FREE Easter Media for Your Live Stream
John 20:1-18 NIV
The Empty Tomb
Sermons on John 20:1-18
Browse hundreds of popular sermons
Church Media on John 20:1-18
Live stream this media for Easter
Collection: Christ's Triumphant Resurrection
A curated list of popular resources
The Easter Challenge
A 30-day challenge that can change everything
Against All Odds
This Easter, celebrate Jesus doing the impossible
This Is Love
Rediscover the power of the cross this Easter
An incredible journey through Holy Week
5 reasons God says we should never worry about anything from Matthew 6:25-34
(Material and outline adapted from Rick Warren's sermon entitled "Letting God Meet My Needs: Living in the Goodness of God, part 2")
Matthew 6:25-34, Philippians 4:6-7
Christian/Church Of Christ
Three concerns I have in the wake of the coronavirus plague
Psalms 91:1-7, Isaiah 41:9-14, Luke 18:7-8
In the midst of our problems, let’s pause, pivot and praise God!
In troubled and uncertian times, 1 John 5 provides us with 5 truths of which we can be certain: our promise, our prayers, our protector, our place, and our Prince!
1 John 5:13-20
This sermon deals with what should be a believer's response to the crisis of the coronavirus. Our hope is to be in the Lord who is our Shepherd.
Psalms 23:1-6, James 4:13-15
There are key Biblical truths to live by when the world is facing a pandemic. Living by the truths in this message will enable you to enjoy God’s peace while those in this world panic.
what could the coronavirus do
What the Christian should do and believe in responce to the Coronavirus Plague
How should Christians deal with the current pandemic at a spiritual level. Dr. Tow looks to the word of God for guidance and points to Daniel's prayer in chapter 9 as a model to follow.
Daniel 9, Psalms 46:1, 2 Chronicles 7:13-14, James 5:16, James 4:7-10, Numbers 16, 1 Chronicles 21, Numbers 25
The Bible encourages us to “look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen” (2 Corinthians 4:18). That's just what Elisha does in 2 Kings 6. What does he see that we often don't?
2 Kings 6:8-23, 2 Corinthians 4:18
This message provides three simple responses for the Christian to follow during the coronavirus pandemic. Pastor Tow recommends a balanced approach of prudence and faith. We are given ample instruction in Scripture for dealing with any crisis.
Psalms 91, Luke 4:12, Psalms 27, Isaiah 26:3-4, 2 Chronicles 7:13-15, Philippians 4:6-7, Amos 4:6-12, Psalms 20:7, 2 Timothy 1:7
What if we got as serious about the sin in our lives as we have about the coronavirus. “What if we treated sin like it was the coronavirus.” How would our lives change?
Isaiah 59:2, Hebrews 3:12, 1 Peter 1:14-16
Psalm 91 describes God's unqualified protection of His faithful Saints. This psalm lays out the prerequisites for His protection, what He saves us from, and the means He uses to protect us. This is especially necessary in the age of Coronavirus.
Assembly Of God
how should you handle the Coronavirus?
2 Peter 3:14
In this sermon, Dr. David Mende reminds us that the Church is the agent of healing and hope in this world. This sermon talks about seven ways the Church can respond to this pandemic.
2 Chronicles 7:14