Tag: The Lord’s Prayer
Stations of the Lord’s Prayer (A Worship Resource)
This past weekend at our convergent Quaker retreat we had both programmed (planned) and unprogrammed (silent) worship. For the programmed worship on Saturday morning I planned an interactive worship time based around the Lord’s Prayer (a topic I am deeply interested in). In this post I’ve included a video and pictures of the various stations, […]
FAQs of a Theologian: Can you explain to me what prayer means to a christian?
I’ve had for sometime the idea to write posts based on questions I am asked via email or questions that people ask google and somehow land on my site. In fact I’ve been compiling some questions since early this summer on my Theo.edit (my wiki). Thus I am going to begin a bi-monthly segment answering […]
Queries on The Lord's Prayer
This Sunday I am leading a discussion on the Lord’s Prayer, basically covering what I’ve been writting about here for the past month or so. In preparing I decided to create a few Queries to help begin the discussion on Prayer and mission. Here are those queries: a. When has prayer led you to live […]
Matthew 6:10-11 The Kingdom of God and Prayer for Bread
Continuing my series on the Lord’s Prayer and how it functions as both a mission statement and community formating guide for the churchh. We now direct our attention to further exposition of the prayer itself – this post in particular deals with Matthew 6:10-11.
NT Wright – Retelling Stories: Alternate Histories and the Lord’s Prayer
Mike Work, writing on his class blog recently, wrote a great short post about Jesus’ way of being a storyteller. He writes, In his [NT Wright] words, Jesus made a regular practice of retelling the story of Israel in such a way as to subvert other tellings, and to invite his hearers to make his […]