And we pray together the holy prayer of “O, Lord God, you know,” for the things we don’t have the words for, or don’t understand, or only suspect.
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A Palm Sunday Communion Liturgy
As we ponder all that has happened, not yet in the upper room, let us offer our thanksgiving for the God who calls us, loves us, and sustains us.
Love Never Ends :: Prayer
As we celebrate Christmas, we celebrate God's love breaking into the world in the form of Immanuel. God With Us is more than just a name, it is a statement of love and compassion. Although 1 Corinthians 13 is often...
From Generation to Generation | Communion Liturgy
I wrote this communion liturgy for our Advent series, From Generation to Generation. It will be part of our first week of Advent worship service where we will be reflecting on Matthew's genealogy of Jesus. Throughout Advent and Christmas, we...
God of the Living | Communion Liturgy
God is bound by neither the time and space of this world nor the limits of our physical death. God is God of the living — whether in this life or the next.
Welcome Sinners! | Communion Liturgy
This is a communion liturgy for Luke 15:1-10. It also references the Great Banquet in Luke 14. My congregation is also celebrating Rally Day this Sunday. We don't have Sunday school, but we are still celebrating returning "home" after the...
My Pregnancy Stories
And that’s really it, I think. Pregnancy is considered a woman’s issue.
The Fragility of Life Laid Bare
The stench of death, the aroma of nard — she brought it all to the feet of Jesus.