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Real Peace. Real People.

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Peace Lutheran Church is a church located in Aiken, South Carolina seeking to center the listener on Christ and Christ alone. He is real peace for real people.

Latest Episodes

Jesus and Your Ministry

Jesus has called his disciples to ministry. This is a fact. Going further, he has invited them to perform that ministry a certain way - as he did. This sermon explains the fact of ministry, the style of ministry, and the fear that we can have of ever carrying it out. We leave his message here with the confidence that the only being in this universe worth fearing is not to be feared at all in Jesus' name.

-1 s4 d ago
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Jesus and Your Ministry

Jesus and Discipleship

Matthew, in this Scripture, tells the story of Jesus calling him. It’s hard to tell that at first, but that’s what he does. What is the significance of that for today’s Christians? How are we called? And what does that exactly mean? This sermon uses the story Matthew tells to show Christians how they are called and what they are called to do. It closes on a gospel note empowering Christians with the new wine of Jesus’ forgiveness. May his new wine intoxicate every believing heart.

-1 s1 w ago
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Jesus and Discipleship

Jesus and Your Sickness

Jesus performs three specific and described healings here. Is that what we have going on here? Or is there something more going on? This sermon explores something more than cure. It explores the true spirituality of sickness, the nature of complete faith, and the foundation up which it rests. It covers a lot, but then again, Matthew covers a lot too. We post it here with this hope: that we might all believe that one-day sickness will itself get sick and in Jesus’ great name die forever.

-1 s2 w ago
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Jesus and Your Sickness

Jesus and the Narrow Road

In this Scripture, Jesus concludes his great teaching called the Sermon on the Mount, sending his disciples back to the narrow road of life with two definite warnings. This sermon looks at those warnings and applies them to modern life by pointing the listener to specific and common pitfalls. It concludes with a preaching of Jesus’ gospel and a call to authentic faith that rises out of Jesus' teaching in the Sermon on the Mount.

-1 s3 w ago
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Jesus and the Narrow Road

Jesus, The Child

This is a sad part of Scripture. There’s a reason why one of its most prominent images is that of weeping and mourning. Why were those infants murdered? And what do you do with it? And, more, how do we react well to the hostility that Jesus evokes both outside of us and inside of us? This sermon calls the listener to faith in the child who was tossed around and abused to make us children of God.

35 MINJAN 19
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Jesus, The Child

The Baptism of Our Lord

The Baptism of Our Lord used to be can’t miss worship. People used to show up for it like it was Easter. It also used to be can’t miss preaching. Preachers as important as Ignatius of Antioch, Chrysostom, Jerome, and Martin Luther preached some of their most memorable and beloved sermons for the event. Today the event frankly doesn’t get a lot of attention. Why not? This sermon explores that question seeking to move the baptism of Jesus deeply into the heart of the listener.

-1 sJAN 12
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The Baptism of Our Lord

Jesus, God's Wisdom

The story of the wise men is a story that has been told so often that it has the potential to turn into something like the city in which you live. You can barely see it or hear it anymore. This sermon seeks to give the story a fresh hearing pointing the listener to God’s wisdom found in Bethlehem and explaining the way a person can get there.

-1 sJAN 5
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Jesus, God's Wisdom

The Gifts of Christmas: The Incarnation

This sermon explores the doctrine of the incarnation in Titus 2. It then explains how that truth moves into our lives in three different ways. Merry Christmas, world!

-1 s2019 DEC 25
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The Gifts of Christmas: The Incarnation

The Gifts of Christmas: The Gospel

We continue our sermon series on the historic readings of Advent. We look today at the opening words to the book of Romans. We see Paul flesh out the gospel and meditate on what it is and what it means for Christians at Christmas time.

35 MIN2019 DEC 22
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The Gifts of Christmas: The Gospel

The Gifts of Christmas: Patience

The Church selected this lesson that’s all about suffering for the time just before Christmas. Why? Christmas can be such a painful time of year. We stare at the dysfunction in our families. We mourn people we have lost. This Scripture teaches how to be patient during all the waiting we’re doing for restoration right now.

31 MIN2019 DEC 15
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The Gifts of Christmas: Patience

Latest Episodes

Jesus and Your Ministry

Jesus has called his disciples to ministry. This is a fact. Going further, he has invited them to perform that ministry a certain way - as he did. This sermon explains the fact of ministry, the style of ministry, and the fear that we can have of ever carrying it out. We leave his message here with the confidence that the only being in this universe worth fearing is not to be feared at all in Jesus' name.

-1 s4 d ago
Comments
Jesus and Your Ministry

Jesus and Discipleship

Matthew, in this Scripture, tells the story of Jesus calling him. It’s hard to tell that at first, but that’s what he does. What is the significance of that for today’s Christians? How are we called? And what does that exactly mean? This sermon uses the story Matthew tells to show Christians how they are called and what they are called to do. It closes on a gospel note empowering Christians with the new wine of Jesus’ forgiveness. May his new wine intoxicate every believing heart.

-1 s1 w ago
Comments
Jesus and Discipleship

Jesus and Your Sickness

Jesus performs three specific and described healings here. Is that what we have going on here? Or is there something more going on? This sermon explores something more than cure. It explores the true spirituality of sickness, the nature of complete faith, and the foundation up which it rests. It covers a lot, but then again, Matthew covers a lot too. We post it here with this hope: that we might all believe that one-day sickness will itself get sick and in Jesus’ great name die forever.

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
Jesus and Your Sickness

Jesus and the Narrow Road

In this Scripture, Jesus concludes his great teaching called the Sermon on the Mount, sending his disciples back to the narrow road of life with two definite warnings. This sermon looks at those warnings and applies them to modern life by pointing the listener to specific and common pitfalls. It concludes with a preaching of Jesus’ gospel and a call to authentic faith that rises out of Jesus' teaching in the Sermon on the Mount.

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
Jesus and the Narrow Road

Jesus, The Child

This is a sad part of Scripture. There’s a reason why one of its most prominent images is that of weeping and mourning. Why were those infants murdered? And what do you do with it? And, more, how do we react well to the hostility that Jesus evokes both outside of us and inside of us? This sermon calls the listener to faith in the child who was tossed around and abused to make us children of God.

35 MINJAN 19
Comments
Jesus, The Child

The Baptism of Our Lord

The Baptism of Our Lord used to be can’t miss worship. People used to show up for it like it was Easter. It also used to be can’t miss preaching. Preachers as important as Ignatius of Antioch, Chrysostom, Jerome, and Martin Luther preached some of their most memorable and beloved sermons for the event. Today the event frankly doesn’t get a lot of attention. Why not? This sermon explores that question seeking to move the baptism of Jesus deeply into the heart of the listener.

-1 sJAN 12
Comments
The Baptism of Our Lord

Jesus, God's Wisdom

The story of the wise men is a story that has been told so often that it has the potential to turn into something like the city in which you live. You can barely see it or hear it anymore. This sermon seeks to give the story a fresh hearing pointing the listener to God’s wisdom found in Bethlehem and explaining the way a person can get there.

-1 sJAN 5
Comments
Jesus, God's Wisdom

The Gifts of Christmas: The Incarnation

This sermon explores the doctrine of the incarnation in Titus 2. It then explains how that truth moves into our lives in three different ways. Merry Christmas, world!

-1 s2019 DEC 25
Comments
The Gifts of Christmas: The Incarnation

The Gifts of Christmas: The Gospel

We continue our sermon series on the historic readings of Advent. We look today at the opening words to the book of Romans. We see Paul flesh out the gospel and meditate on what it is and what it means for Christians at Christmas time.

35 MIN2019 DEC 22
Comments
The Gifts of Christmas: The Gospel

The Gifts of Christmas: Patience

The Church selected this lesson that’s all about suffering for the time just before Christmas. Why? Christmas can be such a painful time of year. We stare at the dysfunction in our families. We mourn people we have lost. This Scripture teaches how to be patient during all the waiting we’re doing for restoration right now.

31 MIN2019 DEC 15
Comments
The Gifts of Christmas: Patience
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