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GSLCVA Podcast

Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Herndon, Virginia, is a congregation that builds up God’s people through His Word for His world. To learn more about our vision, values, and how to get connected, visit our website: gslcva.org. You can find our services and more on our YouTube or Vimeo channels (@GSLCVA), and we invite you to stay connected with us on our Facebook and Instagram pages (@GSLCVA). We look forward to being in fellowship with you!

Sep 24, 2020

Today we offer a podcast version of our most recent “Virtual Visit” video. The video includes 3 parts: an in depth virtual tour, the signature sermon of our namesake, “The Good Shepherd” from our May 3 service, and a recording of our choir singing the Hymn, "The King Of Love My Shepherd Is “. Because the video...


Sep 20, 2020

When God told Jonah to deliver a message of forgiveness to the people in Nineveh, Jonah headed in the opposite direction—not because he was a coward but because he really didn’t want the Ninevites to hear this good news. He knew that if the Ninevites repented, God would indeed forgive them. In this sermon, “Love...


Sep 16, 2020

A Christian’s attitude toward giving might be considered upside down by those who are not Christ followers. Giving is about faith. When we give, we trust that Jehovah Jireh, the God of provision, will indeed provide what we need. In this podcast, Pastor Johann reminds us that the main focus of the church is to serve...


Sep 13, 2020

When our sins are forgiven, God does not ask, “What’s in it for me?” Instead, God’s amazing grace through Jesus is unconditional love. There are no strings attached to God’s forgiveness. Because of His mercy, no debts remain. In this message, “It’s All Good,” Pastor Johann challenges us to forgo revenge...


Sep 13, 2020

Praise Band Director Dan Lamaestra and Director of Christian Education (and Praise Band member) Andy Muich talk about “From Whom All Blessings Flow” and explore the history of the familiar traditional Doxology used as the song’s chorus. The hosts take a deep dive into the song and discuss the Trinitarian nature of...