This Sunday we complete the series of sermons on the Psalms.  Centuries ago they were many things to God's people -- they were their hymnbook, they were their prayers, they were their laments and their poetry and their way of expressing the many celebrations and sadnesses and worries of everyday life.  This week we look at the last Psalm -- the 150th.  Notice how many times, and how many ways, the writer invites us to "Praise the Lord".  In the New Testament we'll be looking at two people who might least be expected to "Praise the Lord".  Through their example, we'll see how praising can be a way of life.  Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you didn't feel much like praising God?  Have you ever had the experience of finding a way to praise God even when you didn't much feel like it?  What advice might you give to someone else facing that same situation?  We know that God wants our praise, but of what benefit is praise to us?  These questions and others will be explored in this Sunday's sermon.  Pastor Olson will be speaking on "What Do You Think Of That?"

SUPPORT GROUPS:  Faith Lutheran Church currently offers a support group for cancer survivors, cancer patients, cancer care-givers, and all others interested in being part of a close-knit group focused on encouraging and supporting one another in their experiences with cancer.  The group is called Second Sunday Support" and meets the 2nd Sunday of each month in Pastor Olson's office at 10am.  The group's next meeting will be the second Sunday of July.

Welcome Home!

Many people today are restless, searching for a way to find meaning in a world that often leaves us with more questions than answers.  Saint Augustine once wrote, "Our souls are restless, until they rest in Thee." 

We at Faith Lutheran Church would be honored to journey with you as we learn together what it means to rest in our Creator and follow our Savior, Jesus Christ.  It is not an easy journey, but it is one filled with joy, discovery, and grace beyond measure.

We welcome you to our church, our worship services and our lives.  We hope and pray that you will experience in us the love of God, which is the greatest power in the world, and that you will join us in sharing that love with a world in need.  WELCOME HOME!