Pastor Daniel’s Sermons
Pastor Daniel’s video sermons
Dear Church Family and Friends, Below is the mini-service information and video for you to follow. I have listed 2 verses for two hymns for you to sing along if you wish. Our organist, John Penkoske is in Wisconsin the next few weeks. Welcome Opening Hymn -- Holy,...
Dear Church Family and Friends, Below is the mini-service for this week and the video and I want to say Happy Fathers Day to all our fathers, grandfathers, great-grandfathers, brothers and men who have served as a friend or mentor to another child. I hope the...
Pastor’s Weekly Newsletter
Dear Church Family and Friends, "When you go through the deep waters, I will be with you." Isaiah 43:2 We all go through difficult and challenging times and feel like we are not only knee deep but chin deep hanging on for dear life. I can...
Dear Church Family and Friends, "My peace I leave with you, my peace I give to you. I do not give as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid." John 14:32. I love this verse because Jesus is telling us that...
Sermons in text
After March 17, 2019, Dr. Hagmaier’s sermons are available only in video format. Below are text formats for his earlier sermons.
I grew up in a non-dancing house. My mother had loved to dance, in fact she was often the last one off the dance floor. But after she became a Christian, she did a complete 180 and somehow believed that dancing was a terrible and wretched sin. As I was growing up I came to and understanding that dancing was right up there with robbing a bank, murder and, grand larceny. We grew up within shouting distance of a dance hall and my mother forbade us to go near that dance hall. I think she believed that the devil was playing the music and we just couldn't dance with the devil. So for many...
We continue our sermon series on the Life of King David, a man after God’s own heart. Today, we take a look at an amazing woman named Abigail. The story of Abigail and her crazy husband, Nabal reminds me of a story about a minister who was losing his congregation to sleep during a dry sermon. To revive those napping in the pew he said, “I livedWith a woman for over 17 years who was (story) This sermon is about a marriage gone awry. It’s about an incredibly gracious woman named Abigail who was married to a fool named Nabal. His name literally means fool. He is a stubborn and arrogant man....
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