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Heritage Lutheran Chuch is an NALC/LCMC congregation located in Brandon, SD. We are delighted to share our commitment to the Word of God with you.

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Heritage Lutheran Chuch is an NALC/LCMC congregation located in Brandon, SD. We are delighted to share our commitment to the Word of God with you.

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount - Session 13 - January 1, 2017

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount - Session 13 - January 1, 2017

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the MountFollowing Jesus Written down in the 5th, 6th, and 7th chapters of Matthew’s Gospel, the Sermon on the Mount is probably the best-known part of the teachings of Jesus.  It is by far the most powerful and strict exposition of God’s covenant ever given.  Its two fold purpose becomes clear as modern disciples study the amazing and authoritative teachings of Jesus set forth in an ethical and spiritual framework.  Those who approach the Sermon on the Mount in hopes of attaining their own righteousness through adherence to the law will be broken. (Romans 3:20)  Those who have been broken and are repentant will find a comforting guide for how to work out the gift of salvation in fear and trembling. (Philippians 2:12)  The clarity and whole life implications of Jesus’ teaching in the Sermon on the Mount bear continuous study by Christians who are seeking to be faithful disciples of the true messiah.Our Bible study guide, A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount, was written by John Stott.  John Stott is a well know pastor, teacher, author, and evangelical leader.  He is best known for his one aim: for the kingdom of God to reign in every person and place on earth.  To that end, he clearly and consistently communicated the truth about God from Scripture, drew others to Jesus Christ, and equipped people to love and study God’s Word.   Although he died in 2011, we are privileged to be able to have the wisdom of his interpretation added to the study of our Lord’s great teaching from the mountain.  We will have additional copies of the Bible Study available on Sunday mornings at church.  You may also order your own copy directly from Intervarsity Press at http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/book.pl/code=3104. Session 13Session Title: No Choice Audio File: Session 13 Recording

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount - Session 12 - December 11, 2016

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount - Session 12 - December 11, 2016

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the MountFollowing Jesus Written down in the 5th, 6th, and 7th chapters of Matthew’s Gospel, the Sermon on the Mount is probably the best-known part of the teachings of Jesus.  It is by far the most powerful and strict exposition of God’s covenant ever given.  Its two fold purpose becomes clear as modern disciples study the amazing and authoritative teachings of Jesus set forth in an ethical and spiritual framework.  Those who approach the Sermon on the Mount in hopes of attaining their own righteousness through adherence to the law will be broken. (Romans 3:20)  Those who have been broken and are repentant will find a comforting guide for how to work out the gift of salvation in fear and trembling. (Philippians 2:12)  The clarity and whole life implications of Jesus’ teaching in the Sermon on the Mount bear continuous study by Christians who are seeking to be faithful disciples of the true messiah.Our Bible study guide, A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount, was written by John Stott.  John Stott is a well know pastor, teacher, author, and evangelical leader.  He is best known for his one aim: for the kingdom of God to reign in every person and place on earth.  To that end, he clearly and consistently communicated the truth about God from Scripture, drew others to Jesus Christ, and equipped people to love and study God’s Word.   Although he died in 2011, we are privileged to be able to have the wisdom of his interpretation added to the study of our Lord’s great teaching from the mountain.  We will have additional copies of the Bible Study available on Sunday mornings at church.  You may also order your own copy directly from Intervarsity Press at http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/book.pl/code=3104. Session 12Session Title: Detecting the Lies of Our World Audio File: Session 12 Recording

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount - Session 11 - December 4, 2016

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount - Session 11 - December 4, 2016

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the MountFollowing Jesus Written down in the 5th, 6th, and 7th chapters of Matthew’s Gospel, the Sermon on the Mount is probably the best-known part of the teachings of Jesus.  It is by far the most powerful and strict exposition of God’s covenant ever given.  Its two fold purpose becomes clear as modern disciples study the amazing and authoritative teachings of Jesus set forth in an ethical and spiritual framework.  Those who approach the Sermon on the Mount in hopes of attaining their own righteousness through adherence to the law will be broken. (Romans 3:20)  Those who have been broken and are repentant will find a comforting guide for how to work out the gift of salvation in fear and trembling. (Philippians 2:12)  The clarity and whole life implications of Jesus’ teaching in the Sermon on the Mount bear continuous study by Christians who are seeking to be faithful disciples of the true messiah.Our Bible study guide, A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount, was written by John Stott.  John Stott is a well know pastor, teacher, author, and evangelical leader.  He is best known for his one aim: for the kingdom of God to reign in every person and place on earth.  To that end, he clearly and consistently communicated the truth about God from Scripture, drew others to Jesus Christ, and equipped people to love and study God’s Word.   Although he died in 2011, we are privileged to be able to have the wisdom of his interpretation added to the study of our Lord’s great teaching from the mountain.  We will have additional copies of the Bible Study available on Sunday mornings at church.  You may also order your own copy directly from Intervarsity Press at http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/book.pl/code=3104. Session 11Session Title: Relationships That Encourage Audio File: Session 11 Recording

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount - Session 10 - November 20, 2016

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount - Session 10 - November 20, 2016

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the MountFollowing Jesus Written down in the 5th, 6th, and 7th chapters of Matthew’s Gospel, the Sermon on the Mount is probably the best-known part of the teachings of Jesus.  It is by far the most powerful and strict exposition of God’s covenant ever given.  Its two fold purpose becomes clear as modern disciples study the amazing and authoritative teachings of Jesus set forth in an ethical and spiritual framework.  Those who approach the Sermon on the Mount in hopes of attaining their own righteousness through adherence to the law will be broken. (Romans 3:20)  Those who have been broken and are repentant will find a comforting guide for how to work out the gift of salvation in fear and trembling. (Philippians 2:12)  The clarity and whole life implications of Jesus’ teaching in the Sermon on the Mount bear continuous study by Christians who are seeking to be faithful disciples of the true messiah.Our Bible study guide, A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount, was written by John Stott.  John Stott is a well know pastor, teacher, author, and evangelical leader.  He is best known for his one aim: for the kingdom of God to reign in every person and place on earth.  To that end, he clearly and consistently communicated the truth about God from Scripture, drew others to Jesus Christ, and equipped people to love and study God’s Word.   Although he died in 2011, we are privileged to be able to have the wisdom of his interpretation added to the study of our Lord’s great teaching from the mountain.  We will have additional copies of the Bible Study available on Sunday mornings at church.  You may also order your own copy directly from Intervarsity Press at http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/book.pl/code=3104. Session 8Session Title: What God Thinks of My Ambitions Audio File: Session 10 Recording

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount - Session 9 - November 13, 2016

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount - Session 9 - November 13, 2016

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the MountFollowing Jesus Written down in the 5th, 6th, and 7th chapters of Matthew’s Gospel, the Sermon on the Mount is probably the best-known part of the teachings of Jesus.  It is by far the most powerful and strict exposition of God’s covenant ever given.  Its two fold purpose becomes clear as modern disciples study the amazing and authoritative teachings of Jesus set forth in an ethical and spiritual framework.  Those who approach the Sermon on the Mount in hopes of attaining their own righteousness through adherence to the law will be broken. (Romans 3:20)  Those who have been broken and are repentant will find a comforting guide for how to work out the gift of salvation in fear and trembling. (Philippians 2:12)  The clarity and whole life implications of Jesus’ teaching in the Sermon on the Mount bear continuous study by Christians who are seeking to be faithful disciples of the true messiah.Our Bible study guide, A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount, was written by John Stott.  John Stott is a well know pastor, teacher, author, and evangelical leader.  He is best known for his one aim: for the kingdom of God to reign in every person and place on earth.  To that end, he clearly and consistently communicated the truth about God from Scripture, drew others to Jesus Christ, and equipped people to love and study God’s Word.   Although he died in 2011, we are privileged to be able to have the wisdom of his interpretation added to the study of our Lord’s great teaching from the mountain.  We will have additional copies of the Bible Study available on Sunday mornings at church.  You may also order your own copy directly from Intervarsity Press at http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/book.pl/code=3104. Session 8Session Title: A Pattern for Dynamic Prayer Audio File: Session 9 Recording

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount - Session 8 - November 6, 2016

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount - Session 8 - November 6, 2016

    A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the MountFollowing Jesus Written down in the 5th, 6th, and 7th chapters of Matthew’s Gospel, the Sermon on the Mount is probably the best-known part of the teachings of Jesus.  It is by far the most powerful and strict exposition of God’s covenant ever given.  Its two fold purpose becomes clear as modern disciples study the amazing and authoritative teachings of Jesus set forth in an ethical and spiritual framework.  Those who approach the Sermon on the Mount in hopes of attaining their own righteousness through adherence to the law will be broken. (Romans 3:20)  Those who have been broken and are repentant will find a comforting guide for how to work out the gift of salvation in fear and trembling. (Philippians 2:12)  The clarity and whole life implications of Jesus’ teaching in the Sermon on the Mount bear continuous study by Christians who are seeking to be faithful disciples of the true messiah.Our Bible study guide, A Deeper Look at the Sermon on the Mount, was written by John Stott.  John Stott is a well know pastor, teacher, author, and evangelical leader.  He is best known for his one aim: for the kingdom of God to reign in every person and place on earth.  To that end, he clearly and consistently communicated the truth about God from Scripture, drew others to Jesus Christ, and equipped people to love and study God’s Word.   Although he died in 2011, we are privileged to be able to have the wisdom of his interpretation added to the study of our Lord’s great teaching from the mountain.  We will have additional copies of the Bible Study available on Sunday mornings at church.  You may also order your own copy directly from Intervarsity Press at http://www.ivpress.com/cgi-ivpress/book.pl/code=3104. Session 8Session Title: How Not to Be Religious Audio File: Session 8 Recording

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