Welcome, and thank you for visiting Trinity Lutheran Church in Logan, Ohio online. We hope that you will look around our website and discover a little bit about who we are. We would love to greet you and share with you our love for Jesus Christ and for you, our neighbor.
At the heart of our Christian faith is the sure confidence that we are saved by grace alone, through faith alone, on account of Jesus Christ alone. All that we believe, teach, and confess is based on God's Word alone.
Sunday School classes start at 9:30
Sunday Morning services are at 10:45
Prayer and Praise service at 6:30 pm
at Carlin House Assisted Living
Radio Broadcast of Sugar Grove morning service at 8:30am on 98.3 FM
Any additional services will be announced in our bulletin and on our website.
We have resumed services each week in the sanctuary. In addition, the service will also be offered through Facebook live videos. Please like and follow our Facebook page - Trinity Lutheran Church - LCMS Logan Ohio to receive notice of our live services.
Weekly Lenten services are on Thursdays (Wednesdays at the Sugar Grove church) at 7:00pm. The theme for the messages is Hands of Our Savior.
The Lutheran Hour- Sunday
8:30 pm on 90.9 WFCO FM
8 am on 102.5 FM and 1240 AM
Worship Service - Sunday Morning
8:30 to 9:00 a.m. on 98.3 WKNA FM
Sunday's Bible Lessons
First Reading: Genesis 22: 1-18
Epistle: James 1: 12-18
Holy Gospel: Mark 1: 9-15
Collect of the Day
O Lord God, You led Your ancient people through the wilderness and brought them to the promised land. Guide the people of Your Church that following our Savior we may walk through the wilderness of this world toward the glory of the world to come; through Jesus Christ, Your Son, our Lord, who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever.
Study Guide for February 21, 2021
Genesis 22: 1-18
1. Something is wrong with God telling Abraham to sacrifice his son Isaac. There is love in this father-son relationship. (Gen. 22:2, 7-8) A father is told to sacrifice his son. Something is drastically wrong. God's promises are at stake here, as well, promises of blessing through Abraham. Something is drastically wrong when God tells a father to sacrifice his son and when God's promises come into question.
2. There is trouble in our lives too. Something is wrong when children die. Even children treated at St. Jude's Children's Hospital sometimes die. A parent should never have to bury a child. When you see what happens even to children, you begin to wonder about God's promises.
3. That three days journey to the mountain must have been horrendous for Abraham, knowing what he was going to do when he got there. Yet Abraham traveled there as directed. Abraham had hope. He trusted that God would provide. (Gen. 22: 5, 7-8) Abraham holds on in hope to God's promises. He has hope that God will work out the details. By faith, when tested, Abraham took Isaac up that mountain, holding on to the promise that God would provide. God did provide by sparing Isaac's life. God also provided the sacrifice, yes, a ram for the altar, but also His own beloved Son, for us. Through Isaac, Abraham's descendants are numerous. From Abraham's offspring comes Jesus, through whom God provides - forgiveness, life, salvation.
4. God provides and keeps His promises for us as well, written on a cross and an empty tomb. He is always by your side. You are never alone. He hears our prayers. He surrounds us with His grace. Like Abraham, we are simply called to believe, to trust that God will provide, that He is with us, and to hope.
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