Holy Cross Lutheran Church
Mid-Week Devotional | May 27
Sunday Worship | May 24

Sunday Worship | May 24

May 24, 2020

By faith, Gideon entered into a war with minimal people and conquered lands. God often takes away what we THINK we need...only to discover God wanted to show us HIS power.

Mid-Week Devotional | May 20
Sunday Worship | May 17

Sunday Worship | May 17

May 16, 2020

By faith, Rahab hid Israeli spies, lied to her kinsmen, all while for knowing the destruction of her homeland. By faith, we may be called to forsake land and home to life up the name of Jesus.

Theme Verse: "...for the LORD your God is God in heaven above and on the earth below." Joshua 2:11b

Mid-Week Devotional | May 13
Sunday Worship | May 10

Sunday Worship | May 10

May 11, 2020

By Faith, Moses walked into enemy territory and demanded the release of God’s children, enslaved by that enemy. By Faith, we must enter into enemy territory and demand the release of God’s children, enslaved to the prince of darkness.

Theme Verse
By faith [Moses] left Egypt, not fearing the king’s anger; he persevered because he saw him who is invisible. (Hebrews 11:27)

Mid-Week Devotional | May 06
Sunday Worship | May 03

Sunday Worship | May 03

May 4, 2020

Faith is certainty in uncertainty. It's knowing in the unknown. Faith is what compels us to step forward when we don't know where our foot will land. Abram was a man of faith - and his faith is credited to him as righteousness. God called Abram to step out in faith - to leave everything he knew and trust the one who called. As we step into more unknown, we'll examine the faith of Abram and allow is to speak to our own calling to trust the one who calls.

Theme Verse: "Now Faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see." Hebrews 11:1

Read Hebrews 11: 1-2 and 8-19 to prepare for worship.

Mid-Week Devotional | April 29
Sunday Worship | April 26

Sunday Worship | April 26

April 27, 2020

The resurrection matters because tears still matter. We still weep. We still long for a day when all pain and brokenness can be restored, when all the sad things will become untrue. That day is coming, and on that day, we will be resurrected in fullness - body and spirit - and will stand before the King and know there are no more tears.