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Sermon Title: Donkey

Scripture: Mark 11:1-11, Philippians 2:3-13

It’s Palm Sunday. Jesus couldn’t have done it without a donkey, Not much different than his whole ministry. And it was a borrowed donkey. Again, not much different than his whole ministry. And maybe not much different than the ministry we are called to.

Music produced by Dawn Husmann

Sermon provided by Paster Glen Herrington-Hall

 

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This week we will be talking about The Servants-Community from The Prodigal Son by Todd Portinga from Cannon River-Cross of Christ Church

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Sermon title: No One Asked for This
Scripture: Jeremiah31:31-34

God is in the “heart-shaping” business. How have our hearts been shaped in the season, this Lent we’ve been living in for a year? If we have not been changed, have not become more compassionate, more forgiving, more grateful, more… more loving, then the biggest tragedy of this last year has not been the pandemic.

Pastor Glen Herrington-Hall
Music director Dawn Husmann

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This week we will be talking about The Mother from The Prodigal Son Parable by Cindy & Nick Fisher-Broin From Spring Garden Church

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Scripture: Psalm 107:1-3, 17-22; John 3:16-21

Eternal life is not the big prize at the end of our lives; it’s more like when we begin living. It’s when we find ourselves living in the light – in the presence of God here and now, as revealed in Jesus’ own life and teaching. Going toward the light is an act of faith, of trust; living in the light is where we witness to the one whose love is a longing to save all humanity.

 

 

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This week we will be talking about The Father – “The Heart of God” from The Prodigal Son Parable by Randy Fett from St. Ansgar’s Church.

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Pay Attention
Scripture: Psalm 19

With 24 hour news on TV, the same stories keep recycling until the images are burned into our brains. I heard a comedian today who suggested we just change the name of the news programs on TV to “What’s Wrong”. It’s easy to get overwhelmed and discouraged when so much seems to be going wrong.
The Psalms remind us that God’s faithfulness is for all creation, and for all time. If we pay attention, we might begin to see where God has been, where God is, and how God can make a difference, in us and through us.

Music provided by Dawn Husmann
Sermon by Pastor Glen Herrington-Hall

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Title: The Elder Son

This week’s lesson is from the The Elder Son’s view from the Parable of the Prodigal Son.

 

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Somebody is Always in Lent

Scripture: Psalm 22:22-31

Lent is a season to look at where and why we struggle as followers of the way of Jesus, how to stay faithful as disciples. Psalm 22 (the whole psalm, not just these verses) is about staying faithful, not because faithfulness is easy for us, but because faithfulness is who God is. And knowing we never have to do this alone.

Music produced by Dawn Husmann

Sermon provided by Paster Glen Herrington-Hall

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Title: The Prodigal Son

This week’s lesson is from the Prodigal Son’s view from the Parable of the Prodigal Son.

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