Tag: neighbor love

Preaching on Stewardship- December 16, 2018- Third Sunday of Advent

Every Monday I share a few tidbits, nuggets, or ideas for incorporating some stewardship themes in your preaching. This week’s nuggets based on the appointed readings from the Revised Common Lectionary and Narrative Lectionary are as follows: Sunday December 16, 2018: Revised Common Lectionary- Third Sunday of Advent (Year C) First Lesson: Zephaniah 3:14-20 Isaiah

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“Every Valley Shall Be Lifted Up…” – it’s God’s work, but we’re a part of it too!

It was a joy to be with the good people of Messiah Lutheran Church in Ralston, Nebraska on Sunday December 9th. Thank you to Pastor Greg Berger for the invitation, to come and preach on stewardship as part of the congregation’s Consecration Sunday, and lead an adult forum conversation between worship, as well as join

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“You Are Bearers of Hope and the Kingdom”

It was a joy to be with the good people of Immanuel Lutheran Church in Bellevue, Nebraska on Saturday December 1, 2018. I was scheduled to be with them for Sunday (December 2) too, but because of a winter storm, the congregation cancelled worship for Sunday morning. I am grateful for the opportunity to be

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Preaching on Stewardship- December 2, 2018- First Sunday of Advent

Every Monday I share a few tidbits, nuggets, or ideas for incorporating some stewardship themes in your preaching. This week’s nuggets based on the appointed readings from the Revised Common Lectionary and Narrative Lectionary are as follows: Sunday December 2, 2018: Revised Common Lectionary- First Sunday of Advent (Year C) First Lesson: Jeremiah 33:14-16 Psalm

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Preaching on Stewardship- November 25, 2018- Christ the King Sunday

Every Monday I usually share a few tidbits, nuggets, or ideas for incorporating some stewardship themes in your preaching. This week I’m pretty late because of Thanksgiving, but if you are still needing to prep or plan for a sermon this weekend, this week’s nuggets based on the appointed readings from the Revised Common Lectionary

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A Widow’s Mite- and what this might say about our time and talents

I had the privilege of being with the good people of American Lutheran Church in Lincoln, Nebraska today (Sunday November 11, 2018), thanks to the invitation of Pastor Carla Johnsen, and Stewardship Committee Chair Colin Wiggins. It was a great day of worship, as we remembered Veterans Day, but also celebrated the congregation’s “Time and

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Preaching on Stewardship- November 4, 2018

Usually every Monday I share a few tidbits, nuggets, or ideas for incorporating some stewardship themes in your preaching. Because of schedule demands, this week is a bit different. Realizing it’s Wednesday (Reformation Day and Halloween) and many of you preachers are already working on your sermon, this may be a little late. But if

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Preaching on Stewardship- October 28, 2018

Usually every Monday I share a few tidbits, nuggets, or ideas for incorporating some stewardship themes in your preaching. Because of schedule demands, this week is a bit different. Realizing it’s Thursday and many of you preachers are already working on your sermon, this is probably more late than useful. But if useful, I am

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Preaching on Stewardship- October 21, 2018

Happy Monday! Every Monday I share a few tidbits, nuggets, or ideas for incorporating some stewardship themes in your preaching. This week’s stewardship nuggets based on the appointed readings by the Revised Common Lectionary and Narrative Lectionary are as follows: Sunday October 21, 2018: Revised Common Lectionary- The Twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost (Time after Pentecost-

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Be Generous: Jesus’ prescription to the rich man

I had the privilege of being with the good people of First Evangelical Lutheran Church in York, Nebraska yesterday (Sunday October 14, 2018). I was invited by my friend and their Pastor Megan Clausen as well as the congregation’s stewardship team, to come and preach and help them kick off their stewardship campaign theme, “Be

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