I Gave Up Gossip for Lent
Dena Dyer shares her experience of giving up gossiping for lent, what it taught her about spiritual disciplines, and how it prepared her to be wowed by the resurrection story again.
What Good Fathers Know
Jesus’ parable of the mustard seed point to the kingdom’s apparent hiddenness and ordinariness. The seed parables of Mark 4:26-34 also call us to attend to the kingdom’s own time and rate of growth.
An article on how to preach texts with miraculous events during "ordinary time." God is just as present to us during the ordinary times in our lives as the extraordinary. God also saves us from the...
Prayer of Confession for Ordinary Time
This is a prayer of thanksgiving and commitment for ordinary time, the season between Pentecost and the beginning of Advent.
Ordinary Time - ‘All Shall Be Well’
The band Ordinary Time released the song titled All Shall Be Well, from their album Good News, released in 2016.
Ordinary Time: Silence
Quiet days between Easter and Ascension, ordinary time between spiritual high points, are like musical rests in the spiritual melody of lives lived knowing that God is with us—now and always, even in the silences.
No Ordinary Time: A Call to Awareness and Action
Ordinary Time is anything but ordinary. In this devotional, Wayne Meisel calls us to develop spiritual practices that "call us to pay attention and react to our surroundings."
Reflections on the Extraordinary in Ordinary Time
Reflecting on the liturgical season after Pentecost known as "ordinary time," this sermon by Frank Hegedus on Matthew 25:31-46 concludes that throughout Church history God has continued to do extraordinary things in our lives.
Call to Worship Revisited and Ordinary Time
John Witvliet answers a question about the call to worship (its length, from scripture or not, etc.). Another question he deals with is why we call the time after Pentecost "Ordinary Time"
Happy Ordinary Time!
This image and reflection invite us into the season of Ordinary Time. The author encourages us to ponder Matthew 6.24-34 and examine the worries and anxieties we might be feeding.
Full Text Hymns on Ordinary Time
God Is HerePD
Praise, my soul, the King of heavenPD
Take My Life, and Let It BePD
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Songs for Ordinary Time
This “Songs for the Season” features a number of hymns and congregational songs especially chosen to enrich your congregation’s worship during the autumn months of Ordinary Time.
Season After Pentecost (Ordinary Time)
This article gives short explanation of the liturgical season called Season after Pentecost/Ordinary Time.
Extraordinary Worship During Ordinary Time
From Advent through Pentecost, the liturgical year is well defined. Then comes Ordinary Time. It seems to have no clear theological focus. What do we celebrate? Harry Boonstra explores answers to the question in this article.
Amazement in Ordinary Time
Kurt N. Fredrickson writes that the Christmas story found in Luke 2 tells of a quite spectacular invasion into ordinary time. God meets us in the midst of the ordinariness of our lives.
Scott Hoezee reflects on the Ordinary Time in the church calendar. Much of life really does happen in the ordinary category, not just in terms of church season but figuratively at all times too
Salvation Moments in Ordinary Time
The lectionary passages for Ordinary Time 3C celebrate significant moments in God’s plan of salvation. Jesus declares that the Scripture is being fulfilled in him. The returned exiles hear the law. The Corinthians are becoming unified....
Ordinary is Beautiful
"Praise God for the more dramatic moments of the Spirit, where the kingdom revolution bursts open with thrills and excitement." But praise God also for the ordinary times.
Trusting God in Ordinary Times
A sermon starter on Psalm 66:1-11, Jeremiah 29:1-7, Luke 17:11-19 and 2 Timothy 2:8-15 about finding, trusting, and thanking God in the ordinary times.