Pastor Chris Brademeyer’s Podcast

This podcast consists of the sermons and thoughts of Pastor Chris Brademeyer, a Lutheran Pastor (LCMS) from North Dakota.

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Episodes

4 days ago

Wisdom seems in short supply these days. Basic truths are challenged regularly. Common sense isn't very common. And, worst of all, fools and their foolish ideas seem to be celebrated at every turn. What is true wisdom? Where does it come from? And why does it seem like it is in such short supply? Find out in this sermon from St. John's Lutheran Church of Oakes, ND!

Monday Jun 03, 2024

Righteousness is a simple enough thing. To be fit for God's Kingdom, we need to be holy, to be righteous. But how do we become righteous? Can I do it? Does God do it for me? If He does it, how do receive this righteousness? Find out in this sermon from St. John's Lutheran Church of Oakes, ND!
 
 

Rightly Confessing God

Tuesday May 28, 2024

Tuesday May 28, 2024

The Holy Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This is the most profound and deepest mystery revealed to us by Jesus Christ. That is to say, this word refers to the biblical truth that our one God is three Persons and that we are neither to collapse the three together nor divide them apart. Why does this matter? What does confessing the Trinity have to do with worship of God? How does knowledge of God work with faith and salvation? Find out in this week's sermon from St. John's Lutheran Church of Oakes, ND.
 
For a written version of this sermon go to https://www.stjohnsoakes.org/post/rightly-confessing-god

The Funeral of John Stefanowicz

Wednesday May 22, 2024

Wednesday May 22, 2024

This sermon was preached for the funeral of John Stefanowicz, a dear Christian husband, father, stepfather, and man.
John's obituary can be found at https://www.dahlstromfuneralhome.com/obituary/john-stefanowicz
Title: A Sermon for the Funeral of John Stefanowicz
Date: May 21, 2024
Text: Ezekiel 34:11-16
Lector: Rev. Paul Preus of Zion Lutheran Church of Ellendale, ND
Preacher: Rev. Christopher W. Brademeyer of St. John's Lutheran Church of Oakes, ND

Monday May 20, 2024

Why is everyone confused? What's with the big tower, the tower of Babel? Why does God get upset with the building of it? Why does He divide human language? And why are we all so confused? Find out in this week's sermon from St. John's Lutheran Church of Oakes, ND!
For a written version of this sermon go to https://www.stjohnsoakes.org/post/what-s-with-all-the-confusion

Thursday May 16, 2024

What is Christianity primarily about?  Is it about primarily being the hands and feet of Jesus or listening to Jesus?  Is a successful church busy with all sorts of programs, ministries, and outreach endeavors, whereas a mediocre or failing church sits in the pew?  In episode #4 of "3 Padres and a Shepherd," we will be taking a closer look into Jesus' interaction with two women: Mary and Martha.  We will be asking the question, "Is It O.k. To Be A Pew Sitter?"  Even though the story of Mary and Martha is a very simple story, it has vast application in the realm of the church and into the lives of Christians.  And so, sit back with Mary and enjoy this 4th Episode!  

For the Sake of the Name

Sunday May 12, 2024

Sunday May 12, 2024

God's Name is an important thing. We learn about it's power and the reasons why God gives it to us to use in the Catechism when we study the Second Commandment, the Lord's Prayer, and Baptism. Why does God value His Name? What does He think about misuse of it? What does it mean for Christians that we are marked in God's Name? Find out in this week's sermon from St. John's Lutheran Church of Oakes, ND!
 

The Ascension of the Lord

Sunday May 12, 2024

Sunday May 12, 2024

Jesus tells His disciples that He must ascend back to the right hand of the Father. Why does He do this? Does this mean that He is absent? What does Elijah have to do with this? Find out in this week's sermon from St. John's Lutheran Church of Oakes, ND!
 

Sunday May 05, 2024

Complaining. Grumbling. Whining. Those who have the most sometimes complain the most. Why do we do this? What does God say about it? And what do snakes have to do with this? Find out in this week's sermon from St. John's Lutheran Church of Oakes, ND!
For a printed version of this sermon go to https://www.stjohnsoakes.org/post/what-s-with-all-the-complaining
Title: Grumbling and Snakes
Date: Rogate, the 6th Sunday of Easter - May 5,2024
Text: Numbers 21:4-9
Venue: St. John's Lutheran Church of Oakes, ND
Preacher: Rev. Christopher W. Brademeyer

Why We Sing

Monday Apr 29, 2024

Monday Apr 29, 2024

Christians sing. Music is a big part of our lives together. Why is this the case? Find out in this week's sermon from St. John's Lutheran Church of Oakes, ND!
For a printed version of this sermon go to https://www.stjohnsoakes.org/post/why-we-sing
 
Title: My Strength and Song
Date: Cantate, the Fifth Sunday of Easter - 4/28/2024
Text: Isaiah 12:1-16
Venue: St. John's Lutheran Church of Oakes, ND
Preacher: Rev. Christopher W. Brademeyer

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Things aren't easy. There is a lot of suffering and pain in the world. It covers a lot of things. And, at the end, there's death waiting for us. We can wander though this world, lurching from empty pursuit to vain pleasure and back again. Or we can leave the rat race of human existence by looking to the One who has actually done just that: Jesus Christ. Unlike us, His work stands forever. What we make passes away; what He makes endures unto eternity.
 
And what did He do? He grants life, mercy, and salvation for you at the cost of His own life and ensures them by His own character. For you.
 
This podcast gives weekly sermons and messages from Pastor Chris Brademeyer of St. John's Lutheran Church of Oakes, ND. We promise nothing more or less than eternal life, forgiveness, and mercy in the living Lord, Jesus Christ.

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