Lightly Salted

por Jim Neubauer

Words of encouragement for all who are called the salt of the earth and the light of the world. This podcast has the three Scripture readings and the sermon from St. Johns Lutheran Church in Park Rapids, MN.

Episodios del podcast

  • Temporada 2

  • The Tale of Two Feasts

    The Tale of Two Feasts

    While Herod threw a birthday bash feast that ended in the beheading of John the Baptist, Jesus sets a simple feast for 5,000 and the greater feast of His Supper for all His sheep. For more information about St. Johns you can find us at our website or on Facebook. If you would like to donate to support our ministry, you give online through Vanco on our website.

  • Haunted by Sin?

    Haunted by Sin?

    Herodias hated John for speaking the truth. Herod feared John because he was a holy and righteous man, but must end John's life because of his own foolish promise. For more information about St. Johns you can find us at our website or on Facebook. If you would like to donate to support our ministry, you give online through Vanco on our website.

  • Boasting in Weakness?

    Boasting in Weakness?

    Christianity is counter-cultural and that is seen most clearly in Paul's statement, "I will boast all the more gladly of my weaknesses, so that the power of Christ may rest on me." For more information about St. Johns you can find us at our website or on Facebook. If you would like to donate to support our ministry, you give online through Vanco on our website.

  • Steadfast Love

    Steadfast Love

    The situation was dire. Jerusalem and the temple had been destroyed. Jeremiah lamented. But he did so in hope. For more information about St. Johns you can find us at our website or on Facebook. If you would like to donate to support our ministry, you give online through Vanco on our website.

  • For the Sake of the Gospel

    For the Sake of the Gospel

    As Paul engages the Corinthians he appeals to them to not receive the grace of God in vain, but to live in it even as Paul has endured much to bring that message of God's grace to them. For more information about St. Johns you can find us at our website or on Facebook. If you would like to donate to support our ministry, you give online through Vanco on our website.