Pilot Knob Lutheran Church

Sanctify Them by the truth;
your word is truth.

John 17:17 Niv

Join Us For Our Sunday Service 9:00 am


Thanks for visiting. We’re excited about what we can offer both members of Pilot Knob Lutheran and the surrounding community. There are many churches in the North Iowa area, each with its unique ability of serving in the Body of Christ. We pray you find the congregation God has chosen for you to serve.

Daily Devotions

“Faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead.” – James 2:17 

One of the most simple actions we can take as Christians in the personal strengthening of our faith is to do daily devotions. And today, with the advent of the internet, receiving your daily dose of law and gospel has never been easier. Discover God’s grace through a multitude of faith-enriching devotionals. 

Our Daily Bread: http://odb.org

The Word For You Today: www.bobgass.com

Listen To Sermons

Pilot Knob Lutheran Church provides recordings of services on this web site and Facebook.

Listen to Pastor Snitzer’s Sunday morning message!

View Services on Facebook.

Join us Sunday at 2391 330th St.
9:00 AM:
Sunday Morning Worship
Sunday School classes for all ages will resume this fall

GriefShare meets at Pilot Knob Lutheran Church every other Sunday from 2-3:30. Go to www.GriefShare.org  for more information on meeting days.

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Senior Advice

Interested people who need help finding assisted living, nursing home care, home healthcare, or other senior living services can reach one of our local advisors at 1-855-205-9448.  Questions can be addressed to Emma Williams, Community Outreach and Senior Advocate at:  emma@senioradvice.com

Paying for Senior Care

About us

Today Pilot Knob Lutheran Church maintains a mission to worship God and proclaim His Word so that people experience salvation in Jesus, mature in their faith, and equip all to serve in the church and in the world.


Official communication to the public


Does It Matter?

Why would the bible tell us what sort of things to think about? Do we need ‘thought police?” In the mid-1960s Mao Zedong saw independent thought as the enemy of his Chinese revolution. Can’t we think what we want, after all our thoughts are secret and no one needs to know.

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Tell the Truth

I’ve mentioned truth in past communiques, but today I want us to see it from an individual perspective, because truth is vital for a healthy emotional and consequently physical life. Pr. 23:7 As a (man) thinks within himself, so he is. This is saying our feelings, passions and behavior are subject to and conditioned by what we think, i.e., by what we believe to be true.

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A Time for War

We are all born with God given talents and gifts including musicians (1 Samuel 16:18, 23; 1 Chronicles 23:5, 25:7), Artisans (1 Kings 5:8-9), hunter (Genesis 25:27), Jeweler Exodus 35:33), Engraver (Exodus 35:35), Sage (1 King 4:29-34), Athlete (Judges 13-16), Songwriter (Exodus 2:48), Civil Ruler (Genesis 41:41-42, Acts 18:26, Nehemiah 5:14, Daniel 2:48),

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In Spite Of

n a world that is saturated in negative news, people on one side of the moral and political spectrum vilifying their opponents’ beliefs and opinions, it becomes easier to be critical of our own thoughts and behavior or lack of. Where does that end; it doesn’t until we are defeated. It robs us of joy and peace not to mention truth.

King David, after his selfish blunder with another man’s wife, Bathsheba, comes under great conviction for his immoral action and

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Not By Might

Some of you remember the difficulty organizing and rebuilding the church after it was set on fire July 3, 2000. Plans were needed, money financed, construction company secured and of course

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Pilot Knob Lutheran          Peace                  5/8/2024 We hear a lot today about wars: Russia and Ukraine, Israel and Hamas, the potential war between China and

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