Blessed Broken Given
This 4-week sermon series kit will encourage your congregation to see their lives through Jesus' eyes.
To be blessed, is to recover your true identity and calling. To be broken, is to be opened up to the grace of God. To be given, is to discover your mission for the life of the world.
Help your church see their lives as bread that Jesus takes in His hands, blesses, breaks, and gives for the life of the world.
Blessed Broken Given Series Kit Includes:
- 4 Customizable Sermons
- 4 Sermon Video Illustrations
- 4 Promotional Images for Social Media
- 1 Customizable Presentation Slide Deck
- 1 Promotional Video - Series Introduction
- 1 Sermon Series Countdown Video
- Sermon Series Planning Guide (Download Free Sample)
Easily Customize Each Sermon
Four sermons designed to teach your church to walk in their true identity as Christ followers. This series will help your church understand how their lives are like bread in Jesus' hands.
Help your church discover their God-given passions. Together, your church will better understand their true identity and calling.
|Week 1: Your Life as Bread||Luke 9: 10-12, Luke 9: 13-17||Preview|
|Week 2: Blessed||Genesis 1:1-4a, 10-12, 16-18, 21-22, 25-28|
|Week 3: Broken||Luke 22: 19, Hebrews 9:13-14|
|Week 4: Given||Luke 24: 30-32, John 21: 15-18|
Introduce Your Sermons With Video
You'll get the media you need to maximize the Blessed, Broken, Given series in your church. Whether your goal is to reach new believers or encourage seasoned ones, these videos will help you illuminate the powerful truth about our lives in the hands of Jesus.
Sold separately, these video productions retail at $100!
Beautiful Design on The Big Screen
Powerfully communicate your main points with a customizable PowerPoint Deck. This done-for-you presentation highlights each weekly topic in a bold, engaging design to keep your people focused on God's Word.
Use Social Media to Bless Your Church
Help your congregation invite their friends and neighbors to be a part of this life-changing series. Share these social media graphics on Facebook, Instagram, or even through email or SMS text. Encourage your people to invite their friends.
Behind The Sermon Series
The Blessed Broken Given sermon series was created from Glenn Packiam's new book, Blessed Broken Given.
Through clear biblical teaching and practical steps, Packiam leads the reader into a more purposeful, directed, hopeful future.
Glenn Packiam is an Associate Senior Pastor at New Life Church, a multi-congregational church in Colorado Springs. He also serves as the Lead Pastor of New Life Downtown, a thriving New Life congregation in the heart of the city. An ordained Anglican priest serving in a non-denominational church, Packiam treasures Christian practices that are both ancient and modern. He has a doctorate from Durham University, UK. Glenn, his wife Holly, and their four children live in Colorado Springs.
Blessed Broken Given
How Your Story Becomes Sacred in the Hands of Jesus
By Glenn PackiamBuy The Book
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"Blessed Broken Given immerses us in the miraculous story of God, who uses broken and frail humans regardless of their past failures, present realities, or future struggles—all for His glory and our joy. There is nothing common or ordinary about life in Jesus. As you read this book, I pray you'd be able to see the seemingly mundane and ordinary things in your life with new eyes. It is in the common, the small, and the ordinary in which the creator of the universe is joyfully at work."
—Matt Chandler, lead pastor of the Village Church
"Glenn Packiam is a rare gem—budding academic, songwriter, Anglican priest, charismatic pastor, and fantastic writer. To have Glenn's mind and heart aimed at the Table, the locus of the church, is a gift to the church at large. This book is well worth your time."
—John Mark Comer, pastor for teaching and vision at Bridgetown Church and author of The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry