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  • The Immediate Word

    Elena Delhagen
    Mary Austin
    Katy Stenta
    Dean Feldmeyer
    Thomas Willadsen
    Quantisha Mason-Doll
    Christopher Keating
    George Reed
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  • CSSPlus

    John Jamison
    Object: A key to give each child. I use key blanks from a hardware store. Other options would be to make cutouts of keys from posterboard, or just use some old keys that aren’t good anymore. I like the key blanks because they are durable, and have holes so the children might hang them on a book bag or something similar.

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  • StoryShare

    Peter Andrew Smith
    Teddy thought for a moment and then shook his head. “I appreciate you asking but no thanks.”

    “Are you sure?” Paula asked. “The new pastor is a great speaker I think you would like him.”

    “No, I don’t like to go to church because I fine church really negative.” Teddy tapped his chin with his finger. “Plus with the exception of you, I find I don’t think I have anything in...
  • Emphasis Preaching Journal

    Mark Ellingsen
    The texts for this Sunday send a message about the surprising character of grace.

    Exodus 20:1-4,7-9,12-20
    The First Lesson is drawn from a book which, like all the first five books of the Old Testament, is the product of several distinct literary strands, all originating between the  tenth and sixth centuries BC.  The book is so named for the Greek term...
  • Emphasis Preaching Journal

    Mark Ellingsen
    Bill Thomas
    Bonnie Bates
    Frank Ramirez
    Exodus 20:1-4, 7-9, 12-20
    When I was in Sunday School, which for me as a Roman Catholic in those days, was offered during the school day once a week, I remember that we had to memorize the ten commandments. Sometimes it felt like we were actually trying to carry the tablets Moses carried — at least when we were struggling to remember them, As I moved in the protestant...
  • The Village Shepherd

    Janice B. Scott
    Call to Worship:

    Jesus said that the kingdom of God would be given to those who produced the fruits of the kingdom. In our worship today let us explore what the "fruits of the kingdom" might be.

    Invitation to Confession:...
  • SermonStudio

    John E. Sumwalt
    The call came from the doctor that Dad had only a short time to live. At the age of eighty, after nearly fifty years of farming, this veteran of World War II was fighting a final battle with Parkinson's and heart disease.

    Daughter Kati and I went ahead of the others and arrived at the nursing home outside Richland Center at about midnight. Exhausted after the two and half hour drive...
  • SermonStudio

    Jerry L. Schmalenberger
    Some tenants are a lot better than other tenants. I found that out when, as a lad, I worked up the road on a farm owned by Walter and Esther Hupman. My job was to help candle eggs gathered on their egg route and exercise their English saddle horses.

    The Hupmans couldn't begin to do all the farming themselves so they always had tenants living in a little house next to their unusual...
  • SermonStudio

    Larry Lange
    Arnold Toivonen was headed to work at 5:06 a.m. Monday morning on a wet highway winding east through the dark pines that came crowding up close to the road from out of the spring fog. Arnold worked at the Caterpillar shop in town, crawling into the iron bellies of enormous Caterpillar tractors, scraping his knuckles on their cold, sharp innards, dropping heavy wrenches on the concrete with that...
  • SermonStudio

    Richard E. Gribble, CSC
    Once upon a time two beautiful flowers lived side-by-side in a magnificent garden. One was bright yellow and the other was bright blue. From the first moments of their existence these two flowers received profuse praise from the world for their vigor and beauty. "I love your face," said the sun to the yellow flower. "I love your eyes," said the sky to the blue flower. "I love your overall beauty...
  • SermonStudio

    Douglas B. Bailey
    Someone has suggested that if we simply posted the Ten Commandments on the wall in every school building, it would surely help to improve the moral climate in our schools and counteract the terrible and tragic tendencies of youth to resort to drugs, guns, and violent behavior. It has been said that if we would all simply follow the Ten Commandments, the world would be a much better place in which...

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