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Litany for the Whole World Element of Worship by Anonymous http://globalworship.tumblr.com/post/165947989100/litany-for-the-whole-world-a-prayer-for-world Element of Worship by Anonymous Topics: Faith , Poverty , Prayer , Church Source: Global Worship A prayer for World Communion Sunday, "Litany for the Whole World," which speaks to opportunities for ministry in each major part of the world. Following the Leader Children's Sermon by Anonymous https://www.sermons4kids.com/following-the-leader.html Children's Sermon by Anonymous Topics: Jesus , Calling , Children , Discipleship Source: Sermons 4 Kids This sermon for children uses a song from the movie "Peter Pan" to introduce the idea of following the leader. We choose which leaders to follow, and Jesus calls us to follow him (Mark 1:16-18). Ambition: The Gift with an Asterisk Devotional by Anonymous https://www.theologyofwork.org/the-high-calling/ambition-gift-asterisk Devotional by Anonymous Topics: Sacrifice , Service , Ministry , Humility Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling You and I won’t know healthy ambition until we learn to give our life to others, and that’s exactly what Jesus did. A Youth Pastor and a Concerned Parent Talk about Evolution and Christian Faith Article by Anonymous https://biologos.org/blogs/guest/a-youth-pastor-and-a-concerned-parent-talk-about-evolution-and-christian-faith Article by Anonymous Topics: Faith , Parenting , Christian , Evolution Source: Biologos This exchange between a concerned parent and a youth pastor about evolutionary creationism has considerable information for a minister interested in handling this topic appropriately. A Voice in the Wilderness Children's Sermon by Anonymous https://www.sermons4kids.com/voice_in_the_wilderness.htm Children's Sermon by Anonymous Topics: Repentance , Preparation , John the Baptist , Baptism Source: Sermons 4 Kids This sermon for children uses cleaning a house in anticipation of an important visitor, to illustrate the call of John the Baptist to "prepare the way of the Lord" (Matthew 3:1-3). Sheep without a Shepherd Children's Sermon by Anonymous https://www.sermons4kids.com/sheep_without_a_shepherd.htm Children's Sermon by Anonymous Topics: Compassion , Jesus , Children , Sheep Source: Sermons 4 Kids This children's sermon uses the Mother Goose rhyme "Little Bo Peep" to introduce the idea of people being like sheep without a shepherd. Jesus did not "leave them alone" but had compassion on them (Mark 6:34). When God Calls Your Name Children's Sermon by Anonymous https://www.sermons4kids.com/when_god_calls_your_name.htm Children's Sermon by Anonymous Topics: Calling , Name , Samuel , Children Source: Sermons 4 Kids This sermon for children tells the story of God calling the boy Samuel (1 Samuel 3:4), and mentions other scriptural examples of God calling someone by name (Exodus 3:4, Luke 19:5, Acts 9:1-5). Parable of the Pharisee and Tax Collector Sermon Starter/Outline by Anonymous https://www.theologyofwork.org/the-high-calling/parable-pharisee-and-tax-collector Sermon Starter/Outline by Anonymous Topics: Pharisees , Humility , Pride Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling This sermon starter on Luke 18:9-14 observes that a person can have an inner Pharisee who looks down on others and an inner tax collector who is conscious of the need for mercy. Gaining Our Lives Article by Anonymous https://www.theologyofwork.org/the-high-calling/thriving-through-stress-gaining-our-lives Article by Anonymous Topics: Work , Rest , Jesus , Change Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling When stress stretches us to the breaking point, Jesus whispers, 'Come to me, all those who are weary laden and I will give you rest.'” He is calling us to thrive despite our stress. All We Like Sheep Children's Sermon by Anonymous https://www.sermons4kids.com/all_we_like_sheep.htm Children's Sermon by Anonymous Topics: Sin , Jesus , Salvation , Calling Source: Sermons 4 Kids This children's sermon from Isaiah 53:6 teaches children that while all of us like sheep have gone astray, fortunately, we have a shepherd to lead us home and Jesus is that shepherd. Moses and the Burning Bush Children's Sermon by Anonymous https://www.sermons4kids.com/moses_and_the_burning_bush.htm Children's Sermon by Anonymous Topics: God , Moses , Children , Calling Source: Sermons 4 Kids This sermon for children uses several types of footwear as an object lesson for the story of Moses' encounter with God at the burning bush (Exodus 3:1-14). Go and Tell Children's Sermon by Anonymous https://www.sermons4kids.com/go_and_tell.htm Children's Sermon by Anonymous Topics: Healing , Jesus , Thankfulness , Bible Source: Sermons 4 Kids This children's sermon from Luke 8:39 teaches children that telling others what God has done for us is an important part of following Jesus. Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Children's Sermon by Anonymous https://www.sermons4kids.com/millionaire.htm Children's Sermon by Anonymous Topics: Jesus , Commandments , Children , Wealth and poverty Source: Sermons 4 Kids This sermon for children uses the idea of becoming a millionaire to introduce discussion of the danger of wealth, as in the case of the rich man who turned away from Jesus (Mark 10:17-27). We Are All in Marketing Now Article by Anonymous https://www.theologyofwork.org/the-high-calling/building-platform-we-are-all-marketing-now Article by Anonymous Topics: Stewardship , Work , Ministry , Evangelism Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling The rapid evolution of social media, etc., places more power in the hands of consumers, et al. This transition means marketing and platform-building are shifting away from shameless self-promotion and toward a more others-centered approach. A Life of Purpose and Meaning Devotional by Anonymous https://www.theologyofwork.org/the-high-calling/life-purpose-and-meaning Devotional by Anonymous Topics: Faithfulness , Work Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling Our work enables us to contribute to the common good. Work enables us to find a great deal of meaning in our daily lives as well as leave a footprint of influence in the world. In the Potter's Hand Children's Sermon by Anonymous https://www.sermons4kids.com/potters_hand.htm Children's Sermon by Anonymous Topics: Advent , Sin , Salvation , Change Source: Sermons 4 Kids This children's sermon from Isaiah 64:8 teaches children the importance of repentance by trusting God as the potter who can mold us like clay to do his will. God at Work: No Career Changes Needed Article by Anonymous https://www.theologyofwork.org/the-high-calling/god-work-no-career-changes-needed Article by Anonymous Topics: Evangelism , Discipleship , Ministry , Service Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling Christian ministry is simply a matter of being faithful to share the gospel wherever God has placed us. Losing Jesus Children's Sermon by Anonymous https://www.sermons4kids.com/losing-jesus.html Children's Sermon by Anonymous Topics: Jesus , Temple , Mary , Joseph, Saint Source: Sermons 4 Kids This sermon for children uses the story of Jesus' separation from Mary and Joseph (Luke 2:41-51), with the application that sometimes we "lose" Jesus, i.e., forget about or ignore Jesus. The Sign of Immanuel Sermon Starter/Outline by Anonymous https://www.theologyofwork.org/the-high-calling/sign-immanuel Sermon Starter/Outline by Anonymous Topics: God , Prayer Source: Theology of Work: The High Calling This sermon starter encourages us to approach God in prayer and not put God in a box such as being too busy (Isaiah 7:10-14). God Chooses a King Children's Sermon by Anonymous https://www.sermons4kids.com/god_chooses_a_king.htm Children's Sermon by Anonymous Topics: David , King , Samuel , Children Source: Sermons 4 Kids This sermon for children uses sports equipment as an object lesson for the story of the choosing and anointing of David as king by Samuel (1 Samuel 16:1-13).

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