Resources on Joanna Harader

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People Who Want to Be Included Commentary/Exegesis by Joanna Harader https://www.christiancentury.org/blogs/archive/2015-12/people-who-want-be-included Commentary/Exegesis by Joanna Harader Topics: Church , Mystery , Gentiles , Messiah Source: The Christian Century Joanna Harader's reflection on Ephesians 3:6-8 discusses a two-fold mystery: that gentiles were welcomed as fellow heirs in the community of the Jewish Messiah; and that gentiles wanted to be included. Confession of Our Sins Prayer Article by Joanna Harader https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2013/08/confession-deuteronomy-30-15-20.html Article by Joanna Harader Topics: Forgiveness , Prayer , Confession Source: Re-Worship Joanna Harader writes a prayer of confession inspired by Deuteronomy 30:15-20, which addresses the sins we make and asking for God's forgiveness. New Year's Prayer: Step by Step Element of Worship by Joanna Harader https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2012/12/new-years-prayer-step-by-step.html Element of Worship by Joanna Harader Topics: Prayer , New Year , New Life Source: Re-Worship Joanna Harader's prayer for the New Year petitions God to sanctify God's people in the coming year. Confession and Assurance Element of Worship by Joanna Harader https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2018/04/confession-luke-24.html Element of Worship by Joanna Harader Topics: Prayer , Confession , Fear , Doubt Source: Re-Worship Joanna Harader offers a responsive prayer of confession and words of assurance inspired by Luke 24:36-53. We confess our fear, doubt, and lack of understanding. Let the children serve Devotional by Joanna Harader https://www.christiancentury.org/blogs/archive/2015-12/let-children-serve Devotional by Joanna Harader Topics: Church , Children , Service , Samuel Source: The Christian Century Reflecting on the examples of young Samuel (1 Samuel 2:18-21) and young Jesus (Luke 2:41-51), Joanna Harader encourages churches "to allow children to teach and minister to us." Prayers of the People: Advent Element of Worship by Joanna Harader https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2012/11/prayers-of-people-advent-4.html Element of Worship by Joanna Harader Topics: Advent , Hope , Joy , Love Source: Re-Worship Joanna Harader's prayer for the end of Advent is an intercessory prayer for hope, peace, joy, and love. God’s People Live Together in Unity Element of Worship by Joanna Harader https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2012/04/call-to-worship-litany-psalm-133.html Element of Worship by Joanna Harader Topics: Easter , Worship , Unity Source: Re-Worship Joanna Harader's call to worship inspired by Psalm 133 celebrates how good a thing it is when all of God’s people live together in unity. Intergenerational Prayer for Pentecost Element of Worship by Joanna Harader https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2015/05/intergenerational-prayer-for-pentecost.html Element of Worship by Joanna Harader Topics: Pentecost , Prayer , Love , Witness Source: Re-Worship Joanna Harader offers an all-age, intergenerational prayer for Pentecost. "Give us courage to speak your love, everywhere we go, to everyone we meet." Foot Washing Prayer Element of Worship by Joanna Harader https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2014/03/foot-washing-prayer.html Element of Worship by Joanna Harader Topics: Faith , Prayer , Cross , Foot-washing Source: Re-Worship Joanna Harader writes a prayer of petition to follow a service of foot washing, which asks for the Holy Spirit to walk with the people towards the cross. The Many Names of the Holy Spirit Element of Worship by Joanna Harader https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2017/05/call-to-worship-for-pentecost.html Element of Worship by Joanna Harader Topics: Pentecost , Worship , Holy Spirit , God's Presence Source: Re-Worship This Pentecost Sunday responsive call to worship by Joanna Harader uses various titles for the Holy Spirit (e.g., Wind of God, Teacher of Wisdom, etc.) in asking the Holy Spirit to come into our worship. Mother's Heartbreak Sermon Starter/Outline by Joanna Harader https://www.christiancentury.org/article/2015-12/december-27-first-sunday-after-christmas-day Sermon Starter/Outline by Joanna Harader Topics: Christmas , Mother , Mary , Sacrifice Source: The Christian Century Joanna Harader compares the experience of Mary who raised the Son of God (Luke 2:41-52) with Hannah who committed her son to God's service (1 Samuel 2:18-20, 26), and with her own struggles as a parent. Following the Star Sermon Starter/Outline by Joanna Harader https://www.christiancentury.org/article/2015-12/january-3-epiphany-sunday Sermon Starter/Outline by Joanna Harader Topics: Epiphany , Journey , Magi Source: The Christian Century Commentary by Joanna Harader on Matthew 2:1-12: What made the magi follow the star? What makes us take leaps of faith in our own lives? The answer: God. Prayer of Releasing and Receiving Element of Worship by Joanna Harader https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2014/11/prayer-of-releasing-and-receiving.html Element of Worship by Joanna Harader Topics: Prayer , Christmas , Confession , Healing Source: Re-Worship This is a thoughtful prayer for Blue Christmas from Joanna Harader about releasing fear, anxiety, and pride, and receiving the gifts of God. Call to Worship Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2017/05/pentecost-call-to-worship.html Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst Topics: Baptism , Pentecost , Worship , God Source: Re-Worship Christine Longhurst presents Joanna Harader's responsive call to worship for a Pentecost celebration that includes baptism and communion. It connects the coming of the Spirit, receiving baptism, and taking communion. Benediction: Into the world to join God Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2012/06/exodus-benediction.html Element of Worship by Christine Longhurst Topics: Peace , Justice , God's Presence , God Source: Re-Worship Christine Longhurst presents Joanna Harader's benediction inspired by Exodus 3, where Moses encounters God at the burning bush. "Go out into the world to join God in the work of love, of peace, of justice." Multiplying Grace Element of Worship by Joanna Harader https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2014/10/offering-prayer-matthew-2514-20.html Element of Worship by Joanna Harader Topics: Prayer , Offering , Grace , Worship Planning Source: Re-Worship This is a prayer of dedication for the offering by Joanna Harader. Inspired by Jesus parable of the talents in Matthew 25:14-20, it invites God to multiply his gifts of grace. A Call to Worship the God of Justice and an Opening Prayer of Joy Element of Worship by Joanna Harader https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2015/12/call-to-worship-prayer-for-advent.html Element of Worship by Joanna Harader Topics: Advent , Prayer , Praise , CHILDREN OF GOD Source: Re-Worship This resource presents two elements of worship by Joanna Harader: a call to worship inspired by Psalm 146 and Luke 1:46-56 that praises God, and an opening prayer that expresses joy in identifying as God's children. Welcomed, Rested and Fed Element of Worship by Joanna Harader https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2017/06/call-to-worship-genesis-18.html Element of Worship by Joanna Harader Topics: Worship Planning Source: Re-Worship This is a responsive call to worship inspired by Genesis 18:1-7 from Joanna Harader that focuses on being welcomed, rested and fed by God. Easter Call to Worship Element of Worship by Joanna Harader https://re-worship.blogspot.com/2014/04/easter-call-to-worship-john-20.html Element of Worship by Joanna Harader Topics: Easter , Worship Planning , Resurrection Source: Re-Worship A responsive Easter call to worship by Joanna Harader, inspired by the resurrection events in John 20:1-18. Messy People, Merciful God Service Outline by Willemina Zwart https://www.reformedworship.org/article/december-2019/book-judges-messy-people-merciful-god Service Outline by Willemina Zwart Topics: Lent , Mercy , Disobedience , Confession Source: Reformed Worship Willemina Zwart offers service outlines for a Lenten series on the book of Judges. It includes visuals such as junk doors, ashes, and broken pottery to illustrate how God's mercy is greater than our messiness.