The Good News From The Gardens Podcast

Welcome to The Good News From The Gardens Podcast. I am Pastor Steve Winsor, of Nativity Lutheran Church and School in Palm Beach Gardens Florida. Each week I will be sharing a message grounded in faith, hope and love of God from our Sunday worship service right here via this podcast. I hope you consider subscribing and sharing this message with others.

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Pastor Steve Winsor

Welcome to The Good News From The Gardens podcast.
 
Hi! I am Pastor Steve Winsor, of Nativity Lutheran Church nd School in Palm Beach Gardens Florida. I take God's love of us in Jesus Christ seriously, but as evidenced by this picture, I don't take myself too seriously. It is this grace filled vantage point from which I share with you a message grounded in faith, hope and love of God from our Sunday worship service right here via this podcast. I hope you consider subscribing and sharing this message with others.
 

Episodes

Friday May 10, 2024

Both God and Jesus said, “Listen”. It was a heads up that what they were about to say was important. I believe everyone has something important to say. Everyone has a story, an event that helps to define who they are, and possess the power to connect us to one another in ways that only the Holy Spirit can.
Our first guests are longtime member (40+ years) Karen Joyce, and her son Bret Rizzo (first person to attend seminary from Nativity Lutheran). Karen prays. Bret amazes at his mother's faith, and both recall the early years of Nativity. 
Who will we listen to next? Maybe you! Contact Pastor Steve at pastor@pbnativity.com before he contacts you!
Visit Nativity's website by clicking here.

Monday May 06, 2024

Acts 10:44-48
John 15:9-17
In this message we continue with Jesus’ analogy of himself the vine, and we the branches, as it relates to friendship, and loving one another as Jesus loves you. In Acts, Peter advocates for the baptism of Gentiles. In both texts, the definition of love and servitude is expanding. How might you better define friendship in the name of God's inclusive love in Jesus Christ?
Click here to visit Nativity's Website
 

04/28/24 | Baptism Unbridled

Monday Apr 29, 2024

Monday Apr 29, 2024

Acts 8:26-40
John 15:1-8
The Spirit leads us to grow the kingdom here on earth. We are led, to lead, and assist in someone’s belief in Jesus Christ as their source of life, healing and forgiveness. Someone needs you to step into their life; to reopen the doors of the church to them, to step into the waters of baptism with them. Abiding in the Lord means constant pruning. It is an ongoing refinement of our connection to Christ. Consider this…you may be the starting point or the relationship of reengagement for a person to abide in the love of God in Jesus Christ. You may the starting point for someone’s healing. You may the starting point for someone’s understanding for how to deal and live in this disruptive world. You me the starting point for someone to hear the good news of Jesus Christ as being tailored for them! How does that abide in you, stay, remain in your heart?...Fear? Anxiety? Excite? Empower? Listen to this podcast and be encouraged to dive in for the Lord.
Click here to visit Pastor Steve's congregation Nativity Lutheran in Palm Beach Gardens, FL.

Saturday Apr 27, 2024

Psalm 23
John 10:11-18
If the 23rd Psalm is a profession of the Lord as a shepherd, then John 10:11-18 is the assured response of the Lord being a good shepherd. In the John text Jesus aligns his life with that of a shepherd who is invested in his flock. Unlike a haired hand, a good shepherd goes to all lengths for the sheep that are “in” the flock and those who aren’t quite yet, including death. It is because of Jesus death and resurrection that we today know, still waters, green pastures, right paths, comfort, confidence, abundance, goodness and mercy. This morning we will focus on the 23rd Psalm.
Click here to visit Pastor Steve's congregation Nativity Lutheran in Palm Beach Gardens, FL.

Friday Apr 26, 2024


Luke 24:36-48
The night of the day in which Jesus resurrected, He appears amongst the disciples. Luke’s assessed the disciple's state of heart and mind as being, joyful disbelief and still wondering. They are joyful in the midst of disbelieving and yet still wondering. Think about that for a moment, what it is, to be joyful in the midst of disbelief and wondering?

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