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GOD SO LOVED THE WORLD

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Hear the Good News

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Contemporary Worship Resources For Lent

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From Life To Life

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SYMBOLS OF SACRIFICE

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HOLY WEEK CONFESSIONS

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Visions Of Lent

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Tenebrae For Modern Times

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Returning Home

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Life On The Edge Of Faith

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Lenten Resources For Worship Leaders

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And The Sea Lay Down

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Bright Intervals

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The Word Has Come Down

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Living in the Light

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Sermon

BIBLICAL PICTURES OF WATER

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THE SEVENFOLD PATH TO PEACE

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BIBLICAL PICTURES OF BREAD

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SOUNDS OF THE PASSION

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THE FOLLOW THROUGH ON FOLLOW ME

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Paradise Restored

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The Glory Of Our Weakness

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The Psalms Were Made For Lent

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The Victory of the Cross

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SIX NAILS OF THE CROSS

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An Idle Tale Becomes Good News

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The Roads Jesus Traveled

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The Vine and the Branches

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Restore Me

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The Isolated Jesus

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Leading To Easter

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THE VICTORY OF FAITH

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Turning Points

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The Seven Last Words Of Jesus Christ

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The Gifts Of Lent

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Come Dine With Jesus

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Behold The Man

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At The Cross With Jesus

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Affirming The Ash Heap

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A Clearer Vision

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Wounded For Us

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Experiencing Easter

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The Challenge of Starting All Over Again

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Preaching

If a Sermon Falls in the Forest...

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Monologues

The Attributes Of Lent

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MY TOMB WAS EMPTY

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Lent/Easter

Traveling Calvary’s Road

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Traveling Calvary's Road

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Easter

The Road to Victory

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Drama

PERSPECTIVES ON THE PASSION

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DATELINE: Jerusalem

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Watch And Pray

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The Last Covenant

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VOICES

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Visualizing The Parables

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Why Did Jesus Die?

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ThespianTheology

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Roll Back The Stone

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MEDITATIONS FOR THE SIX DAYS OF HOLY WEEK

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Hey Joseph!

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From My Point Of View

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Conversations With The Savior

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From A Soldier Of Rome To A Soldier For Christ

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Voices Of Repentance

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Who Is This Man -- This Jesus?

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Holy Moses

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Living in the Light

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Children's sermon

Speaking With Signs

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Children's Sermons A To Z

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Alleluia!

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Bible Study

The Critical Questions... And More

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New & Featured This Week

StoryShare

C. David Mckirachan
Contents
“Where’s the Chorus?” by C. David McKirachan
“An Inclusive Gospel” by C. David McKirachan


Where’s the Chorus?
by C. David McKirachan
Mark 6:14-29

The Immediate Word

Dean Feldmeyer
Mary Austin
Christopher Keating
Ron Love
George Reed
Thomas Willadsen
Bethany Peerbolte
For July 15, 2018:
  • Tenants On The Earth by Dean Feldmeyer -- Since the earth we live on doesn’t belong to us, we really need to clean up our messes and leave it better than we found it.

CSSPlus

Arley K. Fadness
“It is a prophet, like one of the prophets of old.” (v. 15b)

Good morning children.

Happy eighth Sunday of Pentecost. (explain the naming of the days in the church calendar)

Now today let us play the game “Truth or Lie.” Okay? I will tell you either a truth or a lie. See if you can guess which is a lie and which is a truth. (presenter may dream up a series of fun “truth and lie” statements and challenge the children with them)

How did you do? Which truth or lie did you like and which did you not like?

Emphasis Preaching Journal

Ron Love
Mark Ellingsen
Bob Ove
Frank Ramirez
Bill Thomas
Bonnie Bates
2 Samuel 6:1-5, 12-19 and Psalm 24
Frank Ramirez
These three scriptures are very different, but at their core they are all God’s story, not ours. David used the Ark for his own political purposes, instead of remembering the Ark is God’s throne.

The Ephesians see gods in everything -- the emperor, deep mysteries revealed only to initiates, and the goddess Artemis -- but Paul reminds them there is one God who has made us one people, and God’s one plan is meant to bring us all together.

The Village Shepherd

Janice B. Scott
Call to Worship:

In our worship today we look at promises and at a man who made a silly and dangerous promise which he shouldn't have kept. Let us ask God for help in making the right sort of promises and in keeping those promises.


Invitation to Confession:

Jesus, sometimes we make rash and silly promises.
Lord, have mercy.

Jesus, sometimes we make good promises but fail to keep them.
Christ, have mercy.

SermonStudio

William J. Carl, III
Dancing in holy places -- that's the theme of this text. I don't know about you, but sometimes in parish life you just don't feel much like dancing, especially when as a pastor you have to deal with several deaths in one week, and still have to get up and preach with a smile on your face. In a reversal of that British movie, Four Weddings and a Funeral, I remember one week when I was in the parish when we had "Four Funerals and a Wedding," and it was a bittersweet time for all of us.

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