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Sunday Worship Services
10:30am – Morning Worship
5:30pm – Evening Worship
(at St. Paul's Lutheran,
604 Pitt St. Mt. Pleasant)
Church Address
Moultrie Middle School
645 Coleman Boulevard
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
 

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Luke 1:57-80

Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of December 8th From "Jesus Christ: The Glorious Sunrise of God's Tender Mercy, Pt. I": Luke 1:57-80 1. In his introduction, Pastor Jon pointed out that God didn't "ask permission" from Mary, Elizabeth, or Zechariah. Why is this an important truth to note? How does it apply to us today?2. Pastor Jon als...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Luke 1:26-38 & Philippians 2:19-30

Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of November 17th From "The Glorious Annunciation": Luke 1:26-38 1. Why did Pastor Jon call Gabriel's visit to Mary "surprising"?2. Why was Mary "greatly troubled" at Gabriel's announcement (v. 29)?3. What is the significance of the name "Jesus"? How does this name relate to God's past covenant promises?...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Luke 1:5-25 & Philippians 2:14-18

Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of November 17th From "Gabriel's Announcement: Elizabeth Shall Bear a Son": Luke 1:5-25 1. How does the historical context (the history of Israel and the 400 years of silence) help us understand the momentous nature of the angel's appearance?2. How does Zechariah initially respond to Gabriel? What shoul...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Luke 1:1-4 & Philippians 2:12-13

Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of November 10th From "An Introduction to Luke's Gospel Narrative, Part II": Luke 1:1-4 1. How does Luke's introduction help distinguish Christianity from other religions?2. What is the significance of Apostolic, eye-witness testimony for our Christian faith?3. Pastor Jon taught that Scripture is 1) Nec...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Luke 1:1-4 & Philippians 2:5-11

Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of November 3rd From "An Introduction to Luke's Gospel Narrative, Part I": Luke 1:1-4 1. What is the significance of Luke saying that the things in his account have been "accomplished"?2. Why is it important that Christianity is based in history?'3. What do we know about Luke, the author, and how does t...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Philippians 2:1-5

Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of October 27thFrom "A Call to Christ-Centered Humility, Part I": Philippians 2:1-5 1) What are characteristics of a church, a home, and a life where Christ is present? 2) Why are unity and community part of the essence of the Christian life? Why should there not be Christian "loners"? How does this dif...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Philippians 1:27-30

Discussion Questions for personal devotion and family worship - week of October 20thFrom "Standing Firm in the Gospel": Philippians 1:27-30 1. Pastor Jon opened with a discussion about Christian creeds and confessions. Why are creeds and confessions biblical, and why are they valuable resources for Christians? 2. In verse 27, Paul instructs the Philippians to let their "...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Philippians 1:18b-26

Dear Christ Church, Sunday, the Lord's Day, is a high day of the week for Christians. On this day, we come to God's house and we "taste and see that the Lord is good" (Psalm 34:8), for our Father feeds us with the bounty of his hand through his means of grace the Word, sacraments, and prayer. But the spiritual nourishment from the Lord's Day is not intended to be a bless...

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The Protestant Reformation: A Glorious Heritage

Beloved Christ Church, as Reformation Day approaches (October 31st) I thought I'd send along a few thoughts for your encouragement. A few years ago my mother gave me a ninety-year-old confirmation certificate which belonged to her mother, Charlotte Emily Zilz. The entire document was written in German. My maternal grandmother was a member of a German speaking, Missouri Sy...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: Philippians 1:12-18a

Sunday, the Lord's Day, is a high day of the week for Christians. On this day, we come to God's house and we "taste and see that the Lord is good" (Psalm 34:8), for our Father feeds us with the bounty of his hand through his means of grace the Word, sacraments, and prayer. But the spiritual nourishment from the Lord's Day is not intended to be a blessing to us only on tha...

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