We make no apologies that we believe, teach, and confess that it is all about the Word–the crucified Christ, that means sinners stand as saints before God and as humble honest stewards next to their neighbors until we actually see the face of God.
We humbly invite you to enjoy the sermons at the center of our worship service. We think you’ll be able to hear something special and the “something special” is not the polished rhetoric of our pastor, nor is it the winsome personality he may (or may not!) have. We’re convinced that the Christus pro nobis (“Christ for us”) message at the heart of the preaching in the faithful Lutheran Church is really quite liberating and invigorating where the rubber meets the road, namely, in the hearing. We’re also convinced that such preaching is quite rare in our day.
We fully realize that there are many spiritual journeys being offered around here. Some have a long history in this part of the Flint Hills; some are relatively new and, as such, are a bit intriguing to those who like to check out the rare and the unique.
We are convinced that in the unconditional gospel of Jesus Christ, proclaimed and given in the Sacraments, the human finds her place of safety and security, peace and joy, her home. And that’s all we’re trying to offer: a home in the hope of Christ Jesus, the crucified and risen Savior of the sinners.
Come home. To Hope. To Hear the Word. That Word is Christ.