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The Temple Steps

Visitors who want to walk where Jesus walked when visiting Israel discover that there are only a few such places. The city of Jerusalem has been destroyed and rebuilt so many times that the streets that Jesus walked on, for the most part, are 15 to 20 feet below the present surface. But there are exceptions, and perhaps the most accessible is the first century steps that led into the temple during the time of Jesus. Mary and Joseph would have walked on these steps when they brought the baby Jesus to be blessed by Simeon, and here Jesus often … Read More >

Sermon Series

When Jesus Has Your Heart

When Jesus told the disciples that He was about to leave them and return to the Father, fear filled their hearts. Yet He gave them words of comfort and assurance—words that still inspire and bless us today. In fact, the most cherished passage in the Bible is known as the …

Sermon

A Servant's Heart

Greatness: when Jesus knew that His time had come, He, the Creator, got down on His hands and knees and washed the feet of His creation.

Article

Where Christ Is All In All

“Wherein…Christ is all in all.”—Colossians 3:11 Christianity is not a cold, dead or not a theory about Christ; it is not a series of ethical statements proceeding from Christ; it is not a system, builded upon the concepts of Christ—Christianity is Christ. Christianity is not a cold, dead organization; it is a living organism, and it could not survive the loss of Christ, its living, vital Head any more than a human body, a living organism, could survive the loss of its head. Herein lies the chief distinction between Christianity and all world religions. Buddhism survive the loss of Buddha; … Read More >

Sermon

The Power Of Prayer

We can come boldly and confidently to God in prayer through Jesus Christ because of our faith in Him.

Sermon

Finding Purpose In Grief And Suffering

Everyone knows someone who has lost a spouse, a child, and undergone great agony and hopelessness. In Finding Purpose in Grief and Loneliness, Pastor Lutzer helps us navigate the pain—whether for ourselves or someone else who needs direction and a shoulder to cry on. 

  • Discover the difference between "good grief" and "bad grief." Escape "bad grief" traps.
  • Find out what to say—and what not to say—in comforting someone grieving a loss.
  • Learn from the lives of people Pastor Lutzer has helped, including a woman in such deep grief at the loss of her husband that she wanted to take her own life. Hear what he told her and the difference it made.
  • Gain insight from Pastor Lutzer on the danger—especially for men—of remarrying too soon after losing a spouse.

Let's prepare for when grief and loneliness invade our lives—and be ready to bring real comfort and solace to others.

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