Faith: Swimming Toward Jesus (Matthew 14:22-33; John 21:4-8)
Just what is "a man's place in the world" nowadays?
Palm Sunday: Public Jubilation and Christly Lamentation
A stone is the focal point of this object-based children's sermon, a reminder that the stone which was used for such a sad purpose on Friday became a stone of discovery on Easter Sunday! Whenever you look at a stone, remember that Jesus is alive today.
What should be our response to the Easter message of the resurrection? This sermon suggests laughter! Laughter that celebrates God's reversal of death and rejoices in victory!
This first-person sermon tells the Easter story from the perspective of one who was forever changed by Jesus, Mary Magdalene.
He died so we might live. Yes, but He also died so we might die -- die to personal ambition, to success, to happiness, to personal rights. No one is as free as the person who has said "yes" to death and now walks in resurrection living. If you really want to live, challenges this Easter sermon, try dying!