Craft beautiful worship services


Writing and publishing liturgy each week is a significant and worthy task that ought to be given serious attention. Christian liturgy is an invitation into the Christian story, from the very beginning of creation to the new creation we await in Christ’s return.

Our goal in creating these liturgy helps is not to supplant the role of the liturgist or the pastor dedicated to inviting their flock into the Christian story. Rather, we see these prayers as a starting place, where you can then take these prayers and mold them into a shape and form that works for your unique context. Similar to our sermon resources, we provide you with the “raw materials” so that you then can craft them into a worship service that engages and nourishes your community.

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Third Third Preaching by Mark D. Roberts

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I’ve heard a lot of sermons during the past 60 years. And I’ve preached a bunch too, well over a 1,000 sermons during my years as a pastor. So, I was surprised when, a couple of weeks ago, I heard something in a sermon I had never, ever heard before. I was shocked....

A Violent Man Gentled by Grace: Abba Moses the Black

A Violent Man Gentled by Grace: Abba Moses the Black

Gentled by grace. That’s the incredible and inspiring story of Abba Moses the Black. He was a violent thief who became a humble and kind monk and one of the great Desert Fathers who served the Lord Jesus Christ in the 4th Century. From his life we see an example of...