Worship Planning – Advent Podcasts

Advent and Christmas Reflections 2012

Bishop Bill Gafkjen
Listen to Bishop Bill Gafkjen’s Christmas message.

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Podcast for Week One

The Kingdom is Here by Pr. Heather Apel
Harp accompaniment by Nicholas Burrus
Download and print Week One devotion.

And new for 2012!
Advent devotions from the I-K Synod Community Organizing Team

Read Week One: “There will come a day when God will set things to right. that is the hope Advent proclaims. God will do it.”
by Pr. Ron Luckey, Lexington, KY

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Podcast for Week Two

Orienting and Re-orienting Ourselves to See the Kingdom of God by Pr. Carolyn Lesmeister

Harp and violin accompaniment by
Nicholas and Christopher Burrus

Download and print WeekTwo devotion.

And new for 2012!
Advent devotions from the I-K Synod Community Organizing Team

Read Week Two: “We owe it to God and to our brothers and sisters to be bold in acting on our faith, to do our part so that His ‘will be done, on earth as in heaven.'”
by Linda Elkins, Indianapolis

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Podcast for Week Three

“God is there and the party has begun.”
by Pr. Rudy Mueller
Harp and violin accompaniment by
Nicholas and Christopher Burrus

Download and print Week Three devotion.

And new for 2012!
Advent devotions from the I-K Synod Community Organizing Team

Read Week Three: “There are too many inequities in the world, too many injustices to simply let any of us off the hook. I think God expects me to actually do something about the injustices.”
by Gail Swanson, Lexington, KY

 

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Podcast for Week Four


“New life….nestled within new life is the stirring of the Holy Spirit”

by Pr. Nancy Nyland
Harp and violin accompaniment by
Nicholas and Christopher Burrus
Download and print Week Four devotion.

And new for 2012!
Advent devotions from the I-K Synod Community Organizing Team

Read Week Four: “Following Jesus means that he will lead us into surprising places and call us into ministries we never have imagined. Tension within ourselves and in our communities is often a sign that we are on the right track.”
by Cindy Geisen (Louisville, KY)”

 

 

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