Psalm 146

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Resources from 2016 to 2020

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  • Advent 3A (2019)

    by Jason Byassee
  • Proper 21C (2019)

    by Amy Erickson
  • Proper 21C (2016)

    by Wil Gafney
  • Proper 18B (2018)

    by Phil Heinze
  • Proper 21C (2016)

    by Phil Heinze
  • Sermon Starters (Proper 21C)(2019)

    by Scott Hoezee
    Inevitably many feel let down eventually by any given leader. None is perfect, few live up to the hype and hope that got invested in them. Barack Obama campaigned on “Hope and Change” but four years after his election, things had not unfolded in every good way many had thought would happen. So in 2012 when Vice-President candidate Sarah Palin mocked all that and wondered how all that “hopey-changey” stuff had worked out, people were offended but also chagrined: there was a glimmer of truth in what she said. We are the most tempted to displace our ultimate hope in God when we latch onto leaders who embody everything we wish were true. And while we are right to support and help leaders who have the right goals, it’s a challenge to do that while not for one moment forgetting there is only One who is our true hope and that One will never let us down—not now, not ever.
  • Psalm 146 Revisited

    by Dave Hopwood
  • Advent 3A (2016)

    by James Howell
  • Proper 18B (2018)

    by Esther Menn
  • The Hope of Advent

    by Brenda Seat
    Early this year parts of California near Walker Canyon and Lake Elsinore experienced a “super bloom apocalypse,” where long dormant desert flowers in the hot dry desert exploded into bloom after rain and snow melt from the mountains watered the thirsty ground. The bloom was so vibrant and full this year that when satellites in space took pictures you could easily see the areas where the bloom was occurring. But the bloom doesn’t happen every year. The last time was in the spring of 2016 and depending on weather conditions it might not happened again for another 10 years. We have to be patient and notice the signs, when the weather and water conditions are just right, and then we see the miracle of the desert blooming...
  • Proper 27B (2018)

    by Beth Tanner
  • Proper 5C (2016)

    by Wesley White

Resources from 2013 to 2015

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Resources from the Archives

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Children's Resources and Dramas

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The Classics

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