What do you do if your faith is small? Just take the first small step. Even if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, God can work through your life to accomplish great things. Listen to this week’s sermon by Pastor Jim, accompanied by the music of Karl Olsen.
In Genesis we learn about a God who forgives and never gives up on us. Down through the ages God keeps calling us to Himself through a message of love.
Sometimes making even small personal changes, let alone tackling the monumental problems of this world, can seem quite overwhelming. That’s why Pastor Jim explores how to make the small changes in your daily life that can lead to a better, more abundant life in this Trinity Sunday and Memorial Day weekend sermon titled “Bite-Sized Christianity.”
Join Pastor Jim for an inspirational Pentecost worship service. Karl Olsen’s musical contributions help to create a moving worship experience.
In this Mother’s Day sermon, Pastor Jim explores what a motherly love God has for us. Pastor Jim reads a classic children’s story and Karl sings several favorites. Join us in this online worship service. As a reminder, in-person church services are held each Sunday at 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
We are called to love beyond our own tribe… beyond what is familiar to us. We are called to enlarge our capacity for love, kindness and service… to break down barriers rather than build them up. This sermon explores the disciples’ growth in understanding that God loves ALL people, as they encountered people from the wider world interested in the Good News of the Gospel.
Christianity is not a passive faith. It is a moving, dynamic one. Listen as Pastor Jim explores what it means to be a follower of Jesus, putting faith into action.
Travel the road to Emmaus in this post-Easter sermon as Pastor Jim addresses dashed hopes, epiphanies, and the longing for home.
Join us for this multi-church online worship service with a sermon by Pastor Andy Yee, Assistant to the Bishop.
Jesus is risen! Alleluia! Please join us for our online Easter 2021 Worship service from Trinity Lutheran Church in Freeland, WA.
Pastor Jim explores the events of Passion Week leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus in this Palm Sunday sermon.
Pastor Jim explores the difficulties of being human in this week’s sermon.
Jesus, because He became fully human, Jesus was intimately aware of human suffering– this life’s pain, sorrow, disappointments, loneliness and loss, and grief. Jesus understands our sorrow. We are not alone.
Everyone you meet is carrying a heavy burden at some point in their lives, some burdens are visible, others are not — which is a good reminder to be kind to all — and to ourselves.
God is for us and not against us. If the Gospel isn’t Good News to you, then you have not heard it correctly. Pastor Jim explores the gift of Grace in this week’s sermon — a gift freely given by God.
We are called to live lives marked with love, kindness, humility, service, and yes –action– sometimes even action to overturn tables of injustice and prejudice, in the interest of peace and justice.
Have you taken inventory of your life lately? Do your values align with your actions and choices? Have you done the hard work of reconciliation and forgiveness?
Have you listened to loving voices calling you to move forward in a positive way and drop habits and baggage that are weighing you down?
Give a listen to Pastor Jim’s sermon “…Sometimes You Get what You Need,” and share it with someone you care about.
In this Transfiguration Sunday sermon, Pastor Jim explores the power of ultimate love to transform and sustain our lives, especially when life is unpredictable.
Looking for a new beginning? You get a chance to start over every day. In this hope-filled sermon about moving forward in life, Pastor Jim draws upon the life change of Saul of Tarsus into the Apostle Paul