Sermon Series
  • 1. The Gospel According To... Horton Hears A Who

    Contributed on Dec 3, 2008
    based on 6 ratings

    We are preparing for the coming of Christ by looking at points where our culture and the gospel of the kingdom intersect. What does Horton Hears a Who have to do with the gospel?

    The Gospel According to… Horton Hears a Who Luke 9:46-50 November 30, 2008 It is advent time again. This marks in the Christian year a time of preparing for the coming of Jesus. It is a time of preparing for his coming again as well as marking the original coming of Christ as a babe in a more

  • 2. The Gospel According To... Prince Caspian

    Contributed on Dec 15, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    Through this classic children’s story turned into movie, we find an essential element for following Jesus and the coming of God’s Kingdom.

    The Gospel According To… Prince Caspian Acts 10 December 7, 2008 This week we are going to look at the Gospel According to Prince Caspian, which came out on DVD this week and we was shown on movie night on Friday. How many of you have read the Chronicles of Narnia? I’ve read them three or four more

  • 3. The Gospel According To... The Grinch

    Contributed on Dec 15, 2008
    based on 2 ratings

    The Grinch has an extremely relevant message that is important to remember about the gospel as well as Christmas. Let’s examine this Christmas story in light of the real Christmas story.

    The Gospel According to… The Grinch Luke 2:1-7 December 14, 2008 The gospel according to… the Grinch. Adapted from Dr. Seuss’ “How the Grinch Stole Christmas!” or what might be a better title, “How the Grinch Tried to Steal Christmas.” The Grinch hates Christmas and he hates the Whos and more

  • 4. The Gospel According To... Charlie Brown

    Contributed on Dec 22, 2008
    based on 5 ratings

    The Good News about the Good News is that it is redemption for losers like Charlie Brown as well as you and I.

    The Gospel According To… Charlie Brown Luke 2:8-15 December 21, 2008 The Gospel According to… Charlie Brown. Charlie Brown cannot catch a break. He is the stereotypical American loser. Whenever he tries to kick the football that Lucy is holding, every time she pulls it away at the last second more