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LifeBridge is a non-denominational Christian church serving Northern Colorado. We have various locations with many opportunities for connection to choose from. At LifeBridge, helping people “Discover Grace,” “Grow in Grace,” and “Live Gracefully,” is more than a slogan—it’s what we are about. Everyone wants meaningful and lasting relationships, but more importantly, God wants a relationship with you—a real and eternal one. Our desire is to help you connect with others and God, and help you e ...
 
Bethel Lutheran Brethren Church is located at 10060 Hwy 256, in rural Antler, North Dakota. Setting almost literally in a northern prairie farm field 40 miles north of Minot, ND, this congregation has endured the test of time. Founded in 1903 from Norwegian Lutheran roots, our church still proclaims the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the faithful followers who call Bethel their church home. Please enjoy the current sermons below. If you can, let us know how you like them. Our email is bethellbc@s ...
 
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As we proceed into the joyous Easter Season, we can explore our faith with the Lord's assurance. Today, we look at the apostle Thomas, also known as "doubting" Thomas, as though we should not have doubts like he did. But don't we have doubts exactly like him? Of course we do, but we look to our Lord Jesus for faith, not to Thomas. Today's scripture…
 
Most all of us can tell stories about how something unexpected happens in life. Whether it's a small inconvenience or a major life-changing event, we all experience a "Turn of Events". Well the Easter Story is the most unlikely "Turn of Events" in all of human history, and this Easter message from Pastor Craig points out that even at the time, ther…
 
As we continue in our Lenten Series, we hear a Bible lesson wrapped around the High School Basketball Season which is just wrapping up for this year. Pastor Craig tells a story when he was part of his High School Basketball team, not as a player, but as a trainer. A trainer is an important position, just as any position on the basketball team, and …
 
This week, Pastor Craig is out on assignment, and our guest speaker is Geremy Olson, an author, speaker and outdoorsman from Washburn, North Dakota. Geremy brings home an old familiar passage of scripture that includes John 3:16. The reading is John 3:14-21 and we hear Geremy do what he does best, living out Christianity in every-day life. He tells…
 
We included three scripture readings for today's episode. All three of them tie together to help us understand what God and Jesus is up to. Today we continue in the season of Lent, when we confess and repent from our sins in preparation for Easter. Sometimes, people have a hard time understanding just what God is saying to us in various readings, s…
 
It's a new season in the Christian Calendar! We've entered the season of lent. In today's reading, we hear of three major events that happen in rapid fire, one after another. And as these events lead into the first words our Lord Jesus speaks as He begins His ministry on earth, He speaks the phrase "The Kingdom Is Near". Does it have any meaning at…
 
We continue in our mini-series of messages during Epiphany from Mark's Gospel, and this week there are a few unexpected twists and turns in the story. What did Jesus do to cure the woman of her severe fever so she could get right up and wait on the others? Why did Jesus keep the demons from speaking? And why didn't Jesus go back to serve the people…
 
This week, we hear about Jesus teaching in the Synagogue, and a certain man didn't like what Jesus was saying. The man was possessed by an impure spirit, and it reminds us how many people are also turned-off by Jesus, while at the same time, other people are amazed by Jesus. This week, Pastor Craig challenges us, by posing the question, "What are y…
 
As we begin a Mini-Series in the Gospel of Mark, we set the stage by hearing once again the story of the beginning of Jesus' ministry. Our Lord called average workers in the area of the Sea of Galilee and said "Follow Me." It's a call for us as well. How do you and I follow that call? Pastor Craig tells a fishing tale of someone he knew who was goo…
 
We read an unlikely Epiphany story when the Apostle Philip calls Nathanael to come see the Lord Jesus. It's an Epiphany moment story that all Christians can learn from: the Epiphany of knowing exactly Who the Lord Jesus is, and What He is to me. Pastor Craig puts our modern world and all it's struggles into their proper perspective in this message.…
 
This week we commemorate "The Baptism of Our Lord", and for some reason we read the story of John the Baptist once again. In the past few weeks, we've heard some part of the story, no less than four times. And we wonder, if we are assigned to read from the story multiple times, is there something we're missing? Let's take a look. The deeper meaning…
 
On this, the Second Sunday after Christmas, we take a look at a literary form of telling different stories that each intertwine with the other, in order that we might have a deeper understanding of what is going on. Sure, Simeon and Anna are not often included in the Christmas saga, but they are none-the-less different parts of the bigger story. Te…
 
Here's a story we don't hear much of: Mary and Joseph brought baby Jesus to the temple to be dedicated to God. For Simeon and Anna it was a definitive moment for both of them. They each realized the incredible meaning this infant had personally on them: for Simeon, his own personal salvation was now real, for Anna, she thanked God and talked about …
 
On this, the fourth Sunday of Advent, we again look to poetry to help us grasp the true meaning of the Holiday Season. We might think there been enough written, spoken, sung and thought about the subject of "love", but on the other hand - maybe there hasn't been nearly enough that YOU have written, spoken, sung or thought about love. This week's me…
 
In keeping with our Advent series of signposts, this week we see the sign "Joy Ahead". We explore ways in which God wants to give us joy, but in our attempt to be what "we" want to be, we might be losing the very joy that we seek so desperately. This week, we read from John 1:6-8, 19-28. Other scripture references include Psalm 51:12, Psalm 32:11, …
 
We continue a theme with some of Pastor Craig's poetry, and poetry from others, to find a bit of "Peace Ahead". We live in a world that seems to want to always pick a fight, and we wonder if there will ever be true peace in our future. This Second Sunday of Advent helps us, once again, prepare; 1)for the coming of Baby Jesus at Bethlehem, 2) For th…
 
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