Newsletters

Newsletter June 2018


A Sizzling Summer Sermon Series:
Things That Go Bump in the Night!

Join us this summer as we deal with real life issues that keep people awake at night (i.e. worry, stress, hopelessness, crisis of faith, fear of failure, death, uncertainty of the future, etc.) and rediscover the hope and peace we find in God’s Word.

Calendar June 2018

Newsletter May 2018


A Sizzling Summer Sermon Series:
Things That Go Bump in the Night!

When you were a child maybe you clutched at your covers at night, firmly believing that there was SOMETHING just waiting to get you hidden under your bed or in the closet. You thought that you would out grow your fears, but now as an adult there are monsters still in lurking in the shadows

Newsletter April 2018


What Easter Means to Me

Has it sunk in yet? The message of Easter; He is Risen! He is alive!

When I ponder what Easter means to me, the first word that comes to my mind is FREEDOM!

Newsletter March 2018


At the 2017 Lutheran Church Extension Fund (LCEF) Fall Leadership Conference, LCMS President Matthew C Harrison predicted that the LCMS will decline over the next 10-15 years by over 500,000 members.

So what can we do to make sure it doesn’t happen here at Good Shepherd?

Read on!

Newsletter February 2018


The Gospel in Seven Words

The season of Lent is a time to reflect and repent. It’s a time to confess our sins as we prepare for Holy Week. But it’s also a time to confess our faith. It’s a time to prepare to give a reason for why Holy Week is so important. That’s what this Lenten Series tries to do. It aims to equip us to confess our faith before a lost and dying world.


Newsletter January 2018


The Good News!

As I write this another year is coming to a close; 2017 is history; one year is gone and another has begun. It’s that time of the year when many people make resolutions. So what improvements and goals have you set for yourself for the New Year?



Newsletter December 2017


Advent Services
Wednesdays at 6:30 PM December 6th, 13th, and 20th (Dinner is served at 5:30 before each service)
The Innkeeper Elizabeth and Zechariah The Shepherd

Newsletter November 2017


500 on the 500th

More than 500 people attended Good Shepherd’s REFORMATION FESTIVAL on Sunday, October 29th at the Ft. Walton Beach Landing. What an exciting commemoration it was! A big THANK YOU to all of you who made this event a great success! And give thanks to the Lord for He is good! Pray that the seeds of God’s Word that were planted will grow!

To the Glory of God

Newsletter October 2018


“You can cook this goose, but within a century a swan shall arise who will prevail.” - Jon Huss, 1415 AD

The origin of the expression “Your goose is cooked” is from Jon Huss’s last words before he was burned at the stake for espousing that Scripture alone is the basis for spiritual authority and not councils nor traditions. An hundred years later in 1517, Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-Five Theses to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg. Luther was the swan to Huss’s goose

Newsletter September 2017


Love for One Another

By this all people will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another. John 13:35

1975 Eloise - 1995 Erin - 1995 Opal - 2000 Helene - 2001 Barry - 2004 Ivan - 2005 Dennis

These are the names of just some of the hurricanes that have hit our area. Help poured in from our neighbors

Newsletter August 2017


Jesus lived in an agricultural society where most people would have lived on a farm, worked with crops, or owned livestock. His audiences would have included shepherds, vine growers, farmers, and orchard workers.

Jesus often used stories to teach spiritual lessons. It is an effective way to teach because people remember stories.

This summer I will be sharing the STORIES AND LESSONS FROM THE FARM I grew up on in Texas, and what it taught me through them

Newsletter July 2017


Jesus lived in an agricultural society where most people would have lived on a farm, worked with crops, or owned livestock. His audiences would have included shepherds, vine growers, farmers, and orchard workers.

Jesus often used stories to teach spiritual lessons. It is an effective way to teach because people remember stories.

This summer I will be sharing the STORIES AND LESSONS FROM THE FARM I grew up on in Texas, and what it taught me through them