Advent begins Sunday. We’ll see the color blue at worship, and we’ll hear music we may only hear during Advent; yet, the Pattern of Worship remains the same throughout the year. Click the link below to visit our Worship&Music page to learn more about the Pattern of Worship.
Thanksgiving is a week away. As you prepare the turkey and the stuffing, maybe you’re also looking for a prayer to share with your family and friends. Visit our Children’s page by using the link below for some prayers for all ages. Happy Thanksgiving!
The theme for this month’s Playlists is Trust. It’s also the message of today’s devotion from Luther Seminary. Click the link below to visit our Adult page to read it. When you’re finished with that, use the menu above to check out our November Trust Playlists for Children, Youth, and Adults.
Our Playlist Theme this month is Serve. Nick Selby grew up as part of the Desert Cross congregation, hearing lessons about service at church and at home. He’s teaching us about service these days. Click the link below to visit our Worship&Music page to hear the story of an amazing gift.
Serve is the topic of our Playlists this month. We’re sharing an article on teaching the joy of service to kids. Use the link below to visit our Children’s page to read it. After you check that out, take some time to explore the Playlists for Children, Youth, and Adults. You’ll find them in the menu at the top of the page.
Instagram has been in the news lately . . . for all the wrong reasons. Studies show that it has a negative impact on the mental health of some teens. Click the link below to visit our Youth page for some guidance on using social media for you and for your children.
Good morning! Start your day with a song that calls you to trust God with all things. Click the link below to visit our Worship&Music page.
Our Playlist theme this month is Welcome. Click the link below to visit our Children’s page for some ideas on practicing hospitality with kids. After that, use the menu at the top of the page to explore the Playlists for Children, Youth, and Adults.