Search ResultsRethinking the 'Lenten Journey' Part 2 of 2 In this second of two essays, Rolf Jacobson uses a personal irritation for the metaphor “Lent is a journey" to reflect on how Christian leaders can help congregations experience Lent as a richer, more meaningful season.
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See more hymns... Teaching as a Christian Vocation Minori Nagahara writes that hope, grace, and hospitality are the keys to helping teachers flourish amid the obstacles and frustrations inherent in their work that could breed disillusionment. Hospitality This commentary on Hebrews 13:1–3 sees hospitality as an underrated form of work, typically uncompensated. However, it is an act of faith in God's provision and faith that people are worth taking care of. Hospitality Hospitality is not the exclusive domain of Christian communities. But hospitality is profoundly important within Christian communities, and much energy is spent trying to discern what constitutes a deep, holy practice of hospitality. Hospitality Christine Boer's children's message on 1 Peter 4:9 introduces children to the concept of hospitality. Hospitality is a way we can show others that Jesus welcomes them into His family. America, Hospitality, and Salvation In this video, Parker Palmer denounces the idea that America is a Christian nation, turning to the goodness of its pluralism, particularly to the practice of hospitality in many religions. Hospitality in Worship: A Reflection of God's Gracious Character Cindy Holtrop writes an essay about her passion for hospitality, rooted in grace. When we reflect God’s hospitality to us, the hospitality we extend to others becomes more than technique or task. Worship Service - Welcoming and Hospitality Michele Hershberger offers a worship service centered on themes of hospitality and welcoming, including call to worship, music, dramatic readings, scripture readings, confession and assurance, communion, and benediction.