Welcome to Our Savior Lutheran Church Website

Our Savior Lutheran Church is a confessional congregation of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS). For over 60 years, we have taught that among God's people learning is drawn from the clear truth of God's eternal Word, the Bible . Our focus is on the cross where our savior Jesus Christ died so that we might live with him here and in eternity.

"For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life."
John 3:16

Located in northwest Houston, close to the corner of Tidwell and Antoine near Highway 290, Our Savior Lutheran Church offers a variety of learning and giving opportunities for Houston families. Join us for our Sunday services, Bible Studies, ministries and fellowship and experience the power of the Word.

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 A Word from God's Word . . .

12/15 - "Comfort, comfort My people, says your God."  (Isaiah 40:1 - ESV) God's instructions to Isaiah years ago are the same as today.  Yet today, God's servants are called to comfort God's people.  But the comfort can only come after God's servants have pointed out to God's people their sins of thought, word, and deed.  When humbled by the Law, God's people can then be comforted by the sweet news of the Gospel - God's forgiving love!
12/16 - "The Lord hath done great things for us; whereof we are glad." (Psalm 126:3 - KJV) This is the response of God's people after hearing the good news from God's servants that our sins have all been forgiven - covered by the blood of our Savior, Jesus Christ.
12/17 - "The Spirit  of the Lord God is upon me, because the Lord has anointed me to bring good news to the poor."  (Isaiah 61:1a - ESV) The faithful servant of God recognizes the important role to which God has called him - to bring good news (the Gospel) to God's people - the "poor" (not in wealth, but in spirit - the humble).  A task, a privilege, that should never be taken lightly.
12/18 - "Moreover, it is required of stewards (caretakers, ministers)  that they be found  trustworthy.  (I Cor. 4:2 - ESV) A minister is not called by God to be one of His servants for personal glory or acclaim.  They are called to bring glory to God by proclaiming His message to His people - Law and Gospel; sin and grace - thereby enabling God's people to eventually be comforted.
12/19 - "Blessed is the one who does not fall away on account of Me."   (Matt. 11:6 - NIV) No one likes to hear about their sins.  But unless we are told about our sins, we will never realize our need for a Savior, who forgives those sins.  Don't give up on God when His Servants tell you about your sins. Keep listening for the sweet words of the Gospel - and take comfort!


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