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Element of Worship
Reflections on the Extraordinary in Ordinary Time
Reflecting on the liturgical season after Pentecost known as "ordinary time," this sermon by Frank Hegedus on Matthew 25:31-46 concludes that throughout Church history God has continued to do extraordinary things in our lives.
Sermon (Complete) | Sermons That Work | Frank Hegedus
Call to Worship Revisited and Ordinary Time
John Witvliet answers a question about the call to worship (its length, from scripture or not, etc.). Another question he deals with is why we call the time after Pentecost "Ordinary Time"
Article | Reformed Worship | John D. Witvliet
Trusting God in Ordinary Times
A sermon starter on Psalm 66:1-11, Jeremiah 29:1-7, Luke 17:11-19 and 2 Timothy 2:8-15 about finding, trusting and thanking God in the ordinary times.
Sermon Starter/Outline | Sermons That Work | Ryan Pollock
Working on Labor Day
This article from The High Calling explores the link between faith and work.
Article | The High Calling