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Holy Shenanigans shares stories that surprise, encourage, and sometimes even turn life upside down – all in the name of love. Your muse is Tara Lamont Eastman, a creative, feminist and pastor. Join her on a journey of unforgettable spiritual adventure that is always sacred but never stuffy.
 
Once a month Lydia and Becca focus on a lectionary or liturgical aspect of worship and discuss creative things you can do in worship or in the life of the congregation in "What's Brewing?". Each episode also include Scripture Shots with a quick creative thing you can do each week based on the Revised Common Lectionary and a Chaser which is a shout out to another resource you can turn to for creative worship. All this is done with some favorite or punny beer, cider, wine or alcohol suggestions.
 
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Christ the Servant Lutheran Church

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This daily Lenten devotional podcast is compiled of interviews of members of Christ the Servant Lutheran Church in Waukesha, WI, as they wrestle with questions about faith, Christianity, and church in today's context. For more information about Christ the Servant, visit christtheservant.org.
 
Dynamic, contextual sermons from Pastor Josh Ehrler, who serves a small town ELCA Lutheran congregation in Northern Illinois. Sermons are rooted in scripture and reflect the local community, as well as the movements of the wider world. He and his congregation are affirming of LGBTQ+ personhood and live out their baptismal promise to seek (racial, economic, identity, environmental) justice and peace.
 
This site features sermons preached by The Rev. Alex Zuber. He serves as a Pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). A native of Roanoke, Virginia, Alex attended James Madison University, the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia, and served a Lutheran Parish in Luray, Virginia from 2014-2018. He currently serves as Associate Pastor at Muhlenberg Lutheran Church and resides with his wife and their Dog (Ayra) and cat (Toothless) in Harrisonburg, VA.
 
St. Philip the Deacon is a church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) located in Plymouth, Minnesota, a western suburb of Minneapolis. Our mission is to “Reach Out. Proclaim. Inspire.” We invite you to join us as partners in the Gospel, carrying out the work God has called each of us to do in God's world. God bless you. Includes sermons from our Sunday morning 9:45 worship services.
 
In the Lutheran tradition, worship revolves around Word (proclaimed at the pulpit) and Sacrament (shared at the baptismal font and the altar). The Word of God and the sermon are the echo of the sacraments' grace and promise in Holy Baptism and Holy Communion. Altar Echo is Pastor Andy Smith's weekly sermon podcast from St. John's Church, Lakeville, MN. PA is a pastor in the ELCA tradition of Lutheran Christianity. He is a progressive thinker and theologian. And, once in a while, his Minne-so ...
 
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The 3TC Team sits down with Youth Ministry Network Executive Director Todd Buegler to talk about life these days in ministry and the need for honesty, courage, and enough-ness to navigate the “What’s now?” before we get to “What’s next?” in this stage of ministry. Music provided by and licensed via www.pond5.com…
 
Jesus is walking along, headed toward Jerusalem, and two of his disciples stop him with a request. Jesus hears them out-he's patient like that-and quickly hears them asking a rather cringy question that benefits their status. How often we all may cause Jesus to cringe as he walks with us in the world. How often we put ourselves first and forget (ag…
 
Grace to you and peace from God, our Creator, and our Savior, Jesus Christ. Amen. I wonder if I were to ask you today, “Who are you,” how you would respond to me. Well, first, you’d probably give me a name, right? After that though, if I wanted to know more about you, who you are, what would you tell me?... The post Twenty First Sunday after Pentec…
 
Pastor Stephanie reminds us that seeking glory, wealth, and power has been part of the human condition long before powerful corporations started influencing our social connections. This week’s Gospel has two of the most beloved disciples asking Jesus to provide them each with a seat of glory beside Jesus. Jesus needs to them to understand the great…
 
September 12, 2021. Where are you called to use your hands to participate in God’s creativity and love? How can you find the courage to speak the gospel’s radical truth in the face of resistance, and hold your tongue when needed so other prophetic voices can be heard? Readings: Isaiah 50:4-9a, James 3:1-12, Mark 8:27-38 *** Transcript *** After fiv…
 
Tara ponders a story about humility and shares a new song about based on the works of Welsh poet, clergyman and songwriter George Herbert. Run, Rise & Rest Enrich, God, heart, mouth, hands in we, With faith, with hope, with charity That we may run, rise, rest with thee. What is the calling of this day The act of love, along the way, Just one thing,…
 
Grace to you and peace from God, our Creator and our Savior, Jesus Christ, Amen. I want to begin this morning with a little bit of poetry. This poem is a favorite of mine. Admittedly I am not an expert on poetry and I’m not sure how I stumbled across this poem by British poet Wendy Cope, but this poem will help frame the way we approach our Gospel …
 
"I don't have enough: __________" Too often we view the world from a scarcity mindset which leads us to be overly possessive of what we are most afraid of losing: time, money, attention, family time, ________ . A faithful and very successful man asks Jesus what he must do to inherit Eternal Life. Jesus recognizes the man's faithfulness but challeng…
 
September 19, 2021. How can we use our imagination, caring curiosity, abundant generosity, and vulnerability to welcome more intentionally? Readings: James 3: 13-4:3, 7-8a, Mark 9: 30-37 *** Transcript *** The hard conversations continue again this week. Jesus reminds his disciples that there are difficult times ahead — rejection and even death, an…
 
Jesus is confronted by a group intending to trip him up in public. They ask him a question about divorce. Jesus, naturally, sees the game afoot and pivots on the question to put the focus on power and equity. His approach gives us an opportunity to approach and question the ways we see women in our culture, community and church. The truth is, we do…
 
In today’s gospel, Jesus said, “do not worry about tomorrow.” For some of us, that’s easier said than done. After all, there is so much to worry about: Climate change. COVID. Where our career path or family life might take us. We wonder if we’ll ever meet the partner we yearn for. If we’ll have enough money for retirement. If the treatment will wor…
 
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