Archive for April 2020

How does Jesus' first encounter with his disciples on the Road to Emmaus connect with what we are going through today? In this week's message, Pastor Paul speaks to the hope that is found in recognizing Jesus with us on the journey through our grief and anger and disappointment.

This message was preached for an online worship service for the Water of Life Conference of the Northeastern Iowa Synod, ELCA. If you are ever in the Greater Dubuque Iowa area, please know that you are welcome at any of our congregations.

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Christ is Risen, Have Hope

Where do we turn when we feel like we have been sealed up in tombs of doubt and uncertainty during a pandemic? In this message, Pastor Josh from Holy Trinity Lutheran Church offers us hope in the resurrection message of Jesus Christ.

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“Away with him! Crucify him!” On this day of remembrance, we hold onto hope and God’s love for the world. In our current global pandemic, this day may be even more poignant than ever.

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The sermon for Maundy Thursday reminds us that Jesus takes the time to share his love with his followers through teaching and acts of service. How do these words speak to us in a time of global pandemic? Pastor Paul talks about Jesus’ story as a reminder of where our hope lies.

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*Note, this message was recorded live over the Internet. There are additional noises and a couple of drop outs in sound, but the message is still powerful and worth hearing.

Palm Sunday, Hosanna! Have mercy on us!

Where do we turn in our affliction? God is present with us, even as we question for ourselves, “Who is this man?” Pastor Jay Ilten from St John Lutheran Church in Dubuque is our preacher for this week.

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Psalm 130 speaks to us in our time of social distancing. Out of the depths we, too, cry out to God. Seminarian John Evans offers a message that reminds us of our hope in Jesus Christ and helps us hear the Psalm for our time.

This is a live recording over the Internet. There are a few short pauses that we have left in this recording to be authentic to the situation of interruptions in our communication.

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