Stand - #3 - Stand Up

Stand_Series_Artwork.jpg

Today is Last Judgment Sunday and we consider what for many people is a scary topic - Judgment Day.  But Daniel wasn’t afraid of the judgment of the King because he knew where he stood with God.  And so also for us.  We can live with tremendous courage and strength even the face of some honest accusations because we know where we stand with God.  Listen in as Pastor Bourman takes us into Daniel 6 to learn about a faith that is courageous because it knows where it stands with God. (Note: We apologize for the angle of the video. We’ll work to get that corrected in the future.)

Stand - #2 - Stand Firm

Stand_Series_Artwork.jpg

Today, as we celebrate Reformation, we face off against fear.  There are so many things in this life that would make us afraid.  Luther was afraid as he stood up for his faith.  Today, God erases and abolishes our fear by reminding us of who he is and what he is all about - us and our salvation.  Listen in as Pastor Bourman takes us into Daniel 3 to learn about a faith that stands firm in the fire.

Stand - #1 - Stand Out

Stand_Series_Artwork.jpg

This is a sermon about influence.  The influence that Babylon wanted to exert on Daniel and then through Daniel.  The influence that God exerted on Daniel, in Daniel, for Daniel, and then through Daniel.  It a sermon about the influence that the world wants to have on us as sometimes silently and sometimes loudly it seeks to influence us for its own purposes. It is a sermon about the influence that Holy Spirit exerts on our hearts and on our identity when he gives us God’s name.  It’s a sermon about the influence that then we get to exert on the world.  Stand up and stand out! Daniel 1.

Better - #5 - A Better Inheritance

Better_facebook- Cover.png

Today we’re continuing a series on the book of Hebrews.  It’s called “better” because everything we have from Jesus is better.  Today, Pastor Aaron Bublitz takes us into God’s Word and shows us that the inheritance we have from Jesus is infinitely better than any earthly inheritance.  Not only does it giveus riches beyond compare that will last for all eternity, but the very giving of the inheritance is completely undeserved.  What an inheritance we have! Listen in as he takes us into Hebrews 9:11-15.  For more audio or video content  check out our website: theMountMKE.org.  We’re glad you can enjoy God’s Word with us today. 

Better - #4 - Better Promises

Better_facebook- Cover.png

Today we’re continuing a series on the book of Hebrews.  It’s called “better” because everything we have from Jesus is better.  Today, Pastor Nate Bourman takes us into God’s Word and shows us how God gives us an anchor for our souls.  Are you drifting?  We have an anchor.  Are you blown by the wind and tossed by the waves?  We have an anchor. Are you beaten on a rocky shore?  We have an anchor. Listen in as he takes us into Hebrews 6:13-20.

Better - #3 - A Better Friend

Better_facebook- Cover.png

Today we’re continuing a series on the book of Hebrews.  It’s called “better” because everything we have from Jesus is better.  Today, Pastor Aaron Bublitz shows us how Jesus is a better friend, who holds on to us even when so many things would wash over us and pull us away.  Listen in as he takes us into Hebrews 4:14-16.  For more audio or video content  check out our website: theMountMKE.org.  We’re glad you can enjoy God’s Word with us today. 

Better - #2 - A Better Home

Better_facebook- Cover.png

You’re listening to a sermon from Mount Lebanon.  We’re the Mount and we’re committed to making God’s Word known so that people know God’s truth and are transformed by it.  Today we’re continuing a series on the book of Hebrews.  It’s called “better” because everything we have from Jesus is better.  Today, Pastor Nate Bourman helps us find our home with Jesus and his finished work as he takes us into Hebrews 3:1-6.

Better - #1 - A Better Family

Slide01.jpeg

Today we’re beginning a brand new series on the book of Hebrews.  It’s called “better” because everything we have from Jesus is better.  Today, Pastor Aaron Bublitz shows us that Jesus came from heaven, took on our flesh, stepped to our side and become our brother.  We have a better family because in Jesus we have a better brother.  And he, he is not ashamed of us.  This is a sermon on Hebrews 2:9-11. 

Better: A new series from the book of Hebrews.

Better_facebook- Cover.png

There are so many things that would lure, pull or even push us away from the church and from Jesus. Things like the busyness of life, pressure from family or friends, and so many other things would do it. Jewish Christians in the years after Jesus ascended into heaven felt that pressure. It was legal for them to be Jewish, but illegal for them to be Christian. All they had to do was go back to their Jewish roots and all would be fine. The writer strongly urged them, "No! Jesus is better!" And he says the same to us. Jesus is better. He is the better priest, the better brother, the better family. He givers us a better home, a better eternity. Everything is and gives us is better than anything the world would offer. Yes, Jesus is better. What we hold and believe is better.

We are the Mount - #3 - Keep Building the Body

You’re listening to a sermon from the Mount.  We’re the Mount and we’re committed to making God’s Word known so that people know God’s truth and are transformed by it.  Today, Missionary John Roebke from Malawi urges us to keep on being the body of Christ and building the body Christ.  We are the body of Christ, each one of us is a part of us.  We each are called by God and given different gifts to serve right where God wants us to serve.

We are the Mount - #1 - The Task in Front of Us

IMG_0275.png

We’re the Mount and we’re committed to making God’s Word known so that people know God’s truth and are transformed by it.  Today, Pastor Nate Bourman takes us into Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians and shows us the grace of God who calls us to faith and calls us to be ambassadors, the mouthpiece of God.  2 Corinthians 5:16-21

We are the Mount

IMG_0273.PNG

We are the Mount a sermon series beginning August 12.

Mount Lebanon has been the neighborhood church and school of the Hampton Heights Neighborhood for many years now.  We have been transforming the lives, families, and our community the forgiveness of and love of Christ for nearly a century.  In this series, we want to look forward to consider how we can and will do this here both now and into the future.  We are the Mount! This is our mission.

  • We are the Mount. We are bringing the peoples of our community together to worship Jesus (8/12).

  • We are the Mount. We are transforming families – children and parents – to be disciples, heirs and leaders in our community (8/19). Join us for an outdoor service and a corn roast.

  • We are the Mount. We are a microchurch with a mega-worldwide mission (8/26). Join us and Missionary John Roebke from the One Africa Team.

  • We are the Mount. Here ordinary people are called to extraordinary things (9/2).

Faith Works - #4 - Even more.

maxresdefault.jpg

You’re listening to a sermon from Mount Lebanon.  We’re the Mount and we’re committed to making God’s Word known so that people know God’s truth and are transformed by it.  Today, Vicar Adam Lambrecht takes us into James chapter 4 to teach us about true humility and shows us the God of grace who continues to give even more.  We’re glad you can enjoy God’s Word with us today.

Faith Works - #1 - God's I Told You So.

IMG_0252.JPG

As Christians in this world, we live in a space between "already" and "not yet."  We are already children of God, already perfect and holy, already heirs of eternity. We are already all of these things in the sight of God.  We already have this status before him.  Yet, in this lives that we live we often lead lives that are filled with inconsistencies.  At times, we don't live and act like the children of God that we are.  We are "not yet" there.  James talks to us about those deep inconsistencies that exist in our lives. He writes a powerful and pointed letter to Christians - to us - about the lives that we live in this world.  James writes to us about real faith for real life, a faith that works.  In this four week series, we'll listen to some of the things that he says to us about our faith.

Family of Faith: Hope's Song

33610961_1893520590681173_2538412782462697472_n.jpg

This is a song for those who weep for our world.  This is a song for those who weep for the church on earth.  This is a song for those who weep because of sin in their own life, in their own heart. This is a song of hope for each day is a day is new.  We will not be consumed or swallowed up by this world. No, God's mercy never ends and his love never fails.  A sermon on Lamentations 3, selected verses. Listen to the end to a solo and song written by Sarah Lambrecht.