Search ResultsLent, A Necessary Time of Preparation This resource provides an introduction to Lent and offers a comprehensive guide to Lenten planning. It provides suggestions for selecting passages, ideas for a sermon series, questions to consider, and sample elements of worship.
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See more hymns... Hymn: Great God, The Power, The Force Behind Creation This hymn was composed in 2007, and is appropriate for any time that uses themes of social justice, prejudice, war and peace, hatred, and Christ the King. It is set to the tune, INTERCESSOR. History of Hymns: “Let All Things Now Living” Michael Hawn discusses the hymn "Let All Things Now Living" by Katherine K. Davis, sung to the Welsh folk tune THE ASH GROVE. It speaks of all creation joining with humanity in praise to God. Creation Care in Church History A video interview with Dan Spencer on the history of Christians caring (or failing to care) for creation. He celebrates exemplars of creation care throughout the centuries. Plurality, Plurivocity, Particularity: Observations on Preaching Biblical Creation Accounts Part 3 Drawing on the creation narrative in Job 28:4-38, this article by Samuel Giere discusses how preaching is drawn from exegesis that engages with the "particularity of biblical texts." Creation Care and Relationship The teaching of God as Trinity implies that relationships are integral to God's Kingdom. In this film, Dan Spencer talks about creation care and its relationship to the Trinity, to our neighbors and to justice. Creation and Earth-Themed Sundays ... congregations around the world celebrate the Season of Creation, emphasizing earth-keeping throughout the Christian Year. Includes ... Creation Themes and Imagery During Advent Focusing on the theme of creation that is present in Advent, this article by Jerome Creach discusses the hope of restoration and redemption that is associated with "the life and ministry of Jesus." History of Hymns: “O God Who Shaped Creation” C. Michael Hawn discusses the history of the hymn "O God Who Shaped Creation" by William Watkins Reid, Jr. (1923-2007).