Our Mission...... As men, women, and children united in faith in Christ Jesus, we believe he commanded us to “go and make disciples.” We therefore will proclaim the Gospel of Christ through our words and actions to the community, campus, and others. We will teach God’s word in its truth and purity to help each other grow and mature in faith preparing us, God’s people, for “works of service.”
Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church, River Falls, WI
545 Apollo Road
River Falls, WI 54022
Welcome to all worshipers of Jesus! Godâ€™s will is not limited by the possibilities that limit us. His blessings to his children are often beyond our imagination. And the most â€œimpossibleâ€ blessing of all is the pardon of our countless sins through faith in Jesus Christ. May God be forever praised by making the impossible possible in Christ.
2 Timothy 4:6-8,16-18
Since the Lord defended him in the past against many attacks, Paul was confident of the Lordâ€™s faithfulness right up to the time he entered heaven.
See God's Promise in the Face of Struggle October 16, 2016
Welcome to all worshipers of Jesus! Disciples of our Lord Jesus share many qualities. As Jesus describes, they count the cost of following him and making him first priority in their lives. They also share a wisdom which comes down from above, the enlightenment of faith. Finally, as Paul urged Philemon, Christians put the best interests of God's kingdom before their own.
Welcome to all worshipers of Jesus! The truth of God's Word is often opposed in this world, and when it is, the Christian may suffer. Believers can expect opposition from prophets and other children of darkness. Yet, throughout these struggles, the Christian knows that he will ultimately attain the harvest of righteousness.
August 7, 2016 Do All Things Really Work for My Good?
Welcome to all worshipers of Jesus! To know Christ in faith is the meaning and purpose of this life. Jesus tells the parable of a "fool" who thought the amount of material possessions he had were what gave his life value. The writer of Ecclesiastes and Paul also warn against letting the things of this world blind us to our real goal- eternal life.
Jesus told his disciples of his coming suffering, death, and resurrection. Peter's clear confession of Christ in the face of so much false information about him is a wonderful example for us.
Although Jesus ascended, he does not leave us on our own. He continues to send the Spirit and to offer salvation full and free. We eagerly await his second and final coming when he will take us to himself in heaven. So we pray, â€œCome Lord Jesus.â€
Paul and Barnabas preach the message of salvation to the crowds of people. However, jealous Jews stir up persecution against Paul and Barnabas and force them to leave. But God used persecution to spread his Word to many others, Jews and Gentiles alike.
Pastor Clayton Welch, Easter 2, John 20:19-31
On Easter evening, the glorified Jesus appeared to his disciples and announced peace to them. When Thomas refused to believe, Jesus, in love, appeared a second time to convince him of the resurrection and to repeat his message of peace. In love, God gives us his Word that we might also believe and have life in his name.
The first witnesses of the empty tomb are the women who were going to anoint Jesus' body with spices. The angels announced to them the great news, â€œHe is not here; he has risen!â€ They, in turn, told the disciples. The disciples were not immediately convinced that Christ had indeed risen.
Pastor Clayton Welch preaches this 5th Sunday in Lent on Luke 20:9-19. God continued to offer salvation to the chosen nation of Israel. As they rejected the prophets of salvation, so they also reject and would soon kill the author of their salvation, God's own son. Since they rejected their Savior, he would also reject them. May we never reject the precious gift of life from our God.
Welcome to all worshipers of Jesus! Our Great Deliverer defeats Satan and secures our salvation
Moses reminds God's people of God's actions on their behalf. He especially points out their deliverance from the misery, toil, and oppression they had experienced in the land of Egypt. Thanksgiving for such blessings lead them to worship the Lord and to bring him the first-fruits of their crops.
God Gives a Glimpse of His Glory to Comfort Fearful Mortals