Search ResultsGod's Choosing A worship planning guide for Revised Common Lectionary Scriptures: Exodus 19:2-8, Psalms 100 and 116, Matthew 9:9-38, 10:1-8, and Romans 5:1-8. It centers around the theme of God's election and includes hymns, a video, prayers, etc.... | | God's Righteousness is Hospitality John van de Laar's reflection on Genesis 22:1-14; Jeremiah 28:5-9; Psalm 13; Psalm 89:1-4, 15-18; Romans 6:12-23; and Matthew 10: 40-42 focuses on how these texts show God's righteousness, which manifests itself as hospitality. | | Advent Hope: Staying Afloat In this Advent reflection, the author ponders the challenge of offering real hope in the midst of difficult circumstances.
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See more hymns... Learning About God and Stewardship Carolyn Brown's children's sermon notes draw on Exodus 33:12-23, Isaiah 45:1-7, Psalm 96:1-13, 99, 1 Thessalonians 1:1-10, and Matthew 22:15-22 discuss God's holiness, God, God's nature and attributes, God's agenda, God's greatness, imitating Jesus and stewardship. | | A Full Member of God's Family Carolyn Brown at Worshiping with Children offers weekly lectionary-driven advice on how to meaningfully include and engage children of all ages in the congregational worship setting. This week covers being a full member of God's family. | | God’s Gifts to Us and Repentance For this Sunday during Lent, Carolyn focuses on the ideas of gifts God gives us and on repentance. She provides great ideas for how to present these ideas to children even though the texts for the... | | A Children's Service About God's Deliverance and Forgiveness Focusing on God's deliverance and forgiveness, Carolyn Brown's article provides notes on creating children-friendly sermons based on Genesis 50:15-21, Exodus 14:19-15:11, 15:20-21, Psalm 114, 103:1-13, Matthew 18:21-35, and Romans 14:1-12. Brown includes a prayer about forgiveness.... | | Introducing God's Work, Righteous Living, Eternal Life, Jesus' Prayer Carolyn Brown's children's sermon notes draw on Acts 1:15-26, Psalm 1, 1 John 5:9-13, and John 17:6-19 to discuss God's use of ordinary people, choosing to live righteously, the nature of eternal life, and Jesus' prayer. | | God's Hesed In the dramatic and humorous story of Rebekah (Genesis 24), God is invoked, God’s will is discerned in prayer and observation, and God’s steadfast love (covenant loyalty) is demonstrated through human, rather than divine, action. | |