On this night, Jesus celebrated His final passover meal with the disciples, washed their feet, and revealed He would love them until the end before he experienced betrayal on this night. Jesus also gave a new command: love one another.
It’s no surprise that Jesus used lots of questions to teach his disciples - and us! What questions do you have for God? What questions are people asking today? Are we prepared to answer? How can we answer those questions with discernment and truth, and without judgment? Some guest panels will help us with some tough topics like religion, Christianity, heaven, and spirituality, and discuss topics like stress, why life is hard, and the Christian view of sexuality. The goal is truly to help us be prepared to share the hope we have in Christ and be ready to explain this hope with gentleness and respect.
We focus on people in the scriptures who are just like US. They've been down and out, deceived, and depressed. However, their stories illustrate what it means to be chosen and delivered by God.
Habakkuk was a praying prophet who dared to ask the difficult questions. The main question this book asks is, "How can God use a wicked nation such as Babylon for His Divine Purpose?" Lent is the perfect time to ask difficult questions as we attempt to understand God's Will and His ways.
In the series we will uncover the amazing origins of this book, and explore some tough questions. We hope you will grow to appreciate, understand, and apply this amazing gift from God to your life.
As we gather today, our goal is to point to Jesus - the Savior of the world. Join in as we sing and celebrate the birth of the Savior of the World - Jesus.
Christmas originated with the celebration of Christ’s birthday and He is the reason for the season. But what is the truth about Jesus? We will tackle this question and more during this series.
The NEXT Campaign is a three-year spiritual journey seeking the heart of God by answering the question, “What’s next for Faith in reaching this generation and generations to come?” Visit our NEXT website.
Life is messy. How do we address this, deal with it, and attempt to break through to experience forgiveness and freedom from the messes we have made?
In this stand-alone message, Pastor Schmidtke from Bethlehem Lutheran Church shares a message of God's grace.
Through the chapters of Acts we witness the Holy Spirit working in and through a plethora of multi-faceted characters. How might the Holy Spirit be working through us? In us?
This series will also give us an opportunity to unfold our pathway of care at our sites – how care happens at Faith and among our regular attenders and members.
We learn what a refugee is, what they’ve gone through to get here, and what role we as Christians can play in impacting refugees here in the Greater Saint Louis area.