Sermon Recordings

The Message.  Our worship services center around God and his Word.  In John 10, Jesus says, “My sheep listen to my voice.”  In Romans 10 we read, faith comes from hearing the message, and the message is heard through the word of Christ.”  In worship then, to honor our Savior and to enrich our faith, we meditate on God’s Word as it is read, sung and proclaimed in a message (devotion, sermon).  At Cross of Christ our messages reflect these basic truths:

1.)    We have sinned against God and deserve his punishment.

2.)    God’s mercy is infinitely greater than our sin, and He has freely forgiven our sins by taking our punishment for us and crediting us with His holiness and perfection (through faith).

3.)    As we Christians apply these first two truths to our lives, we are motivated to give thanks to God and love him in return for his love shown to us in Jesus.  God teaches us very practical ways to live for Him every day.  God also gives us incredible promises and special comforts to guide and bless us in our daily tasks. 

All these points are shared each week in practical messages for all people.


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God Enlightens Me, So I Can Be Light
Pastor Ben Workentine 
Ephesians 5:8-14 

God's Terms? Only Promise
Pastor Matt Zimpelmann 
Genesis 12:1-8 

Lent 2 - Turn to Jesus: He Holds the Key to Heaven
Pastor Dan Kramer 
Luke 23:35-43 

In the Face of Ruin, God Makes a Promise!
Pastor Kurt Wetzel 
Genesis 3:1-15 

Lent 1 (Ash Wednesday) - Turn to Jesus: Do Not Turn Away
Pastor Ben Workentine 
Matthew 27:1-5 

Jesus in You - Gives You New Vision!
Pastor John Steinbrenner 
Luke 9:28-36 

Jesus in You - Gives You New Purpose!
Pastor Matt Zimpelmann 
Luke 8:26-39 

Jesus in You - Gives You New Love!
Pastor Kurt Wetzel 
Luke 19:1-10 

Jesus in You - Gives You New Hope!
Pastor Matt Zimpelmann 
Luke 7:11-17 

He who did not spare his own Son, but gave him up for us all – how will he not also, along with him, graciously give us all things? ~ Romans 8:32