Sermon Series
  • 1. Narnia: Begin The Journey

    Contributed on Dec 28, 2005

    Introduction to our Narnia Christmas series; coincided with the opening of the film The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe. This message provided information regarding the author (C.S. Lewis) the basic story, the characters and specific themes

    Narnia Christmas Series “Begin the Journey” Oakbrook Church 12/4/05 Intro.- The scenes and music start slowly; children standing by a train station, later playing a game of hide and seek at an old country mansion. A little girl climbs into a giant wardrobe and is magically transported to a more

  • 2. Narnia: The Adventure Begins

    Contributed on Dec 28, 2005

    Part 2 of our Narnia series. Some journeys take us far from home, while others become adventures that lead us to our destiny. Such was the case for Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy in C.S. Lewis’s classic, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. They took

    Narnia Christmas Series “The Adventure Begins” Oakbrook Church 12/11/05 Intro.- Just curious, have any of you seen The Lion... ,yet? Assoc. Press review by David Germain in Thursday’s Press Gazette- 3 stars out of 4; “a rollicking work of pure escapism definitely worth your time and more

  • 3. Narnia: Encounter The Power

    Contributed on Dec 28, 2005

    A look at the lion from The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe- Aslan is his name. A brief overview of the story and the significant lessons we can learn. Aslan’s death is a picture of Ultimate love- a substitutionary sacrifice for one who is undeserving; g

    Narnia Christmas Series “Encounter the Power” Oakbrook Church 12/18/05 Intro.- “What’s up with the lion?” (slide) On posters and TV advertisement everywhere, billboard on Schuering Rd, the 8’ oil painting; what’s up with the lion? Here we are in the middle of December 2005, when people are more

  • 4. Narnia: What If There Were No Christmas

    Contributed on Dec 28, 2005
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    The Narnians long for spring, well, really they long for much more than spring, they long to be rescued from the evil witch, they long for the return of Aslan, the Rightful ruler of Narnia; they long for hope that is bigger than their everyday hardships a

    Narnia Christmas Series “What if there were no Christmas” Oakbrook Church 12/24/05 Intro.- It looks like we have a long winter ahead of us. (slide-) I hate it when we get snow and cold so early. I was born and raised in GB, so this isn’t anything new, but the older I get the longer and colder more