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Once a month Lydia and Becca focus on a lectionary or liturgical aspect of worship and discuss creative things you can do in worship or in the life of the congregation in "What's Brewing?". Each episode also include Scripture Shots with a quick creative thing you can do each week based on the Revised Common Lectionary and a Chaser which is a shout out to another resource you can turn to for creative worship. All this is done with some favorite or punny beer, cider, wine or alcohol suggestions.
 
Word of God Evangelical Lutheran Church of Pana, Illinois is a group of Jesus' disciples whose only purpose is to continue in Jesus' Word, the Holy Scriptures. "Word of God" is one of the names given to Jesus Christ in the Bible (Rev:19:13 - John1:1,14 - IJohn5:7). Our Church is founded on Jesus, the Word of God. He is our God and our only Savior (John8:31-32). If the Bible teaches it, we teach it. If the Bible does not teach it, we do not teach it. We do not add to the Bible, we do not detr ...
 
Typically, it’s said there are two sides to every story. But often a middle or third side of the storyteller or an issue is revealed, providing another perspective to consider. Three Sides is a monthly podcast featuring stories from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). As a church that believes God is calling us into the world – together, Three Sides will present diverse voices from across the ELCA. Listen as we share unique stories from the many expressions of this church. •Fr ...
 
This daily Lenten devotional podcast is compiled of interviews of members of Christ the Servant Lutheran Church in Waukesha, WI, as they wrestle with questions about faith, Christianity, and church in today's context. For more information about Christ the Servant, visit christtheservant.org.
 
Holy Shenanigans will inspire and encourage you -- all in the name of love. Each week you’ll be encouraged to look for glimmers of the spiritual in your everyday life. Your guide is Tara Lamont Eastman: a creative, a feminist, a pastor and all-around sacred mischief-maker. She's spiritual, not stuffy.
 
This site features sermons preached by The Rev. Alex Zuber. He serves as a Pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). A native of Roanoke, Virginia, Alex attended James Madison University, the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, and served a Lutheran Parish in Luray, Virginia from 2014-2018. He currently serves as Associate Pastor at Muhlenberg Lutheran Church and resides with his wife and their Dog (Ayra) and cat (Toothless) in Harrisonburg, VA.
 
A podcast of the weekly sermon by Pastor Marie Duquette at King of Kings Lutheran Church in Ann Arbor, Michigan. A congregation, in Ann Arbor, MI, committed to the work of justice, mercy and inclusion. See all our FULL VIDEO SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICES on https://www.youtube.com/c/BeYeLifted. The song, Be Ye Lifted!, was written by Ru Knoedler and sung by Roots & Wings. (copyrighted)Pastor's Blog (Take Off Your Shoes): https://marinawell.com/Podcast (weekly sermons)https://www.buzzsprout.com/456 ...
 
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November 22, 2020. As we continue to rethink and reimagine everything we're doing these days, maybe it's time to reimagine what it means to say that Jesus is our king, and what Jesus’ kingdom looks like. On this Christ the King Sunday, we intentionally leave the palaces, and the crowns, and the money, and the power behind us, and we see Christ the …
 
Our gospel text today picks up from the past weeks of Jesus talking about the challenges of waiting for the new age to come, a time that will be marked by God’s vision of abundant justice and peace for all. There are a lot of unanswered questions in the air about being Jesus’ disciples in the midst of waiting and about recognizing God’s presence wh…
 
Read more on BishopMike.com Advent 4B – December 20, 2020 2 Samuel 7:1-11, 16 – David’s house is built, and now he wants to move God from the tent (wilderness tabernacle) to a house (temple). Luke 1:47-55 – The Magnificat. Mary’s song. My soul magnifies the Lord and my spirit rejoices in God my Savior… (ELW pp. 314-315, hymns 236, 251, 573, 723, 88…
 
November 15, 2020. Guest Pastor Karen Scherer preaches on the Parable of the Talents from Matthew 25. Readings: 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11, Matthew 25:14-30 *** Transcript *** Okay, would you all please pray with me? Holy and loving God, we pray open our hearts and our minds this day to receive your word and free us. In your holy name we pray. Amen. We…
 
In the 25th chapter of Matthew, Jesus tells a harsh story about a master and his three slaves. Where do we find Jesus in this story? Other ways to engage: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVWQGHpO3YV4aOKXH6ZK6Qw Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/456382 Twitter: https://twitter.com/LiftedYe Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beyelifted/…
 
Trust can often be a matter of life and death. Do you trust your doctor? Do you trust the babysitter? Trust in our political leaders is at an all-time low. The trust you have in the promises of God affects the way you live out your faith. Trust is a big issue. Maybe a good place to start is to realize how much trust God has in you. Scripture: Matth…
 
Today’s gospel picks up where we left off after last week’s parable with the bridesmaids and the lamps. Today’s parable is a bit more complicated, and it’s difficult to interpret. But, Biblical scholars remind us that parables aren’t direct and oftentimes, they don’t prescribe. Parables are meant to describe some kind of reality, to invite us into …
 
Southwestern Minnesota Synod Minister Steve Cook preaches and presides at the Installation today. Pastor Steve preaches on the Gospel text for this 24th Sunday after Pentecost, the Parable of the Talents. During the time of COVID we seem to be a lot like kids in the back seat during a road trip. “Are we there yet?” Are we back to “normal” yet? Will…
 
Jesus tells a confusing parable in the 25th chapter of Matthew. In this week's podcast, guest preacher Vicar Anna Taylor-McCants invites us to hear the Gospel message in this story. What is Jesus asking us to do? Other ways to engage: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVWQGHpO3YV4aOKXH6ZK6Qw Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/456382 Twitte…
 
November 8, 2020. Pastor Meagan's sermon today is on Jesus' Parable of the Ten Bridesmaids, and being prepared in the midst of so many long hauls. Readings: Amos 5:18-24, Matthew 25:1-13] *** Transcript *** I am a planner. I always have been, since birth. As a kid, I loved to read Nancy Drew mystery books, and when I read the Tale of the Twister, i…
 
Jesus tells another parable this morning about what the Kingdom of God is like, and it involves a lot of unknowns. Boy doesn’t that feel familiar right now? There are a lot of things we just don’t know. AND YET, there are some things we CAN know, and the prophet Amos offers some very clear instruction on what God wants us to know, even in the midst…
 
Watch Video of this Week's Service on our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwMsPoeM4OrCBk1eBSKOO0uQmBcswQIPI Guest Leader, Matt Tangman Twenty-third Sunday after Pentecost Memory Verse: Amos 5:24 24But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream. --------------- View this week's Service Bu…
 
Perhaps today’s story hits a little too close to home. After all, I think we’ve all been a part of a group that had to wait and wait and wait. Waiting with anxiety. Waiting throughout the night. Waiting for a little sign. Waiting for the celebration. Waiting. Has anyone had that experience? No? Come on, a yes/no in the chat-anyone?... The post Firs…
 
This week Bethlehem is celebrating Commitment Sunday for our 2021 Ministry & Mortgage Appeal: “A Great Beginning.” Pastor Chad preaches on the Gospel story of Zacchaeus. As we look forward to a new era in pastoral leadership it is important to understand the “Why?” of our ministry together. Jesus sets Zacchaeus apart as someone who gets the “Why?” …
 
November 1, 2020. Pastor Meagan's sermon on this All Saint's Day celebrates all the saints who have come before us. Readings: Revelation 7:9-17, 1 John 3:1-3, Matthew 5:1-12 *** Transcript *** Some years ago, we got word that Joanne O’Neil, a beloved administrator of the church and school that we attended as kids, had died. Although she wasn't a fa…
 
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