This Website Is Dedicated to Our Lord
and Savior, Jesus Christ


How thrilling to be a Christian in these times. How exciting to share the good news of Jesus with all who come to this place and discover that he is ever-present in our world--from the wilds of the rain forest to the gleaming glass and sturdy steel of a city skyscraper--or right here on this webpage in the high tech world we inhabit.

Most exciting to all of us at St. John's is the prospect that someone may, inadvertently or out of simple curiosity, discover this page and the monumental Jesus we love! Jesus, the babe of Bethlehem, Jesus as a young man; preaching, teaching, and performing miracles throughout a small, seemingly insignificant region of the Middle East. Jesus, crucified on a cross, dead and buried, and three days later... Jesus, the resurrected Christ, the Lamb of God who came to give us everlasting life!

In all the world, before or since that event, there has never been anything to equal its power, majesty, and its effect on the entire world.

Yet, in this same cosmos is this tiny miracle that you have found Him here today. Perhaps, reading about Jesus, the Jesus you never met, or the Jesus you've forgotten beckons you to come to him now at this moment in this unlikely place.

Where is that Bible you used to read? Where is that Book that once meant a great deal to you? Search for it. Find it. Read it again for the first time. Jesus will open your eyes and heart in new and wonderful ways.

What? You never owned a Bible? Call us, email us, and perhaps we can help.

Jesus calls you by name. He wants you for his own. Like the great prophet Isaiah said, long before computers were invented:

"I have been found by those who did not seek me, I have shown myself to those who did not ask for me."

Surely, your being here at this website is significant, perhaps providential. Don't turn away. Remember how much God loves you.

John 3:16 - "For God so loved the world that he gave his only son that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life."

Evangelical Lutheran Church In America