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At our church, we strive to spread God's word to our community and our world. With the Shepherdcast, we hope to do just that. Each week, we share our weekly Bible readings and the sermon from our church service in audio form. Whether you are on the go and can't make it in to church or you are looking for the Spirit in your life, we hope you can find solace from one of our podcasts! You can subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!

The Shepherdcast Shepherd of the Valley Evangelical Lutheran Church

    • Religion & Spirituality
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At our church, we strive to spread God's word to our community and our world. With the Shepherdcast, we hope to do just that. Each week, we share our weekly Bible readings and the sermon from our church service in audio form. Whether you are on the go and can't make it in to church or you are looking for the Spirit in your life, we hope you can find solace from one of our podcasts! You can subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!

    EXTRA – 12.23.2021: A Small Gift (Christmas Eve-Eve Candlelight Service 2021, Special Prayers Following Baytown, TX Refinery Accident)

    EXTRA – 12.23.2021: A Small Gift (Christmas Eve-Eve Candlelight Service 2021, Special Prayers Following Baytown, TX Refinery Accident)

    On this special episode of the Shepherdcast, we celebrate Christ’s birth on “Christmas Eve-Eve.”  We will be taking a look at Micah 5: 2-5a, Isaiah 7: 13-14, Isaiah 9: 2-6, and the Gospel of Luke 2: 5-14, our choir will be performing special renditions of “Away in a Manger” and, and the Reverend Scott J. Anderson will be discussing how a small gift can have a massive impact on us all.  Today’s episode came from our worship service on Thursday, December 23, 2021.

    At the beginning of our Christmas Eve-Eve Candlelight Service, Pastor Scott asked for prayers for the city of Baytown, Texas following reports by national media outlets of a large explosion at the town’s ExxonMobil refinery.  That prayer is the opening of today’s episode.

    In case you are reading along with a Bible and our readings don’t necessarily match up with yours, we use the NRSV translation of the Holy Bible.

    Special music heard in this episode of the Shepherdcast includes (by order of appearance):

    Silent Night Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

    “Away in a Manger” setting by Emily Lund
    Copyright © 2001 Hope Publishing Company, Carol Stream, Illinois 60188
    CCLI License # 11421954
    CCLI Streaming License # CSPL153044

    “The Angel Song” words and music by Mary Kay Beall
    Copyright © 2010 Hope Publishing Company, Carol Stream, Illinois 60188
    CCLI License # 11421954
    CCLI Streaming License # CSPL153044

    O Holy Night by Podington Bear
    Licensed under Creative Commons: Attribution-Non Commercial 3.0 International License.
    https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/

    Our sermon and readings are delivered by the Reverend Scott J. Anderson.  Our church choir is under the direction of Susan Kaschak.  Our sound room technician for this service was Jacob Schandel.  This podcast was hosted and produced by Jacob H. Schandel for Shepherd of the Valley Evangelical Lutheran Church.  To learn more about our church, please visit www.sotvchurch.com, or follow us on social media @sotvsandyville.  Our church is a member congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.  You can learn more about the ELCA at www.elca.org, and you can learn about our local Northeastern Ohio Synod at www.neos-elca.org.

    • 27 min
    12.19.2021: “Once our hearts are open…” (with Special Music from SOTV Choir and Karen Broadwater)

    12.19.2021: “Once our hearts are open…” (with Special Music from SOTV Choir and Karen Broadwater)

    On this episode of the Shepherdcast, we will be taking a look at Micah 5: 2-5a, the Gospel of Luke 1: 46b-55, Hebrews 10: 5-10, and the Gospel of Luke 1: 35-45, our choir will be performing “Light of Peace" as composed by Joel Raney, and the Reverend Scott J. Anderson will be discussing serving God in our lives.  Today’s episode came from our worship service on Sunday, December 19, 2021.

    In case you are reading along with a Bible and our readings don’t necessarily match up with yours, we use the NRSV translation of the Holy Bible.

    Special music heard in this episode of the Shepherdcast from our choir includes:

    “Light of Peace” by Joel Raney

    Copyright 2007 Hope Publishing Company

    CCLI License # 11421954

    CCLI Streaming License # CSPL153044

    Our sermon is delivered by the Reverend Scott J. Anderson.  Our lay reader this Sunday was Karen Broadwater.  Special thanks to Karen for singing the Gospel of Luke 1: 46b-55 today.  (This song is also known as the Magnificat.) Our church choir is under the direction of Susan Kaschak.  Our sound room technician for this Sunday was Brock Bowman.  This podcast was hosted and produced by Jacob H. Schandel for Shepherd of the Valley Evangelical Lutheran Church.  To learn more about our church, please visit www.sotvchurch.com, or follow us on social media @sotvsandyville.  Our church is a member congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.  You can learn more about the ELCA at www.elca.org, and you can learn about our local Northeastern Ohio Synod at www.neos-elca.org.

    • 26 min
    10.03.2021: “Eden”

    10.03.2021: “Eden”

    On this episode of the Shepherdcast, we will be taking a look at Genesis 2: 18-24, Psalm 8, Hebrews 1: 1-4, 2: 5-12, and the Gospel of Mark 10: 2-16,and the Reverend Scott J. Anderson will be discussing Adam and Eve.  Today’s episode came from our worship service on Sunday, October 3, 2021.

    In case you are reading along with a Bible and our readings don’t necessarily match up with yours, we use the NRSV translation of the Holy Bible.

    Our sermon is delivered by the Reverend Scott J. Anderson.  Our lay reader this Sunday was Bill Bowman. Our sound room technician for this Sunday was Brock Bowman.  This podcast was hosted and produced by Jacob H. Schandel for Shepherd of the Valley Evangelical Lutheran Church.  To learn more about our church, please visit www.sotvchurch.com, or follow us on social media @sotvsandyville.  Our church is a member congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.  You can learn more about the ELCA at www.elca.org, and you can learn about our local Northeastern Ohio Synod at www.neos-elca.org.

    • 26 min
    09.12.2021: “A Time for Remembrance…” (Memorial Service for 20th Anniversary of September 11)

    09.12.2021: “A Time for Remembrance…” (Memorial Service for 20th Anniversary of September 11)

    On this episode of the Shepherdcast, we will be taking a look at Ecclesiastes 3: 1-8, Habakkuk 1: 1-4; 2: 1-4, and the Gospel of Matthew 18: 21-35, and the Reverend Scott J. Anderson will be delivering a sermon in remembrance of the September 11, 2001. Today’s episode came from our worship service on Sunday, September 12, 2021.

    In case you are reading along with a Bible and our readings don’t necessarily match up with yours, we use the NRSV translation of the Holy Bible.

    Our sermon is delivered by the Reverend Scott J. Anderson. Our lay reader this Sunday was Karen Broadwater. Our sound room technician for this Sunday was Brock Bowman. This podcast was hosted and produced by Jacob H. Schandel for Shepherd of the Valley Evangelical Lutheran Church. To learn more about our church, please visit www.sotvchurch.com, or follow us on social media @sotvsandyville. Our church is a member congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. You can learn more about the ELCA at www.elca.org, and you can learn about our local Northeastern Ohio Synod at www.neos-elca.org.

    • 22 min
    09.05.2021: “Not for the Faint of Heart”

    09.05.2021: “Not for the Faint of Heart”

    On this episode of the Shepherdcast, we will be taking a look at Isaiah 35: 4-7a, Psalm 146, James 2: 1-10, 14-17, and the Gospel of Mark 7: 24-37, and the Reverend Scott J. Anderson will be discussing a topic that might make you squirm, and that’s okay because it’s something super true! Today’s episode came from our worship service on Sunday, September 5, 2021.

    In case you are reading along with a Bible and our readings don’t necessarily match up with yours, we use the NRSV translation of the Holy Bible.

    Our sermon is delivered by the Reverend Scott J. Anderson. Our lay reader this Sunday was Bill Bowman. Our sound room technician for this Sunday was Jacob Schandel. This podcast was hosted and produced by Jacob H. Schandel for Shepherd of the Valley Evangelical Lutheran Church. To learn more about our church, please visit www.sotvchurch.com, or follow us on social media @sotvsandyville. Our church is a member congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. You can learn more about the ELCA at www.elca.org, and you can learn about our local Northeastern Ohio Synod at www.neos-elca.org.

    • 23 min
    06.06.2021: “We’ve got heeeaaarrt!”

    06.06.2021: “We’ve got heeeaaarrt!”

    On this episode of the Shepherdcast, we will be taking a look at Genesis 3: 8-15, Psalm 130, 2 Corinthians 4: 1, 7-18, 5:1, and the Gospel of Mark 3: 20-35, and the Reverend Scott J. Anderson will be discussing a scene out of the movie Damn Yankees! which you can find on YouTube. Today’s episode came from our worship service on Sunday, June 6, 2021.

    In case you are reading along with a Bible and our readings don’t necessarily match up with yours, we use the NRSV translation of the Holy Bible.

    Now that we’ve put the normal stuff in our show notes, you may see that we’ve missed a few of these! Jacob will be working through what audio he has and putting together bonus episodes with as many of the missed episodes as we can! Watch for more info soon on that.

    Our sermon is delivered by the Reverend Scott J. Anderson. Our lay reader this Sunday was Bill Bowman. Our sound room technician for this Sunday was Jacob Schandel. This podcast was hosted and produced by Jacob H. Schandel for Shepherd of the Valley Evangelical Lutheran Church. To learn more about our church, please visit www.sotvchurch.com, or follow us on social media @sotvsandyville. Our church is a member congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. You can learn more about the ELCA at www.elca.org, and you can learn about our local Northeastern Ohio Synod at www.neos-elca.org.

    • 25 min

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