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March 6th, 2016

Pastor David Salinas

Martin Luther called reason God's greatest gift to man; he also called it the greatest and most invincible enemy of God. Hearing that, we may wonder if Luther was not overworked and having problems thinking clearly. He wasn't losing it, however. He was speaking of our reasoning powers from the two major ways they relate to our Creator. On the one hand, our reason is a good gift because the Creator is good. Furthermore, reason is the human medium through which our souls make sense of, meditate, ponder, apply, and proclaim God's life saving word. On the other hand, because our reason is corrupted by sin, it doesn't intuitively and naturally receive God's word with faith and appreciation but with disbelief and disdain. Here's where this discussion becomes so pertinent for us. We are now more than half way through Lent. We will soon have the opportunity to ponder and to proclaim the message of Christ crucified in that most focused and dramatic way during Holy Week. To do so well, because of our well-ordered but fallen minds, we seek the Holy Spirit's illumination and influence. That's the aim of our sermons these next two weeks. This week see how God's foolishness is his power to give faith in Jesus, and may we keep preaching that wise and powerful foolishness!

*Note: In the sermon I refer to an illustration of the Alexamenos graffito. For our internet audience please click on the following link if you would like to see the graphic.

February 28th, 2016

Pastor David Salinas

A Minnesotan knows how to face a strong winter or summer storm - he doesn't fight it. He surrenders to the unstoppable force and takes shelter. In a tragic irony our natural human instinct to facing the gentle, life-giving breeze of the message of Christ is not to surrender to it but fight it. Last week we learned why that is. The message that God sent his Son to save me is the message that I am by nature incapable of saving myself. That doesn't sit well with our natural prideful selves. For us, Christians, this not only means that we are burdened with natural hearts that war against the gospel ministry we love; it means we will face a tenacious resistance to our ministry from the world and even segments of the visible church around us. What we need, therefore, is not just to have our own hearts melted and be turned into little chicks of Christ's. We need to be tenacious in our love for people, Christ, and his word to keep proclaiming God's word to the best of our God-given ability in the face of whatever storm of opposition comes our way. To that end, we again see this unique image of Jesus: There’s no stopping the tenacious Hen! With that imagine in mind, chick of Christ, be an emperor penguin, and God bring many to join us on our unstoppable march to glory.

February 21st, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

In his commentary on Galatians Martin Luther noted how the world, by and large, views and receives the good news of salvation through Christ. "The world holds the gospel a considers the gospel to be a doctrine offensive to God and man and is to be persecuted as the worst plague on earth." It sounds like hyperbole, like an exaggeration, but visit an atheist website and you may conclude that Luther was understating his point. Why does the world hate, resist, and oppose the good news of Christ that rescues and renews people? Because the gospel attacks natural human pride. The message that God sent his Son to save me is the message that I am by nature completely corrupt and incapable of saving myself. That doesn't sit well with my natural self. The stubborn pride in us all means that everyone, Christian and unbeliever, has the instinctive drive to resist the only message in the world that saves. The good news for us is this: the Savior is even more determined and tenacious in his drive to save me than I am in my drive to resist him. See how there's no stopping the tenacious Hen from gathering you under his redeeming wings, and be a little chick!

There are places we all dread going, or, at least, don't like going - the dentist, the auto-mechanic, our least favorite relative's house. Without a doubt, however, the place we all dread going the most is the grave. We all dread death. Yet, as Lent brings into focus, the Lord Jesus daily leads us to the death of our old selves in repentance. He leads us down the path of this death, because the death of repentance leads to life. Jesus turns us from the sin that kills us in order to turn us to his death on the cross that saves us. You can be sure of this, however: our old selves dread their death as much as our new selves do. How will you and I, then, continue to steer and turn our old sinful selves into their death and follow Christ down the Via Dolorosa, the Way of Suffering, the way of the cross that leads to life? Follow Jesus as he takes his first steps on his Lenten journey to the cross of our salvation, and be empowered and enthused to turn and follow the Leader.

February 7th, 2016

Pastor David Salinas

In 2003 thieves broke into a Catholic church in New York city and stole a large crucifix of Jesus from the sanctuary. The unusual thing about the theft is that these bandits unbolted the body from the cross he was on. Yes, you got it, these men took Jesus without the cross. This story illustrates an honest-to-goodness tension in the heart of every follower of Christ. On the one hand, we all understand that Christianity comes with a cross attached - a cross for Jesus and for each one of us who follow him. Our natural impulse, however, is to try to take Jesus without the cross. Cross is pain, humiliation, and death to the old self. None of us naturally wants that. But a Christianity without a cross is a useless, empty faith; it neither rescues nor renews! Our loving Savior knows this. That is why together with Peter, James, and John he takes us up a mountain and reveals his divine glory. His aim with the epiphany of his transfiguration is to move and empower us to embrace the cross that is at the heart of our Lenten journey that begins tomorrow and of our entire life. So, dear Christian, go with Jesus to the mountaintop and in Lent and life be sure to take him and his cross too!

January 31st, 2016

Pastor David Salinas

We all have our favorite roads to get from point A to point B in the towns in which we live. We take the same roads so often, they become instinctual. They can become so instinctual, in fact, that even when we are minded to go to a different place, sometimes, we turn where we always do, because it's so ingrained in us. This week our Lord tells us that he wants the path of love, as he defines it in his word, to be as instinctual a path as the road we take to work. Here's the thing: even though the way of love is the most excellent, the greatest way, the reality that love means sacrifice, self-denial, putting the other first, can make it a road less traveled, even for followers of Jesus. Listen, then, to the Lord's word from the Bible's "love chapter," 1 Corinthians 13, and let Love Boulevard be the road you always and instinctively take on your daily walk with Christ

January 17th, 2016

Pastor David Salinas

A theologian rightly said that the word of God alone creates and strengthens faith in Christ. He also correctly said that to be an effective preacher a minister's heart must be filled with the truths he preaches so that his words come out like drops of fire that draw people in. His words remind us of the great need we have in the church to "do church" as if it was our last Sunday - with all the passion and excellence the Lord gives us - in order to attract more and more people to hear the good news that saves them. Of course, such a vigorous effort week after week, year after year, is not easy. How will we do it? See the Lord unroll the scroll from Isaiah and preach the good news to us with great passion and excellence. May it set our hearts on fire and fuel our efforts to carry out our ministry like it was our last time!

January 10th, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

One of our seminary professors unfortunately hit the nail on the head when he wrote the following about how we regard our baptisms: "We so easily overlook [our baptism]. We overlook it when the Sacrament of Baptism is being performed. We perhaps more frequently overlook it in our daily life when we are tempted by sin or assailed by doubt." The tragedy of this cannot be overstated. When we trivialize our baptism, we deprive ourselves of great and much needed gospel comforts and strength, and, thereby suffer in life more than necessary. The word for us this week helps us put a stop to all this overlooking and trivializing of baptism. This week we meditate on one of the key and most beautiful passages on baptism, a veritable party in honor of baptism - Titus 3:4-7. Join the party! Listen well, and by the power of the Spirit with which you, like Christ, were anointed in baptism, make a big deal of baptism; and enjoy some really big blessings!

January 3rd, 2016

Pastor David Salinas

What is 2016 going to be like? Nowadays the future for us seems less hopeful and more frightful. The values and morals of our past are discarded and persecuted. The concept of taking responsibility for one’s actions and facing the consequences is all but lost. Violence is rampant at home and abroad. The political climate does little to evoke confidence that our nation's and world's problems can be tackled with competence and effectiveness. A popular Christian author noted the emotional toll of all of this. He wrote, “Everywhere I go, people live in fear of where we are headed.” And yet, I make a bold prediction about 2016 which is less than a week old—It’s going to be a great year! How can I be sure? Because of a glorious truth that shines especially bright today, January 6, the official day of Epiphany, the "Gentile Christmas." Hear and see that glorious truth and have a truly great year!

December 24th, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

Did you get it this Christmas? The perfect gift, that is. What did you really want? A time machine to travel back to those crossroads moments this past year and do it differently, say it differently, decide it differently. One more conversation with your loved one who is gone? To get healthy or stay healthy, to bring health or keep your loved one in good health? That moment when your heart is healed from whatever broke it and made it hurt and angry? As the angel said, I bring you good news of great joy: in one incredible gift wrapped in swaddling cloths and boxed in a manger, we get everything our sin-broken hearts truly long for because in it we get what they truly need. Listen to the Grace choir and message from Christmas Eve, and receive once more the perfect gift!

December 20th, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

Tis the season to be jolly, they say. I think we all know better. The month of December up to Christmas Eve can, ironically, end up being one of the most joyless months of the year. It is a high stress month with all the extra "to dos." For a host of reasons the holiday season can be a sad, lonely time for many. In fact, maybe, this Christmastide is especially blue for you. Man, if we could only bottle up the joy of Christmas that filled the heart of the Virgin Mary and came bursting out in her Holy Spirit inspired song of praise - "My soul glorifies the Lord!" Merry Christmas! Christmas joy in a bottle is just the gift the Holy Spirit has for us this 4th Sunday of Advent through John's vision of the Nativity in Revelation. Receive his gift, uncork it in your heart, and celebrate our Savior's nativity with joy, great joy!

December 16th, 2015

Grace Lutheran School Christmas Service

We at Grace Lutheran Church and School were once again blessed to have our school children take the role of the angels and shepherds, announcing to us the birth of our Savior. We thank all of the children and teachers for their preparation and work for this year's Christmas service. We thank all of our parents and families for their attendance and support. We thank, especially, our dear Savior whose birth we celebrate, for this joyous blessing! A blessed Christmas and joyous New Year to you all!

December 13th, 2015

Pastor Phil Spaude

This week we thank Pastor Phil Spaude from Lakeville, MN for being at Grace and delivering a message to us titled "Celebrate Your Vocation." Pastor Spaude reminds us of the various "hats" God gives us to wear, our stations in life, whereby we glorify the Lord and receive the fullness and satisfaction of doing so. On this third week of Advent when we are reminded of the nearness of our deliverance through Christ, like children the day before Christmas, we are filled with a special joy and thrill at seizing the opportunity to serve God faithfully with the earthly blessings he has lavished on us.

November 29th, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

A man rented a car and drove it an area of the country where there are tollbooths. He inadvertently drove past one tollbooth without paying, but just as he started to worry about it, he thought it was no big deal; the rental car company would cover the tolls, and even if they didn't, it would only amount to about $4.00. So he drove past several more convinced nothing would happen. Two months later, however, the day of reckoning came; he received a notice in the mail for toll violations. On top of the tolls, there was a $20.00 penalty for each of the tolls he drove past. He ended up having to pay over $100.00. Moral of the story? Don't be a fool! Don't assume there is no day of reckoning coming, simply because it hasn't come yet. Be wise, faithful, prepared. This is the encouragement and call for us on this first week of Advent, the first week of the new Christian church year. Listen to our Savior's words, and live a heads up life!

November 22nd, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

Quid veritas est? What is truth? That was the famous question the infamous Pilate sarcastically asked Jesus in an attempt to dismiss any notion of an object truth outside of himself. Still, that is one of the most important questions to ask and answer. It is the truth, and it alone, that gives true sense and meaning, hope and strength, comfort and fullness through the various stages of life. It is the truth, and it alone, that makes the difference between rising on the last day and being a cinder and rising on the last day and being a star. What is truth? Listen, as Christ, the King, the King of truth answers for us this week, and be well-equipped for life and for eternity!

Would it make sense for a billionaire to become inconsolably upset if he lost $10.00? That would be ridiculous and sad, wouldn't it? While losing ten bucks is a real loss, a billionaire is simply too rich to be concerned about that kind of loss. As Christian people awaiting our Savior's return we are spiritual billionaire's in Jesus. So, why is it that we often fret and wring our hands over what amount to $10.00 losses? Yes, this happens because of our sinful condition. Often, however, the culprit is that we lose sight of our identity and status as spiritual billionaire's in Christ. In addition, we also lose sight of the fact that just like Jesus' glory during his earthly ministry, our glory and triumph in Christ is hidden beneath weakness and distress. Listen, then, to the prophet Daniel's end time prophecy that powerfully proclaims our status in Jesus and the reality of life as we await his return, and be empowered and encouraged to live as the triumphant saints in him that you are.

This weekend at Grace our Grace school children blessed us with the reminder of how and why it is that we are triumphant saints, as they sang to us "Jesus Loves Me" and "Only By Grace." We thank our school children, their parents, and, above all, our triumphant Savior for this precious blessing.

On Saints Triumphant Sunday, we also paused to remember our loved ones from Grace who were called from the Church Militant to the Church Triumphant in 2014/2015. We thank the Lord for the triumph of faith and eternal life he gave to Klaine Eaton, Dorothy Ehlers, Eleanor Hunziker, Charlotte Pfeiffer, and Bill Gilbreath.

Now that we're back on standard time the days are shorter, and, those of us, especially, living near the 45th parallel or higher suffer an occupational hazard of living where we do. The lack of sunlight can lead many of us to become vitamin D deficient or suffer bouts of the winter blues. In our present society we live in a dusky time I call "vice-is-virtue" time. As a people of God living in the gloom of sin we can suffer a spiritual vitamin D deficiency and winter blues. What can we do about it? To ward off the winter blues doctors tell us to get as much sun as we can. That's the prophet Malachi's prescription for us this week. So, by all means, child of God living in the dusk of vice-is-virtue time, be sure you get plenty of Sonshine, and be energized to live as a child of the light.

November 1st, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

"Don't let your conditioning go down the tubes in the summer," barked the cross-country coach. "Do long, slow runs. I want to see you in good running shape come fall." This week we in the Lutheran church celebrate the pivotal event in the history of the New Testament church after the coming of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost - the Reformation. The call for us as Lutheran Christians, in particular, but, finally, as NT believers, is to stay in good "Lutheran" shape. To ask the age-old Lutheran question: What does this mean? and a follow-up question: How will we keep our Christian conditioning to the end? Learn the answers, as we go with the prophet Jeremiah to the potter's house, peer through the window, and watch him, literally, get a glob of clay into shape, and be and remain in the best spiritual shape of your life:

October 25th, 2015

David Salinas

As Christian people and Lutheran Christians, in particular, we derive a special joy in proclaiming that first great pillar of the Reformation - We are saved by grace alone! The term "grace" tastes so sweet that many Lutheran churches including ours have chosen it for its namesake. This coming weekend we'll be celebrating the Festival of the Reformation. We will once again enjoy the blessing of announcing to each other and to all who come into our home - We are saved by grace alone! To prepare us well for that moment that we may celebrate the Reformation and the message of God's grace in Christ with all the joy and gusto it deserves this week we grow deeper in our appreciation of God's grace. As we see in Jesus' parable of the day laborers hired at different hours yet paid the same wage, there is a facet of grace that can taste bitter. Listen, and may grace taste sweeter than ever for you!

October 18th, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

A man had gone up from Austin, TX to Alaska to find work. While he was there, he also found a wife, the daughter of a wealthy Alaskan family. Unfortunately, the economic differences between the two were sabotaging their relationship. So, the man gave his new bride an ultimatum, "Come away with me to the lower 48. Leave your family's wealth behind. Everything we will have I will make with my own two hands." Christ has said the same to us, his Bride, as a pastor aptly noted. "He looked at our lives rich with earthly goods and our self-made good works and said, ‘I don’t want any of them. Come away with me and leave it all behind. Everything we will have together, I will make with my own two hands." Just like the Texan's bride, we stand at the point where the road divides. The all-important question for each of us this week is What do you treasure most? Listen well. Be moved and empowered to treasure Jesus above all things, and be richer than you could possibly imagine.

October 11th, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

If the Supreme Court's landmark ruling this past June legalizing same-sex marriages is any indication, the twin pillars of marriage and family that constitute the foundation of society and provide us a unique mirror reflecting the love of God as a Father, Husband, Helper, Brother are under attack as never before. King David asks a good question. When the foundations are being destroyed, what can the righteous do? This week, our Lord Jesus, the loving Husband of the Bride, tells us what we can do about it, and inspires and empowers to do something about it. Listen to what he has to say about marriage and family and save these precious pillars!

October 4th, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

Among one of the key detrimental effects of the fall into sin was that we developed a sweet-tooth for something that was toxic and destructive to our souls and the body of Christ to which we belong. No, not a sweet-tooth for the forbidden fruit. A sweet-tooth for the self - self-interest, self-service, self-preservation, selfish ambition. This week, our Great Physician, Jesus, performs life-saving surgery on us. Through his word he pokes our "I" out. Listen now to the following message, lose your "I" and be a more whole and healthier servant of God than you've ever been!

September 27th, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

Several years back KFC put out a clever commercial for its Chicken Little sandwiches. In it the boss storms into the office and tells his workers, “Little news everyone! The little wigs down at corporate are coming in. So I want everyone to think “Little.” Okay? You want the little office? You wanna be a little shot? Well...put your little boy pants on and step it up.” The commercial is just so funny because it runs so contrary, so counter-intuitive to the way we naturally think about greatness. To be a truly great person in life you aim at being big in relation to those around you. Whether at school, at work, or trying to make the team, you strive to be better than the next guy, or, at least, look like you are. The thought of aiming for greatness by going for smallness is, well, laughable to fallen reason! It isn't, however, laughable to Jesus. To him small is the new big, the true big. Read about that in the following message and be a truly great Christian by being a "little shot."

(Due to the human error of a very fallible pastor, the sermon this weekend was not recorded. My apologies. Here is written copy of Sunday's sermon.)

September 20th, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

The Lord Jesus is clear: there is no such thing as either a true Christ or a true Christian without the cross. The little Greek word "dei" (it is necessary) tells us that. The Son of Man must suffer, be killed, and rise again. If anyone wants to be a disciple of Christ, he must deny himself, take up his cross and follow him. The sad and dangerous fact, however, is that we have a natural aversion and loathing to both the message and the reality of the cross. Daily we are presented with temptations to toss aside our crosses. Listen then, as our dear Lord, who bore the cross of our salvation, strengthens us to bear ours with the assurance that in knowing the cross, we know the crown, and never stop taking up your cross and following him.

Due to technical difficulties this past Sunday we were not able to record the sermon. However, we warmly invite you to read about and be strengthened by the truth that in every hour and circumstance in life, especially, those rough ones, your dear Savior, Jesus, always has the Midas touch.



A grandson tells the sad story of his grandma's lifelong disappointment at the house she and her husband had built together. After a decade of living in her husband's family home, they decided to build a new house to be their home for the rest of their lives. To save costs, however, her husband used many of the materials from the old house - old doors, old window trimmings, old wood - to build the new home. Every morning the woman awoke to see the old house with its doors that wouldn't shut properly and its ugly nail-riddled wood trimmings. The woman's grandson laments, "It was a source of grief to her all her life. All she wanted was a new home." In a way the story of that house is ours. Paul tells us that we are being built into a spiritual house to be the home for the King of kings. And yet, like the grandmother's home, often we are not in practice the new creations we are by God's declaration. But there's good news for us. Every week through our Sunday morning worship, the Lord renovates and remodels us. Hear how worship makes us wise to be the home we were made to be:

Summer is over. It's back to school. For kids that news brings mixed results. For parents that news almost always brings a giddy Yay with a fist pump. We parents are happy our kids are back to school because of the ancient Chinese proverb, "If you're planning for a year, sow rice; if you're planning for a decade, plant trees. If you're planning for a lifetime, educate people." We parents realize a good education is a lifelong blessing for our children. And yet, even the best secular education cannot keep our children from dying, nor can it equip them to fend off Satan. Ah, but there is an education we can give our children that does both!

A Christian education is costly. No doubt about it. To be a life-long follower of Jesus and learner of his word costs each believer the cross of total dedication and devotion to the One who purchased us with his blood. But, make no mistake about it, a Christian education is more than worth it! It is bar none the best education money can't buy, bringing us nothing less than the salvation of our souls and the power and guidance for a purpose-filled life of God-pleasing service. Listen to what you get for a Christian education and grow in the wisdom that brings you salvation!

August 16th, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

Most of us, no doubt, have seen the "You're not you when you're hungry" Snickers commercials. In one commercial Aretha Franklin is sitting in the back seat of a group of guys on a road trip; in another Betty White is playing wide receiver for a group of guys playing a pickup game of tackle football no pads on the weekend. When they're given a Snickers bar to bite into presto the "Aretha" and "Betty" in those guys disappears and they're back to themselves, the real them. In his word our Lord identifies the real us according to our baptismal faith - mirror reflections of God himself. Ah, but apart from Jesus, the Bread of Life. We will and can never be the real us in practice. So, bite into the Bread of Life. It satisfies! And be the real you!

Citius, altius, fortius! Faster, higher, stronger! That is the motto of the modern Olympic games. In a very real sense that is also the motto the Lord Jesus has adopted for his body, of which we are members through faith in him. Christ, our Head, wants us going ever faster, higher, and stronger, that is, he wants us ever reaching new heights and setting new records in faith and its fruits! Listen now to how the Lord empowers and enables his body to do that and go faster and higher than you have ever gone and be stronger than you have ever been in Christ.

TV chef Anthony Bourdain has jokingly said, "Your body is not a temple. It's an amusement park. Enjoy the ride." But to God his body, of which we are members through faith in Jesus, is no joke. It is his temple. He takes its health and maintenance with the utmost seriousness. He is out to build and strengthen his body and make it beautiful, powerful, and keep it eternally alive. Hear how he does so, and be a stronger and healthier member of the body of Christ than you have ever been.

You've seen the Gatorade commercial showing various athletes sweating green, blue, purple, yellow, and red, signifying that Gatorade is in them, assuring that they will have the energy to persevere and finish victorious. The commercial concludes with the pertinent question: Gatorade - Is it in You? In light of the difficult, exhausting labor that our Savior requires of us in our mission to proclaim his name and in our Christ-like service to one another in our daily vocations in life, this week we ask the most pertinent question of all: God's Word - Is it in You? May it ever be, that in both our mission and vocation we persevere and come out victorious!

Greetings Friends,

The Lord has placed on our agenda a "great and noble mission" as one of our prayers says, but in many respects it is a real life, honest-to-goodness Mission: Impossible. See how our impossibility is the Lord's opportunity to showcase his almighty power and astounding grace to enable us to complete Mission: Impossible, and be empowered to accomplish Operation Go and Tell. *Pastor's Note: My sincere apologies to Miss Autumn Veatch, who survived an incredible ordeal in the Cascades, and her family. Relying on my ever failing memory instead of double checking my sources, I renamed her "Amanda." My apologies for the error.

Pastor Salinas

Baptism & Sermon for Pentecost 7, Mark 6:1-6, Christian vs. Home

July 5th, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

Sermon for Pentecost 6, Mark 5:21-24, 35-43 - Don't be afraid of the dark!

Mark 4:35-41 - What is Captain Jesus Doing in the Storm?

Sermon for Pentecost 3, 2 Co 4:5-9, Good Thing We're Made of Clay!

Grace Lutheran Church & School, Yakima, WA joyfully and gratefully celebrates the 63rd graduation service of Grace Lutheran School. To God alone be the praise and glory for the blessing of our Christian Day School where we tell the next generation the praiseworthy deeds of the Lord!

Acts 2:1-21: The Gospel Makes Us Extraordinary Part 2

Acts 2:1-21, The Gospel Makes Us Extraordinary!

Acts 11-11, He's Gone! Now What?

May 10th, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

John 15:9-17: My Best Friend, My Savior!

May 3rd, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

Acts 1611-15: Don't Worry, It's Going to be a Good Crop This Year

April 26th, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

Psalm 23, What if We Had No Shepherd?

April 25th, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

1 Peter 24-6, Bill Gilbreath Built Rock-Solid!

April 19th, 2015

Pastor David Salinas

1 Peter 2:19-24: What if there was no forgiveness?

April 5th, 2015 Easter Sunday

Pastor David Salinas

1 Corinthians 15:19 & 20: What if Jesus had not risen?

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