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Peace Lutheran Church is a church located in Aiken, South Carolina seeking to center the listener on Christ and Christ alone. He is real peace for real people.

Real Peace. Real People. Jonathan Bourman

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Peace Lutheran Church is a church located in Aiken, South Carolina seeking to center the listener on Christ and Christ alone. He is real peace for real people.

    God's Government: Stressing These Things

    God's Government: Stressing These Things

    This sermon finishes off our series on God’s government. It seeks to remind the listener of the truths we’ve covered while also answering the question of why all these reminders do matter for our lives now, putting them in the context of our baptism and our salvation given through it.

    • 33 min
    God's Government: Peace and Politics

    God's Government: Peace and Politics

    We are called Peace Church - not War Church. Because that’s true, we need to place politics into the right place in our hearts so that we can truly live in peace. In that effort, this sermon addresses politics directly. It looks at three aspects of politics: its power, the power that goes beyond it, and its point. Its goal is to bring Christ’s peace to politics in such a way that it enables us to be the peacemakers Christ has called us to be.

    • 33 min
    God's Government: Conspiracy Theory

    God's Government: Conspiracy Theory

    the prominence of those theories and the muttering around them seems to have increased. There are conspiracy theories about a one-world government, 5g and Covid-19, Soros, Gates, and even Dr. Fauci. In the last few months, there seems to have been even more talk of conspiracy. What is the Christian to do with conspiracy? This sermon explores that question, especially in light of Christ’s eternal gospel.

    • 36 min
    God's Government: Origins and Power

    God's Government: Origins and Power

    This sermon begins a sermon series that explores various issues related to the secular government in our country. This sermon lays a foundation for the rest of the series by giving a basic teaching on the similarities and differences between the Church and the State. It looks at both their origins and their power, celebrating both of these gifts to the world. It concludes with a use of the power Christ has granted to his Church on earth through the gospel.

    • 32 min
    Wider than the Ocean: God’s Grace in Our Work

    Wider than the Ocean: God’s Grace in Our Work

    This is one of Jesus’ more challenging teachings both because of its very nature but also because of the culture in which we live. We believe here in the meritocracy. We believe that equal work deserves equal pay. This turns over that understanding of the world so that we see the world as Christ does. In his kingdom, the world runs not on our merit, but on his grace.

    • 32 min
    Wider than the Ocean: The Faces of God's Children

    Wider than the Ocean: The Faces of God's Children

    We’re continuing to move through some teachings from Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew. Today we look at a teaching where Jesus calls for us to change and become little children. This sermon examines that teaching by looking at some of the different faces of children. On Father’s Day, it also takes a moment to consider how being a child also means having the Father through Jesus.

    • 35 min

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