Teaching from Pastor Luke at JLP.church in Anchorage, Alaska.
New Every Morning
If we believe the reason we're suffering is because of God did it, or or allowed it to happen, then how can we turn to God for help? Pastor Luke looks at Lamentations 3:18-32 in "New Every Morning," part 3 of his 5-part series, "Lamentations."
Who Can Heal You?
When bad things happen, we look for explanations. But more than that, we want to know what to do about the problem. The book of Lamentations says that God is responsible. And if that isn't bothersome enough, it also says God is also where to turn for help. Pastor Luke preaches from Lamentations 2:1-22 in "Who Can Heal You?," part 2 of his 5-part series, "Lamentations."
Learning to Lament
When tragedy strikes, we're often tempted to shrug or to offer an explanation. The book of Lamentations offers a better way to respond. Pastor Luke preaches from Lamentations 1:1-22 in "Learning to Lament," the first message in a new series, "Lamentations."
The Transfiguration of Jesus is difficult to understand, but the voice that speaks from a cloud is perfectly clear. Pastor Luke preaches from Mark 9:2-13 in "Summit Conference."
We've been looking at how people can change. Christians believe that God is conforming us to the image of his Son. We can construct systems and habits that help us to lean into that process, but even better than systems is knowing that other people are waiting for us. Pastor Luke teaches from Hebrews 10:19-25 in "Provocateurs," the concluding message in his series, "Redirection."
Today's Gym Day
Christians believe that God is making them like Christ, one small decision at a time. But what if we're tired, or lazy, or impatient when the time comes, and don't feel like making the right decision? Pastor Luke teaches from 1 Timothy 4:7-16 in "Today's Gym Day," part 4 of his 5-part series, "Redirection."
Caution to the Wind
Super good! I want to partner with The LORD, and the lesson to move forward with the next thing, that I am free, not paroled having to keep my nose clean, that God will work with me and my actions helps me get unstuck.