Monday, November 29, 2010

We began a series of messages that will carry us through Advent and Christmas. We're looking at Paul's description of Jesus in Colossians 1:15-20 and seeing who Jesus is. In the first message of this series, we saw that Jesus is the image of the invisible God. It can be heard or downloaded at

Our children's message for the day can be heard at

For Thanksgiving, we heard about giving thanks in all circumstances. We had a series of mini-sermons delivered by myself, Mark Fagerstrom, Roger Seldal, and Shawn Blobaum. It can be heard at

Monday, November 22, 2010

According to Scripture, believers will suffer persecution. We tend to think that persecution hinders the work of ministry. But, in reality, it provides opportunity for us to bear witness. This message can be heard or downloaded at

Our children's message for the day, focusing on encouraging one another, can be heard at

Monday, November 15, 2010

A vast majority of people in the United States say they're Christian; they say they believe in Jesus. But is this true? A disciple of Jesus, a Christian, will abide in his Word. This message can be downloaded and heard at

This week, the message was brought by Gilbert Sebenste, one of the deacons at Grace. He shares how true believers will demonstrate love by serving others. He wants the disclaimer added that he jumbled the order in one of the Scriptures he shared. But it didn't alter the meaning or the message of the passage. It can be heard and downloaded at

Monday, November 01, 2010

Pastor Connely Dyrud, former missionary to Brazil, was with us at worship this week and brought the message. He spoke about the basics of prayer. His message can be heard or downloaded at