St. Peter’s Weekly Messages

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St. Peter’s Lutheran | Genesis | June 16, 2024 | Pastor John Cordrey | The results of humanity’s disobedience begin to take shape as we hear the story of Cain and Abel.  In anger, Cain rises up to take Abel’s life, committing the first murder.  With Abel’s blood crying from the ground and Cain banished from the presence of the Lord, is there any hope of fulfilling God’s promise of one to come who will bring salvation? Following the death of a shepherd, the Lord provides a new start, a new line that will lead to a shepherd who will offer his life to bring us into a new lineage.

Genesis | The Fall | 2

Monday Jun 10, 2024

Monday Jun 10, 2024

St. Peter’s Lutheran | Genesis | June 9, 2024 | Pastor John Cordrey  | When Adam and Eve disobeyed God and followed the serpent’s temptation, God began to move in mercy and grace. Walking through the garden, God went on a search-and-rescue mission, calling them out of hiding through confession and then covering their sin and nakedness through absolution. In Genesis 3, we see God's mercy and grace at work, which will shape His continued interactions with His people, finding fulfillment in Jesus’ death at the cross. 

Genesis | Creation | 1

Monday Jun 03, 2024

Monday Jun 03, 2024

St. Peter’s Lutheran | Genesis | June 2, 2024 | Pastor Adam Rodriguez | Genesis 1 and 2 is the story of the beginning of everything. As followers of Jesus, it is where our story begins. Our story begins in perfection and order, walking with God Himself. And it’s important that we start there, because we all have felt, at times, out of place in this world. We have all felt that life is not as it should be. And Genesis 1-2 gives us the why behind that feeling. Yes, we were indeed created for something better and for Someone better. It is that perfection and that rightly ordered life that the cross of Jesus brings us back into in His death and resurrection.

Trinity Sunday | 3

Monday May 27, 2024

Monday May 27, 2024

St. Peter’s Lutheran | Trinity Sunday  | May 26, 2024 | Pastor Tim Carter | The church’s message is clear, God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. Everything we do, and everything we live for as the church and disciples of Jesus, ought to be founded upon this reality.  As we are sent, and empowered to testify, the message remains the same, Christ died for you, believe and trust in Him and receive eternal life.

Pentecost | 2

Monday May 20, 2024

Monday May 20, 2024

St. Peter’s Lutheran | Pentecost | May 19, 2024 | Pastor Adam Rodriguez | The church is empowered on its mission by the Holy Spirit who comes to guide the church in all truth, and to testify to the truth.  Filled with the Holy Spirit, the disciples, and the church today testifies to the work of Christ Jesus.

Ascension | 1

Monday May 13, 2024

Monday May 13, 2024

St. Peter’s Lutheran | Ascension | May 12, 2024 | Pastor John Cordrey | The church is sent into the world.  Not to be of it, but to be in it.  At the Ascension of Christ, the church receives its mission and begins to move into the world filled with the full measure of joy in Christ Jesus. 

Monday May 06, 2024

St. Peter’s Lutheran | What About This? | May 5, 2024 | Pastor Adam Rodriguez | “Do not judge, or you too will be judged.”  We’ve all heard it - we all think we know what it means, and most of us have likely misapplied. One of the most quoted sayings of Jesus has led many Christians and non-Christians alike down a path of confusion and contradiction regarding judging.  Today, we work to make sense of this particular teaching of Jesus and see how it applies to those within the church

Monday Apr 29, 2024

St. Peter’s Lutheran | What About This? | April 28, 2024 | Pastor Adam Rodriguez | We find ourselves in yet another election cycle. In 6 short months you will find yourself asking the question: who should I vote for? While the church will never tell you who to vote for, the church will stand up and point up times where faith and life intersect. And this is painstakingly true in an election cycle. As followers of Jesus we are not called to fuel the fire of hate and anxiety that has become the norm of elections. Rather, we are called to inject peace and stability into the conversations. How do we do that? Because we know how the story is going to end. 

Monday Apr 22, 2024

St. Peter’s Lutheran | What About This? | April 21, 2024 | Pastor John Cordrey | For many followers of Jesus, the idea of struggles, grief, pain, mourning, and mental health are experiences that often seem separated or even divorced from the Christian life. There is a belief (though not Scriptural) that the Christian should only and always experience joy, after all, we are new creations in Christ. As illogical as this sounds, unfortunately, many have erroneously embraced a “joy only” life and have forgotten that God makes room for mourning, sorrows, struggles, and pain. If we expect the gospel to bring peace to us now, we also must make room for this pain. We must learn to embrace God’s mercy found in lamenting.

Monday Apr 15, 2024

St. Peter’s Lutheran | What About This? | April 14, 2024 | Pastor John Cordrey | “Who am I?” or “How do I identify?” These questions have become more important and more heated than ever before, especially as we wrestle with the topic of human sexuality. Human Sexuality is an essential and important part of our identity as well as a gift from God. Scripture defines for us how sexuality and identity come together and what God’s original design and intent for sexuality was. In a world awash with emotions, incongruences, attractions, and rhetoric, the Bible brings clarity to who we are as sexual beings and defines our identity through the redemption we have in Jesus.

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