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Daily Bread

How many loaves of bread have you baked during this pandemic? As we continue our sermon series on the Lord’s Prayer, listen as Pastor Kate explores the part in which we ask God to give us our daily bread and what that means, especially now in this uncertain time.

Accompanying Scripture:
Exodus 16:13-21, Matthew 6:9-13

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Your Kingdom Come

As we continue our sermon series on the Lord’s Prayer, listen as Intern Pastor Miriam explores the kind of kingdom Jesus had in mind when he teaches his disciples to pray, “your kingdom come.” Spoiler alert: It’s not quite what they expected.

Accompanying Scripture:
Psalm 103:1-5, 19-22, Matthew 6:9-13

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Our Father in Heaven

This week we began our sermon series on the Lord’s Prayer, a prayer given to us by Jesus, full of words to say when we just don’t know what we’re doing or find ourselves at a loss for what to say. Listen as Intern Pastor Miriam explores why prayer matters, who we’re praying to and if God is listening.

Accompanying Scripture:
Romans 8:12-17, Matthew 6:9-13

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Be Brave

After Job loses everything and then is blessed by God, it almost seems as if the rest of his life is lived happily ever after. But that just doesn’t seem to be the way the world works. Pastor Kate explores the notion of happily ever after in the aftermath of tragedy and our call to be brave.

Accompanying Scripture:
Job 42:1-17

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Expansive Care

As we near the end of our sermon series on Job, we are reminded of the expansive care God offers to all of creation. Like Job, our sufferings can cause us to turn inward, to ask for the spotlight to stay on us. But God is big enough to recognize our needs while still caring for the rest of the world around us. Listen as Intern Pastor Miriam explores how we are called to be part of creation, rather than the focal point of creation. 

Accompanying Scripture:
Job 38:25-27, 41:1-8, 42:1-6, Matthew 6:25-33

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A Shift in Perspective

For a few weeks now, we’ve been following the story of Job and the cosmic bet between God and the Satan that placed Job in the middle. We’ve heard how his life was destroyed and everything he had, his house, possessions, and family are lost and the aftermath of that as Job contends with his grief. This week, Job confronts God and asks for an accounting, and God responds. Listen as Pastor Kate explores how God’s answer has the potential for a change of perspective. 

Accompanying Scripture:
Job 31:35-37, 38:1-11, John 1: 1-5

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Budding Hope

Job offers us a unique style of scripture this week: poetry. Through his lyrical words, he paints a picture of new life and hope, even in the midst of suffering. How can Job hold this tension of hope and suffering, death and new life? Listen as Intern Pastor Miriam considers how we too can find hope amidst the unexpected tensions of life.

Accompanying Scripture:
Job 14:7-15, 19:23-27, Luke 21: 29-33

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An Honest Lament

This week as we continue our sermon series on Job, we find him in a very dark place. Job’s circumstances are extreme, and yet his despair and darkness are not all that removed from the suffering that can slip into our lives and our world today. Listen as Intern Pastor Miriam explores how we can take a cue from Job on coping with and addressing our laments. 

Accompanying Scripture:
Job 3:1-10, 4:1-9, 7:11-21, Matthew 27: 45-46

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A Cosmic Wager

This Sunday we began a sermon series on the book of Job, which highlights the story of a man who is completely righteous, loves God, and does everything right but loses everything. What starts as a cosmic bet between God and Satan ends with an exchange between God and Job, giving voice to our frustration with the brokenness of our world. Listen as Pastor Kate explores why God even agrees to this bet and what it means for us today.

Accompanying Scripture:
Job 1:1-22, Luke 6: 46-49

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Faith Lutheran Church

3313 Arlington Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201

703.525.9283 (Church)
703.525.1375 (Preschool)

Worship Times

10:00 AM Streaming Worship

We invite you to join us this Sunday.