Search ResultsThe Fight Between Carnival and Lent, art for Ash Wednesday Based on the painting, "The Fight Between Carnival and Lent" by Pieter Brueghel the Elder, this blog reflects on different aspects of the painting that point us to the beginning of Lent and Ash Wednesday, when...
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See more hymns... News That Illustrates for Sunday, April 14th—21st These sermon-illustrations include stories on: what we see impacts what we hear; suffering as a catalyst for growth; prisoners’ letters and repentance; singing on a plane; work and rest; witnessing; violins, reputation and bias. | | News That Illustrates for Sunday, November 2nd - November 9th Sermon-illustrating stories include: freedom and the Berlin wall; vocation and avoiding work; the power of laughter; a small dispute leads to murder; integrating faith and science; a dating app for the rich; enjoying life. | | Working on Labor Day This quotation from David W. Miller of the Avodah Institute reflects on how we serve God through our work. | Balancing "God's Work" with Family Commitments Mark D. Roberts uses 1 Corinthians 7:32-34 to discuss balancing one’s time between work responsibilities and family responsibilities and notes that both qualify as doing God’s work. | | Working Hard, Hardly Working Through our hard work, not only do we find fulfillment, but also we do that which God has ordained for us, thus offering our whole lives to him in worship. Mark Roberts reflects on Ephesians 4:28. | | Work's Ultimate Meaning Mark Gignilliat and Alice Mathews explore the hope expressed in 60-66 and the promise that God's people will enjoy the work and fruit of their hands. | |