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Day1 is the voice of the historic Protestant denominations. Through sermons, blogs, and video & audio resources, Day 1 proclaims a positive, passionate faith for the real world. This resource will help pastors prepare sermons and engage in culturally-relevant ministry.
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Discipleship Ministries helps local church, district, and conference leaders fulfill the shared dream of making world-changing disciples. They provide practical resources to pastors and leaders in the areas of Christian education, worship, music, evangelism, new church development, stewardship, funding and financial management, lay leadership development, age-level (children, youth, adult) and...
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Do Justice is a conversation starter for justice in the Christian Reformed Church. Topics of social justice include refugees, gender, violence, racism, immigration, creation care, reconciliation, and many more. The practical resource provides pastors, leaders, and lay people with sermon reflections, prayers, songs, and articles to guide in being culturally-aware...
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Frank A. Thomas is one of the most creative, pioneering, and prominent thought leaders of this generation. His sermons offer inspiration and practical sermon preparation for pastors. His articles address relevant issues for those who prepare sermons and lead worship.
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DSpace is a digital service that collects, preserves, and distributes digital material such as archeological photographs, historical records, and doctoral dissertations. Western Theological Seminary's Digital Collection is comprised of two main areas: DSpace and the Reformed Review Archive.
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The Duke University Chapel Archives hosts current bulletins and video recordings of Sunday morning worship services, as well as special services such as Christmas Eve and Good Friday, as well as a curated archive of sermons preached at Duke Chapel between 1946 and 2002. Preachers and teachers may use this...
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