Sermon Series
  • 1. Narnia: Always Winter And Never Christmas

    Contributed on Dec 21, 2005
    based on 7 ratings

    Sometimes the waiting in our lives is like a winter of unending anticipation.

    In his book The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, C. S. Lewis tells how a young girl, Lucy, enters the wardrobe in the spare room of the Professor’s house and is unable to find the back of the cabinet. Instead she works her way through fur coats and steps into a forest with snow crunching under more

  • 2. Narnia: Why Won't Anyone Believe Us?

    Contributed on Dec 21, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    Sometimes the message of the Gospel is as difficult for others to believe as a magical world beyond the wardrobe.

    In the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, the wardrobe represents the barrier to belief. Beyond the back of that cabinet lay a magical world in which humans could be heroes and the fantastic was true. Lucy goes into the wardrobe and finds the back of it a gateway to a wonderful place called Narnia. more

  • 3. Narnia: The Lion Comes

    Contributed on Dec 21, 2005
    based on 13 ratings

    As a lion is passionate about protecting his young, Christ’s passion is his love for you.

    The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe is a Christian allegory, so, it is not surprising that there are people in the world who are attacking this story and Lewis in writing it. Some even say that the Church is making it out to be something it is not. The Bible does use the lion for many ideas, but in more

  • 4. Narnia: The Lion Returns

    Contributed on Jan 4, 2006
    based on 5 ratings

    As with Aslan in Narnia, the resurrection of the Lord Jesus signifies His ultimate triumph over sin and death.

    The Lion Returns In the book The Life of Pi, Pi Patel, a little Hindu boy goes into a church and asks the priest to tell him a story. The priest tells him the story of Jesus. The next day Pi goes back and asks to hear another story. The priest very wisely tells him Christians have only one more