Shared on: Mar 25, 2019
Explain the benefits of the discipline of fasting to your busy congregation. A great topic for your acknowledgment of Ash Wednesday.
Shared on: Mar 4, 2019
Help your congregation avoid the shame-trap and to stand firmly within the powerful truth of Christ's grace and forgiveness.
Shared on: Feb 25, 2019
The cross is the place where wounds are healed, freedom is found, and new beginnings start. As we begin this journey of Lent, bring your congregation to Cross.
Shared on: Mar 18, 2019
Lent is a time to reflect on how sin actively seeks to enslave and how we all need to be set free from its bondage in the grace of Jesus Christ.
Shared on: Feb 1, 2016
Discover the importance of prayer.
Shared on: Mar 6, 2019
Embrace the themes of Ash Wednesday!
Shared on: Feb 21, 2016
What does it mean for us as Christians to face temptation?
Shared on: Feb 22, 2016
What you believe about Jesus changes everything.
Shared on: Feb 17, 2020
As Ash Wednesday marks the first day of the season Lent, the church reflects upon their sin and the death of Christ.
Shared on: Feb 24, 2020
Reignite your congregations communion with the Christ by preaching on the value of prayer and fasting during this season of Lent.
Shared on: Feb 12, 2015
Answer your church's questions about what is expected from a Christian when we sin and how a non-Christian can become a believer through genuine, biblical repentance.
Shared on: Mar 11, 2019
Help your congregation gain a heart of wisdom by inviting them to consider their death and mortality in light of the cross.
Shared on: Feb 5, 2018
In preparation for Good Friday and Easter, Lent is a time for God's people to fast from the busyness of the world, and feast on the Word of God and prayer.
Shared on: Feb 27, 2017
Ash Wednesday begins Lent’s journey to the cross. This bundle can help your congregation take an honest look at those things that entice them to turn away from Jesus.
Shared on: Mar 6, 2017
St. Patrick's Day gives opportunity for your congregation to remember missionaries and to consider the cost of discipleship.