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Lent, 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. Resource type: Sermon Starter/Outline Source: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship
Reading Julian on Good Friday Drawing from the writings of Julian of Norwich, this Good Friday article by Jason Lief presents the sufferings of Christ on the cross as a symbol of finding new life in foolishness rather than honor. Resource type: Article Source: The Twelve Author: Jason Lief
Ash Wednesday Worship Outline of a worship service of repentance and renewal for Ash Wednesday, including prayers, invitation, scripture, music, imposition of ashes, benediction, and a link to a meditation by Debra Rienstra. Resource type: Element of Worship Source: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship Author: Debra Rienstra
History of Hymns: “Crashing Waters at Creation” This offers commentary on the 1991 hymn by Sylvia Dunstan (1955-1993): "Crashing Waters at Creation.” A baptismal hymn, it shows that water and Spirit cannot be separated, for water simultaneously quenches thirst and fills the soul. Resource type: Song/Hymn Source: Discipleship Ministries Author: Jay Regennitter Hymn: Great God Of All Creation (Aurelia) This hymn was composed in 2006, and is suitable for harvest celebration, rogatoi, creation, Earth Day, or general use. It is set to the tune, AURELIA. Resource type: Song/Hymn Source: Discipleship Ministries Author: Andrew Pratt Unimaginable Words This Maundy Thursday or Good Friday service is patterned after tenebrae, a service of shadows or darkness. The theme is the disciple Peter's reflections on his "unimaginable words" denying Christ and his beginning to heal afterwards. Resource type: Service Outline Source: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship
The Whole Creation Has Been Groaning Harry Alan Hahne reflects on God's plan to redeem the natural world when Christ returns (Romans 8:19-23). Until then, we are responsible to care for the creation including our own bodies. Resource type: Commentary/Exegesis Source: The Christian Reflection Project Author: Harry Alan Hahne Hymn: Great God Of All Creation (Ellacombe) This hymn was composed in 2006, and is suitable for harvest celebration, Rogation, creation, Earth Day, or general use. It is set to the tune, ELLACOMBE. Resource type: Song/Hymn Source: Discipleship Ministries Author: Andrew Pratt The First Day of Creation This Easter hymn by David W. Music and Samuel S. Wesley emphasizes the new creation that Christ's death and resurrection brings. Resource type: Song/Hymn Source: The Christian Reflection Project Author: David W. Music Creation This 2003 painting by Spanish artist Carlos Cenoz Bermejo depicts creation from Genesis 1-2. Resource type: Image Source: picassomio.com Author: Carlos Cenoz Bermejo Creation: God's First Bible In this video, Richard Rohr says that if there were more respect for God's revelation in the "low levels" of creation, there would be more respect for all humans, even those different from us. Resource type: Audio/Video Source: The Work of the People Full Text Hymns on Creation Praise the God of All CreationPD
Fairest Lord Jesus, Lord of All CreationPD
Let All Creation Bless the LordPD
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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. Resource type: Song/Hymn Source: Discipleship Ministries Author: Andrew Pratt 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. Resource type: Song/Hymn Source: Discipleship Ministries Author: C Michael Hawn 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. Resource type: Audio/Video Source: The Work of the People Author: Daniel Spencer 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." Resource type: Article Source: Working Preacher Author: Samuel D. Giere 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. Resource type: Audio/Video Source: The Work of the People Author: Daniel Spencer Creation and Earth-Themed Sundays ... congregations around the world celebrate the Season of Creation, emphasizing earth-keeping throughout the Christian Year. Includes ... Resource type: Article Source: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship Author: Joan Huyser-Honig 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." Resource type: Article Source: Working Preacher Author: Jerome Creach 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). Resource type: Song/Hymn Source: Discipleship Ministries Author: C. Michael Hawn
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