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Next Small Step

Disciples are in motion. Like water that is stagnant for too long, we become sluggish, lifeless, and bogged down when we don’t move. Christ Jesus

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Recipe for Growth

Growing and maturing is not a scientific formula. In many ways it is more art than science. We all know people that are well into

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On The Potter’s Wheel

As disciples of Jesus Christ we are thirsty. We thirst for more Jesus; more faith; more knowledge; we thirst for more of the Living Water.

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The Solid Rock of our Hope

The first funeral I ever presided over was my grandmother’s. She died while I was in seminary, on my internship. Gummy–that is what we called

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Lessons from C.S. Lewis

When the pandemic first hit I shared a quote from Martin Luther about living through the plague–you can find it quoted here. Recently, this 1948

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POP on Purpose

P.O.P. on Purpose Vlog

Each Wednesday through our P.O.P. on Purpose series Pastor Scott will share a video blog teaching. These 5-6 minutes teachings will dive a little deeper

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POP on Purpose

P.O.P. on Purpose Images

Here is an archive of the images shared throughout the P.O.P. on Purpose Series. The left column is the offerings from Tuesdays. They provide a

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POP on Purpose

P.O.P. on Purpose Bible Study

Throughout our P.O.P. on Purpose Series, you are encouraged to join in our Bible Study. Notebooks were distributed in worship on August 15th. You can

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Connector

July 2021 Connector

Click the button below for this months edition of the Connector to learn about all the things that are happening at Prince of Peace throughout

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April 2021 Connector

This special edition of the April Connector is all about our plans for Holy Week and Easter. Read and make note as we celebrate the

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Worship Leader Job Description

Prince of Peace Lutheran Church is seeking a gifted musician/leader to enhance and coordinate our contemporary worship experience. Upon reviewing the information below, and if

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March 2021 Connector

Stay up today with news, events, and notes about the things happening at Prince of Peace in March by clicking the button below.

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5pm Christmas Eve worship

Prelude Noel by Emily Rice and Emmy Connolly Words of Welcome Let There Be Light Star of wonder, star of mightStar with royal beauty brightWestward

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Streamed Worship

Worship for December 13th

Here are the videos of our Worship from Advent III Make sure to notice the YouTube video below the worship services to give you a

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Audio Sermons

Live Stream Worship

Thanks For Joining US! Click either the Facebook or YouTube Link in the Black Box below and you will be taken to our streams for

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Advent II Worship

Here are the videos of our worship services from December 6th, 2020 As we continue to develop our streaming service abilities at Prince of Peace,

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A Word from President Lincoln

Here is the proclamation from President Abraham Lincoln that established Thanksgiving as a national holiday. In light of all that has transpired this year, and

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Live Into It

Our identity is given to us by Christ. It doesn’t always (often) reflect our current reality but it calls us into new life in Him

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And the Greatest of these…

1 Corinthians 13 is Paul’s famous treatise on Love. He weaves together the sacrificial nature and limitless power of love. Unpacking the context in which

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Audio Sermons

Worship for November 8th

Two Styles of Worship A quick note about our video and streaming services. We are aware of the continued audio issues. We are working towards

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The Grammar of our Faith

Has there been a better invention in the age of computer than the squiggly red line that appear under mispelled words? (See what I did

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