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Our Lenten Vocation Commentary/Exegesis by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/our-lenten-vocation-serving-and-preserving-gods-garden Commentary/Exegesis by Patricia K Tull Topics: Creation , Environment , Vocation Source: Working Preacher Patricia Tull writes about the human vocation to serve and cultivate creation, traces the theme of the “ground” or “land” throughout Genesis, and highlights the natural settings of Old and New Testament passages. God's Covenant with All Creatures Image by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/gods-covenant-with-all-creatures Image by Patricia K Tull Topics: Creation , Science and Nature , Climate change , Earth Source: Working Preacher Patricia Tull’s devotional emphasizes that God’s covenant in Genesis 9:8-17 is with all creatures; we are invited to be partners in care and healing of the earth. God is Great, God is Good Commentary/Exegesis by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/god-is-great-god-is-good Commentary/Exegesis by Patricia K Tull Topics: Blessing , Gratitude , Thanksgiving , Ordinary Time Source: Working Preacher Patricia Tull meditates on Psalm 145, a psalm focusing on God's greatness and goodness. God's provision is not just for the elite, not just for Israel, not just for people, but for all creation and creatures. God of Death and Life Article by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/god-of-death-and-life Article by Patricia K Tull Topics: Death , Lectionary , Daily Living , Resurrection of the dead Source: Working Preacher Patricia Tull surveys the Scripture texts of a Lenten season as they relate to the themes of life and death. The scriptures say repeatedly that life and death "are not what they appear to be." Deep Winter Light Devotional by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/deep-winter-light Devotional by Patricia K Tull Topics: Jesus , Creation , God's Deliverance , Light Source: Working Preacher Patricia Tull discuss light versus darkness. She reminds us of how important light is, how light from the sun provides so much for us, and how Christ is described as light in the Bible. Pope Francis on Humans, Nature, and Power Article by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/pope-francis-on-humans-nature-and-power Article by Patricia K Tull Topics: Culture , Creation , Science and Nature , Pope Source: Working Preacher Patricia Tull analyzes and reflects on Pope Francis's encyclical “Praised Be: On the Care of Our Common Home,” reflecting on the themes of power, creation care, and social responsibility. Sacred Earth, Broken Earth Commentary/Exegesis by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/sacred-earth-broken-earth Commentary/Exegesis by Patricia K Tull Topics: Lent , Creation , Scripture , Preaching Source: Working Preacher Patricia Tull looks at the environmental dimensions of several scriptural passages for Lent, and suggests ways to bring God's creation into our preaching. Bread from Heaven Commentary/Exegesis by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/bread-from-heaven Commentary/Exegesis by Patricia K Tull Topics: Blessing , God's Provision , Food , Heaven Source: Working Preacher Patricia Tull introduces John 6 by discussing the themes of food and nourishment in relation to Jesus' ministry, noting how these themes connect to other Old Testament passages. The Best Christmas Ever Sermon Starter/Outline by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/the-best-christmas-ever Sermon Starter/Outline by Patricia K Tull Topics: Christmas , Advent , Consumerism , Community Source: Working Preacher Patricia Tull reflects on Christmas gift-giving and the annual disconnect between holiday frenzy and the simple clarity of Jesus. God in the Wild Sermon Starter/Outline by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/god-in-the-wild Sermon Starter/Outline by Patricia K Tull Topics: Creation , Wilderness , Nature , Silence Source: Working Preacher In this sermon resource, Patricia Tull comments on how in the wilderness or in the wild place, we can be regenerated in spirit, being reminded that life in God’s world offers more than society’s diversions. Take the Challenge! Article by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/take-the-challenge Article by Patricia K Tull Topics: Politics , Stewardship , Preaching , Daily Living Source: Working Preacher In this article, Patricia Tull encourages preachers to recognize the interconnectedness between the Word, the world, and God’s people: “Environmental concerns are human concerns; environmental justice is human justice.” Resurrection Community on Earth Sermon Starter/Outline by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/resurrection-community-on-earth Sermon Starter/Outline by Patricia K Tull Topics: Creation , Community , Stewardship , Easter Source: Working Preacher In this sermon resource, Patricia Tull reflects on April preaching passages leading up to Earth Day by inviting us to examine the theme of community, not just of people, but cosmically, too. Blessing of Animals Commentary/Exegesis by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/worship/feast-day-of-st-francis Commentary/Exegesis by Patricia K Tull Topics: Creation , St. Francis of Assisi , Blessing Source: Working Preacher In connection with the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi, Patricia Tull reflects on scriptures which convey God's love for animals and what we can learn from relating to animals. Restless Idols Sermon Illustration by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/restless-idols Sermon Illustration by Patricia K Tull Topics: Ten Commandments , Culture , Idolatry , Worship Source: Working Preacher This article by Patricia Tull points out the different manufactured idols of our day that can be worshipped alongside Jesus' call of "no one can serve two masters...You cannot serve God and wealth." Abundance and Need Article by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/abundance-and-need Article by Patricia K Tull Topics: Money , Politics , Science and Nature , Power Source: Working Preacher In this article, Patricia Tull lists several passages that connect with the moral and religious imperatives guiding environmental efforts. The Great Community Sermon Starter/Outline by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/the-great-community Sermon Starter/Outline by Patricia K Tull Topics: Creation , Kingdom of God , Environment , Preaching Source: Working Preacher Focusing on environmental themes in scripture, this article by Patricia Tull shows how nature is represented through Song of Solomon 2:8-13, Psalms 1, 19, 124, 146, Mark 7-9, and the epistle of James. A Sustaining, Sustainable Gospel Commentary/Exegesis by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/a-sustaining-sustainable-gospel Commentary/Exegesis by Patricia K Tull Topics: Stewardship , Creation , Consumerism , Environment Source: Working Preacher Biblical scholar Patricia Tull highlights the way in which the stories of Luke 10 and 11 invite us to live sustainably for all creation, human and non-human, and to maintain simplicity in daily cares. Trading Our Birthright? Sermon Starter/Outline by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/trading-our-birthright Sermon Starter/Outline by Patricia K Tull Topics: Stewardship , Creation , Kingdom of God , Environment Source: Working Preacher In this article Patricia Tull uses four books of the Bible to explore how we understand our place in the community of creation. Caring for Creation until End Times Commentary/Exegesis by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/caring-for-creation-until-end-times Commentary/Exegesis by Patricia K Tull Topics: Stewardship , Creation , Environment , Eschatology Source: Working Preacher In this commentary on the role of creation in God's plan of salvation, Patricia Hull lists multiple Scriptural emphases on the importance of caring for creation. Natural Gratitude Sermon Starter/Outline by Patricia K Tull https://www.workingpreacher.org/columnist/natural-gratitude Sermon Starter/Outline by Patricia K Tull Topics: Creation , Nature , Thanksgiving , Environment Source: Working Preacher This article by Patricia Tull points out all the different ways that you can help lead your congregation into being grateful for nature. Provided as well are scriptures that have environmental themes.