Author Archives: Pastor Blake

A Terrible, No-Good Day

This week, as we start the summer blended service, we begin a new sermon series! Over the entire summer we will be looking at the Genesis account of Joseph. I hope it is a blessing to you! We live in a world that is desperate for true heroes. It seems that public officials are more […]

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Good News

This week we will continue our series in Romans by looking at Romans 15:14-33. As Paul began to wrap up his letter to the church in Rome, he revealed his strategy for ministry: fully proclaim the gospel where Christ is not known, especially among the Gentiles. Paul answered God’s call on his life and went […]

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Glory to God

This week we will continue in our study of Romans 15 by looking at verses 5-13. Do you ever wonder how many people drive through the streets of Baraboo or any other community and think, “Why are there so many churches in this town? Why can’t they just work together in serving the Lord?” Why […]

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Words of Life

This week we will continue in our series on Romans 15 by looking at verses 4-6. Paul states that everything written in the Bible was written to teach us. So, are we teachable? The Scriptures offer us wisdom, encouragement and life. The Bible is just as relevant today as it was when it was written. […]

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Care For One Another

This week we will be returning to Paul’s letter to the church in Rome. How can we be a body of believers that cares for one another? We’ll look at Romans 14:1-9 for answers. Every one of us comes into church sick and needy, looking for help with life. Church is intended to be an […]

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Paid in Full

This week we will continue with our Lenten series, “The Seven Last Words of Christ” by looking at Jesus’ words, “It is finished!” Jesus’ last words meant that His suffering was over and the whole work His Father had given Him to do was completely fulfilled, completed, accomplished, done. The debt of our sin was […]

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Desperate Cry

This week we will continue in our series “The Seven Last Words of Christ” and focus on the fourth statement, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?” Jesus was experiencing indescribable pain and suffering on the cross. He had never known the agony of abandonment and it was horrific. God had departed from […]

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Thinking of Mom

This week we will continue in our Lenten series “The Seven Last Words of Christ” by focusing on John 19:26-27, “Woman, behold your son. Son, behold your mother.” For a period of time while Jesus was on the cross, He was cut off from the life-giving fellowship with His Father. Yet, in the midst of […]

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The Face of Grace

This week we will be continuing in our series “The Seven Last Words of Christ” by looking at the second statement, “I tell you the truth, today you will be with me in paradise.” Luke 23:43 Jesus said “today”, not someday after your soul has slept for awhile. Today! Those who are granted eternal life […]

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