Search ResultsLoving as Jesus Loved John Claypool examines how Christians should show love for each other in this sermon on John 13:31-35. He discusses God's individualized and universal affection for us and the difference between "need love" and "gift love." | | Foundation of Love In his sermon on Matthew 7:21-29 for the Second Sunday after Pentecost, James Lemler argues that the love of God is our solid and life-giving foundation when the floods of change come our way. | | Contemporary Service for Ash Wednesday This outline of an Ash Wednesday service provides video, prayer, and song suggestions.
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See more hymns... Life Is Gift In his sermon on Luke 7:36-8:3 for the Second Sunday of Pentecost (Proper 6), John Claypool explores how the woman pouring oil onto Jesus' feet reveals God's bold love for all of humanity. | | Keeping It Real at Christmas In this Christmas greeting, Geoffrey Black reminds us that the story of Jesus' birth is unlike any other. This special story reveals God's love and compassion for humanity and moves us to love and serve others. | | Phenomenal Rescues In this sermon illustration, Jamie Jenkins uses the story of a miraculous rescue from a collapsed mine to demonstrate how God, out of unrelenting love, made the ultimate sacrifice to save humanity. | | Tugging at God's Heart In his sermon on Matthew 6:9-13, Victor Pentz draws our attention to the beginning of the Lord’s Prayer, "Our Father in heaven…" He invites us to reflect if we are secure in our heavenly Father’s love. | | Beyond Locked Doors Katharine Jefferts Schori's sermon on Jesus' appearance to his disciples, John 20:18-29. We have a tendency to lock ourselves in because of fear. However, love can overpower and we have a choice to open our hearts.... | | Our Strength and Our Song In this sermon, William Creevey reminds us that there is nowhere more secure for us than the love of God in Jesus Christ. He is our strength and our song. He has become our salvation. | |