A musical evening presented by choirs from Mbandaka District (Disciples of Christ in Congo) churches for the Indiana pilgrims in May 2011.
We offer a special invitation to our 100th Worship Video. As we were preparing for this we felt profoundly grateful so it seemed natural to take Psalm 100 as our theme. You will see a number of our worship team members and some special guests helping read this in a memorable way.
Our message today looks at saying thanks to God, asking the question, “How do you say thanks?” Rev. Dr. Deb Phelps, our senior minister and founding pastor, brings this inspiring word.
One of our extraordinary blessings comes in this worship in the form of a meditation on gratitude, given for our DisciplesNet viewers by Rev. Dr. Fred Craddock, an old friend and mentor to members of our worship team, and one of many advisors who have helped DisciplesNet make sense of its vision since we got our start in 2010. Continue reading →
Here at DisciplesNet we have a team of youth who are working as video interns, learning, teaching, and just helping us explore how video can be used to connect people in ministry. Lately each has been working to create short videos that could bring peace or inspiration to those of you out there who will connect with us, or can pass these works along to. … Read the rest ““Yo te busco””
Choose You Tube or Vimeo, and join us in hearing John 13:34-35 in a read by 15 people from around the world. We released this video last year at the time of Pentecost, and have done a little more work to it. That one language of love continues to speak to us at the time of Pentecost, as well as all times. We hope you or the group you are with will be blessed by this 11 minute time of devotion and inspiration. If you like, please sing along with the song. --your friends at DisciplesNet Church
Spirit is a favorite hymn that tells a story in its four verse God's Spirit through the ages, including in our life today.
All four verses of the song are sung here, with accompanying photos and video. It is sung by Dean Phelps and accompanied by Sue Dykes on the piano. Our disclaimer is that when we recording the song, Dean and Sue were practicing, but we enjoyed it enough to share it with you, with their permission. We hope you are blessed by following along with us.
At the end, we also offer the scripture from Jesus' instructions to Nicodemus in John 3:6-8.
Spirit is available in several hymnals and forms, including the Chalice Hymnal, page # 249.
The words and music are written by James K. Manley, 1975.
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DisciplesNet Interview #1, Krista Johnson
We hope you will join us for this interview of Krista Johnson by our DisciplesNet Video Intern team on March 22, 2012. Krista has devoted her life to working for peace even in the most difficult of times and places. We are extremely grateful to her for taking the time to come to our studio and share with us while in town on her way back from a recent trip to the Middle East.
This interview is the first finished project of our video intern team. Our team is made of middle and high school students who are learning camera and videoediting as ways to make the world a better place. They are looking for ways to help people tell their stories of peace and reconciliation.
We look forward to them sharing their work, and celebrate the fine job Francisco did in his first video-editing project.
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In session 4 of this continuing series, Rev. Russ Smith talks about what we can understand by thinking of God as our parent. God the parent protects, provides, loves, and teaches.
Rev. Ana Gobledale shares a prayer written by husband, Rev. Tod Gobledale. Ana and Tod are Associate Missionaries with the Common Global Ministries Board of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and the United Church of Christ, and serve as co-pastors at St. Andrew’s United Reformed Church Brockley, London, United Kingdom.
The lovely background music was graciously supplied by Pam Barksdale.
The Passion of Christ, for Holy Week
We hope you will join us for this Holy Week worship time, about 25 minute long, that combines inspirational music, the story of the Passion of Christ that comes from the Gospel of Mark 14:1-15:47 read interactively. with artwork from around the world showing Jesus in his final week. Continue reading →
Rev. Russ Smith considers the Good Friday focus on the cross and suggests where we can tune our attention to best understand what God has done for us.