DisciplesNet Worship #49 revisits the Israelites wandering in the wilderness, this time angry with God because they have no water. DisciplesNet pastor Anjeanette Perkins draws some interesting parallels with our own lives. Continue reading →
DisciplesNet Worship #48 visits the story of the grumbling children of Israel and the workers in the vineyard who cry out "It's not fair!" Audrey Borschel gives this week's message of God's generosity and the call for us to do likewise.
Today's worship, a 9-11 special called "When Cultures Clash," has been created to bring those who join with us a time of peace and healing. However, while creating this, we've created it with a general theme of bringing time of prayer and healing against violent acts that have happened, and continue to happen anywhere in the world.… Read the rest “DisciplesNet Worship # 47, “When Cultures Clash,” (Phelps, 09 11 11)”
Worship #46 looks at the parable of the lost sheep from Matthew 18, looking at the sense of the Good Shepherd desiring for not a one of the sheep to be lost from the community. Dean Phelps opens our worship with the old hymn ballad tune, the Ninety and Nine, and then brings the communion message with a repeat of his description of "If You Come Up Empty," a song that reflects on another parable of being lost, that of the lost son, and a popular request for sharing at the Lord's Table.