Contributing sermons since Dec 6, 2005
Contributed on Feb 12, 2007
What is true beauty? Who has it? How do you get it? Everyone was designed by God to be extraordinarily beautiful. Student ministry powerpoint format.
This material was originally presented to a high school audience in PowerPoint format. If you have questions or would like a copy of the original PowerPoint files, drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org [Relationships – Beauty] Slide Graphic – drawing of beautiful woman – Leonardo Da ...read more
Becoming A Champion
Contributed on Feb 5, 2007
What does it take to be a champion on God’s team? Compares crown of Rightwousness to championship ring. Student Ministry PowerPoint format
[Becoming a Champion] I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus. (Philippians 3:14) This Material was originally presented to a high school audience in PowerPoint format. If you have any questions or would like a copy of the original ...read more
Contributed on Jan 29, 2007
It’s not enough to join the team and take your position, you need to put on the equipment and learn to use it so you don’t get taken out of the game on the first play. Student Ministry PowerPoint format.
[Suit Up] Therefore put on the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything, to stand. (Ephesians 6:17) This material was originally presented to a High School audience in PowerPoint format. If you have any ...read more
Play Your Position
Contributed on Jan 25, 2007
Compares our unique role in the body of Christ’s church to playing your assigned postion on a football team. Student Ministry Powerpoint presentation.
[Play Your Position] A body isn’t just a single part blown up into something huge. It’s all the different-but-similar parts arranged and functioning together … If the body was all eye, how could it hear? If all ear, how could it smell? As it is, we see that God has carefully placed each part of ...read more
Don't Stand On The Sidelines
Contributed on Jan 19, 2007
Compares being a Christ Follower to being a member of a football team, focus on choosing to follow God, and "holy ground". Student Ministry PowerPoint format.
[Don’t stand on the Sidelines] If you decide that it’s a bad thing to worship God, then choose a god you’d rather serve - and do it today … As for me and my family, we’ll worship God. (Joshua 24:15 MSG) This material was originally presented in PowerPoint format to a student ministry audience. ...read more
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This Is A Pretty Cool Illustration. The ...
Contributed on Dec 18, 2006
(this is a pretty cool illustration. The materials cost less than $3, and, though it was originally intended more for a junior high audience, it actually is pretty fascinating for all ages, including senior high and adults. Everyone likes to blow things up!) Let me give you a visual. Another ...read more
From Dennis Rainey): Set Out A ...
Contributed on Dec 4, 2006
Illustration (from Dennis Rainey): Set out a “minefield of traps. I happen to have some animal traps – huge deadly-looking metal devices I inherited from my grandfather. Set them out all over the floor. Label them with things like “greed”, “lust”, “power”, “popularity”, and “Alcohol”. ...read more
The Gifts Of Service Are Sometimes Considered ...
Contributed on Dec 20, 2005
The gifts of service are sometimes considered "second-rate." compared with gifts like "evangelism." Without faithful Christians exercising their gift of service, the gifts of evangelism are powerless. It is quite true that people don’t “care how much you know until they know how much you ...read more
In England, Most Radio And Television Stations ...
Contributed on Dec 6, 2005
In England, most radio and television stations are run by the government-operated British Broadcasting Service (the BBC). There are some independent stations today, but 40 years ago, the BBC ruled the airwaves alone in England. In 1965, a free-spirit named Roy Bates, decided to set up his own, ...read more