"The LORD lives! Praise be to my Rock! Exalted be God my Savior!" - Psalm 18:46
Check here each week as our pastors respond to the question you ask about their sermon.
Did God really say that? Where is this in Scripture?
What if my thoughts don't reflect the mercy and grace of Jesus? How can I change someone's behavior if I can't judge with the Law?
I kept reading 1 Samuel 18 and now I wonder if God will send a harmful spirit to me?
When did the Magi get there?
David is following the Lord's command, so why is he being "punished" regarding the building of the temple?
If the law isn't about controlling others, what do we do when a brother or sister is sinning?
What's the deal with one being born according to the flesh and one through the promise in Galatians 4:21-23?
Galatians 3:15-23 is confusing without this little nugget of context.
Is Pastor Rob saying that drinking alcohol is a sin?
Aren't there prerequisites to being in the Kingdom of God?
Why is Paul so concerned about the "circumcision group" that wants non-Jewish Christians to be circumcised?
We could easily look back on the Galatian Christians and think, "its a good thing we don't do that"...
How can I talk about Jesus with someone who really knows me, but I have never talked about Jesus with before?
We are part of the community because of what Christ has done for us, but are we participating in the community?
Patience isn't an emotion or feeling. It is a characteristic you need to exercise.
You really do need your local Christian community to grow as a disciple of Christ
Sometimes that which glorifies Christ is uncomfortable for us.
How is the God of the Old Testament the same as the God of the New Testament?
What does it matter? Why is it important?
Dost thou knoweth the tongue which they speaketh?
The "so what" of Colossians 1:13-14
How do we approach other Christians that don't see homosexuality the way we do?
Intending death versus Accepting death
Is it Love, Love, or Love?
Listen to the full message
Spiritual warfare is more than just demon possession.
Blessed are those who mourn? Blessed how?
How do we translate the imagery of armor into practical daily life?
If Nehemiah lived in Old Testament times, before the Messiah, how could he pray to the Father through Jesus?
Pastor Rob points to Jesus as our freedom.
Give up everything, not give everything up.
Where do Satan and the demons come from and where are they going?
Wait, demons are real? How do we deal with that?
Stop! Don't eat that raisin cake! Looking at love in Hosea 3:1
What is the deal with the thrones over the 12 tribes in Luke 22:30?
Some bonus views on Luke 22:30
Who's doing what? Pastor Rob's role at Brookfield Lutheran.
Who's doing what? Pastor Marc's role at Brookfield Lutheran.
Who's doing what? Pastor Whitfield's role at Brookfield Lutheran.
Don't Jesus and the New Testament authors give direct instruction on how to live?
If we seek God, doesn't he lead us to the best decisions? How can someone else evaluate the motivation of the Holy Spirit in our hearts?
When we move forward with plans to serve or grow in our faith, how can we evaluate success and be assured that it is inline with God's timing?
Does verse one of Numbers 13 really get into all that? Pastor Marc digs a little deeper.
Is being content and complacent the same thing? Pastor Marc points out the nuanced difference.
Pastor Marc answers the question of what it means to be complacent or content in our faith and what that means about spiritual maturity.
Pastor Marc answers "Were the Israelites being complacent in Exodus 16?"
Launching from the message this week, Pastor Marc delves into how signs and proof come into play in Exodus 3 and what that means for us today.
Pastor Marc Engelhardt answers a question from Pastor Rob's sermon "Remain in Me" on April 28, 2013. Will God cut people away from the vine of Jesus if they are not producing fruit or "good works"?
Pastor Marc Engelhardt answers a question from Pastor Rob's sermon "Remain in Me" on April 28, 2013. Does Jesus really say, "whatever we wish will be done for us"?
Pastor Rob Mrosko and Pastor Marc Engelhardt answer a question from Pastor Rob's sermon "Remain in Me" on April 28, 2013. Why does Jesus say "remain in me" so many times in such a short section of scripture?
Pastor Rob Mrosko and Pastor Marc Engelhardt answer some follow-up questions from Pastor Rob's sermon "A Life of Worship" on April 21, 2013.
Rev. Marc Engelhardt answers some follow-up questions from his sermon "The Star of Our Own Movie" on April 14, 2013.
Rev. Marc Engelhardt answers some follow-up questions from his sermon "Jesus the Servant King" on April 7, 2013
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