Redeemer Lutherhan Church

Praising God, serving neighbors with Christ at the center!



| March 8, 2020

Christians can sometimes forget that the events that mark the beginning of their faith occurred within the context of real history. As we enter into the season of Lent we will consider the events that founded our faith. Here are some indisputable facts surrounding the advent of our faith. Something happened in the Middle East […]

The Gospel

| February 9, 2020

We as Lutheran Christians rightly understand that a person is born sinful. This is something that the Scriptures clearly teach, Ps 51:5, Romans 5:12, Eph 4:22 just to cite a few. When one considers what sin and evil is though, one confronts a more difficult question. The theologian John Stott, called sin and evil selfishness. […]

We have started a new year in the Church

| December 17, 2019

We have started a new year in the Church. If we were to be guided by scripture in making resolutions, one might be for the start of this new Church year, too, “Stay Awake.” In Matthew 24 Jesus pleaded with His Church to Stay Awake! “42 Therefore, stay awake, for you do not know on […]

Our 4th born child is named after the prophet Jonah.

| October 6, 2019

This is not due to the fact that Jonah was really a very admirable prophet, he really was not. The name Jonah the book of Jonah has one clear message, God was and is gracious and merciful slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love, a love that is for ALL people! I recently read […]

Train up a child in the way he should go…

| September 15, 2019

Dear Parent, “Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it” Proverbs 22:6 The goal of Religious Education is to pass along the Christian Faith. The Christian Faith is the only thing that is going to last beyond your life and the life of […]

The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit

| May 17, 2019

Before you start reading this, open up your Bible and read John chapter 5. John 5 is an absolutely critical text for understanding the interrelationship between the Father and the Son. Jesus builds on the foundation that has been laid in the previous chapters. He begins the discourse with the statement “Truly, truly,” drawing the […]

What we are about has to do with Jesus

| April 7, 2019

This is quite true, but what about Jesus? There are two options that churches commonly take, when it comes to the centrality of Jesus as their mission: Either Jesus is firstly your example, or he is firstly your Savior. I propose that if these are in the incorrect order we will get many things wrong! […]

Slow Down

| March 7, 2019

Recently Laura and I started team writing for a ministry called 1517. I would like to share with you our first post. “The truth is, of course, that what one regards as interruptions are precisely ones life.” -C.S. Lewis Arm over arm I make my way to the other side of the pool. Mentally I […]

This is the story of the Rag Man

| February 10, 2019

This month I want to share with you a story that I find powerful. Ragman by Walter Wangerin, Jr. I saw a strange sight. I stumbled upon a story most strange, like nothing my life, my street sense, my sly tongue had ever prepared me for. Hush, child. Hush, now, and I will tell it […]

Made Beautiful

| November 1, 2018

500 years ago this year Luther penned the Heidelberg Disputation. He delivered it at a pastor’s conference of Augustinian Monks in April. While the 95 theses, only nailed about 6 months prior, clarified and brought to light many things, they are quite far from being “Lutheran.” But here in the Heidelberg Disputation, we have all […]