor Bill Harmon’s message today reminds us that all Christian have failed in obeying God’s law, in honoring God and in loving and serving God and our neighbors yet just like the original disciples, God still loves us, desires a relationship with each of us and will joyfully forgive all our sins and welcomes us as His children when we repent and ask for forgiveness.  Easter can be celebrated every day!

First Reading: Acts 5:29-42

Epistle Reading: 1 Peter 1:3-9

Holy Gospel: John 20:19-31

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April 16, 2017: Easter

April 16, 2017

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

Pastor Bill Harmon’s message today reminds us of what all Christian have received through no merit of our own but purely through the love, mercy and grace and the great sacrifice of Jesus on a cross to suffer, die and then be resurrected to grant of the forgiveness of all our sins and to assure us eternal life in the presence of Jesus Christ and our Heavenly Father.

First Reading, Holy Gospel: Mark 16:1-8

Second Reading, Holy Gospel: John 20:1-18

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April 14, 2017: Good Friday

April 14, 2017

King of Glory Lutheran Church is committed to Connecting to God and His People, Growing in Faith and Love and Living through Service and Sharing, that ALL may know the love of Jesus.

This has been a special week and the two services on Good Friday were also special and different.  In the noon service, the Good Friday Passion reading was presented by Pastor Adam Hengst and Ryan Pfendler and at the 7:30pm service, Pastor Bill Harmon’s Homily was “A Letter to Jesus” from a remorseful sinner, perhaps a letter you or I should have written.  As a result this is a combined podcast for Good Friday begins with the Homily and followed by the Passion reading.

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