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  • Like Lucy

    Contributed by Bob Joyce on Aug 4, 2011

    It takes the church, coming together in unity, with a common vision, a common mission, relinquishing our individual rights, in order to see things happen for the Kingdom.

    In one of the Peanuts specials, Linus is reclining on the floor watching television. Lucy walks in and says to him, “Change the channel right now.” Linus says, “I was here first, why should I change the channel?” Lucy holds up her hand. She said, “You see these five more

  • Narnia: Lucy's Faith Is "Unswerving" Series

    Contributed by Chuck Cody on Oct 26, 2005
    based on 6 ratings

    The first step is faith. Despite what others may think your journey begins now and it begins by saying yes to Jesus.

    I remember in my late twenties, I had moved several times, and I was going back to what had been home to me during my high school years. I was going to be staying with some old friends, you know the ones, the ones that know all your stories, that know the “real” you, the ones that know all those more

  • Narnia: I Love Lucy

    Contributed by Greg Hamby on Dec 20, 2005
    based on 2 ratings

    2nd in a series of sermons on "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe" that makes the connection between the character Lucy in Narnia and the importance of childlike faith in the real world.

    “I Love Lucy” Mark 10: 13-16 December 4, 2005 Last week, we began our Advent season with the first in a series of 3 sermons that find their origin in CS Lewis’ book, and the soon to be released Disney film, “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.” As I said last week, the book centers on the more

  • Narnia: Lucy Looks Into A Wardrobe - The Bible Series

    Contributed by Paul Anglemyer on Dec 14, 2005
    based on 13 ratings

    Children’s sermon To teach that the Bible is an amazing book that we need to read and know! Chapter 1 of The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe

    Theme: Today the children will learn that the Bible is an amazing book that we need to read and know! Action Point: Today’s action point is, "I will read the Bible". Encourage the children to read the Bible. Start up a Bible reading contest or assign scriptures to be read every week in more

  • Finding God In Narnia: Meet The Cast - Susan & Lucy Series

    Contributed by Marty Boller on Dec 5, 2005
    based on 7 ratings

    #6 of 8 Narnia teachings. Geared to help you draw out and apply the powerful scriptural truths found in C.S. Lewis’ classic: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe.

    Envision with me the glimmer of a lamppost in the distance, and snow is falling ever so gently across the beam of light, allowing for you to barely pick up on the trees draped in their bridal gown of white. This is an unEXPECTED discovery, what lies ahead beyond the forest is a new world, a place more

  • Narnia: Discover The Wonder: He Is Closer Than You Might Think Series

    Contributed by Rurel Ausley on Dec 8, 2005
    based on 5 ratings

    Explores Lucy’s surprise experience of Narnia with the truth that there are "wardrobe doors" for us to walk through to discover the Kingdom of God.

    Discover The Wonder: He Is Closer Than You Might Think Lk.1:29-35; 2:8-15; Mk.1:15; 2 Kgs.6:14-18 Intro… 1) Lk.1:29-35…Mary and Joseph are going about there merry, obscure little way, when….all of a sudden the unseen spiritual world contacts them with a message from the angel Gabriel…you more

  • Narnia: Believing The Incredible Series

    Contributed by Lee Johnson on Dec 12, 2005
    based on 17 ratings

    Lucy’s opening of the wardrobe into a new world can symbolize the opportunity for our hearts to connect with God. No matter what our situation, trial, or need, God is only a blink away. Open the door . . . see the light.

    Title: “Believing the Incredible” Is it possible that someone can open a door and enter into a new world? The truth about our existence is that there is another world near us. And this world is not so visible, but it is the one that we’ve always hoped for, where life-purpose and adventure are more

  • Between A Rock And A Hard Place

    Contributed by Johnny Carver on Aug 6, 2007
    based on 5 ratings

    I can appreciate the frustration Charlie Brown has in the Peanuts cartoons. Like the one where Lucy sharing her

    Scripture: Phil. 1:23 Subject: “Between A Rock and A Hard Place” Introduction: I can appreciate the frustration Charlie Brown has in the Peanuts cartoons. Like the one where Lucy sharing her philosophy and Charlie is listening. As usual, Lucy has the floor, delivering one of her more

  • Narnia: Through The Wardrobe Into Winter Series

    Contributed by Chris Powell on Nov 30, 2005
    based on 24 ratings

    This sermon was written for the first Sunday of Advent, and focuses around the first encounter of Lucy in the land of Narnia.

    Through the Wardrobe into Winter Isaiah 9.1-3 I. Introduction I would like for everyone to place there imagination hats on with me this morning as we journey into an enchanted land known as Narnia. We need to recapture a sense of wonder and each of us needs to find our inner child. I need more

  • Narnia: Romping With The Lion

    Contributed by Jeffrey Wildrick on Dec 21, 2005

    The scene of Aslan romping with Susan and Lucy reminds us that God created us for an abundant and joyful life.

    Romping with the Lion December 18, 2005 (Jesus said,) “I tell you the truth, I am the gate for the sheep. All who came before me were thieves and robbers. But the true sheep did not listen to them. Yes, I am the gate. Those who come in through me will be saved. They will come and go freely and more

  • Narnia: A Door To Another World Series

    Contributed by Butch Vernon on Nov 11, 2005
    based on 64 ratings

    This is a message comparing stepping into the Christian life and the adventure that follows to Lucy stepping through the wardrobe.

    A DOOR TO ANOTHER WORLD Our Music Minister, Mo and our Sunday School director, Steve, were passengers on a jet crossing the Atlantic. The pilot came on the intercom to report trouble with engine number one that had to be shut down. The flight would last an hour longer, but there was no cause more

  • We Walk By Faith, Not By Sight Series

    Contributed by Bob Beltz on May 15, 2008
    based on 11 ratings

    One of the classic scenes in the book involves the first sighting of Aslan by Lucy when the children return to Narnia.

    Dear Church Leader, As a life-long C.S. Lewis fan, and a pastor for twenty-five years, I am excited not only about the wholesome entertainment value of the second film in the Chronicles of Narnia series, but also about the tool the film can be for churches and ministries. I’ve been told that more

  • Narnia: Passage To A New World

    Contributed by James Curry on Jan 9, 2006
    based on 1 rating

    From the light of the manger, we have an invitation to enter a whole new world similiar to how Lucy and the children found the world of Narnia

    15 days ago the movie “Narnia” was released. Narnia is a mystical world full of intriguing characters, adventures, and ultimately (like any great story) a majestic battle between good and evil. Though ficticious, it parallels in many ways the world in which we live. Most like Midwest: Narnia more

  • The Light Of Christmas

    Contributed by Ralph Andrus on Dec 14, 2005
    based on 15 ratings

    - Two things Lucy saw coming into Narnia - First it was Winter - Second a lamppost in the middle of a wood - Have you noticed that the Christmas story is told in bleakness of hard taxation & darkness? - Not much different than today

    PowerPoint - + New Slide, > New Transation The Light Of Christmas ---------------------- Lk 1:78-79 + Christmas Lights in town — The Light of Christmas 7x (Slides of Christmas Lights) + - Two things Lucy saw coming into Narnia was Winter > - Second a lamppost in the middle more

  • Narnia - Just Call Me Edmund

    Contributed by Robert Fox on Dec 20, 2005
    based on 12 ratings

    We probably all identify with the nobler characters in this movie - Noble Peter, Loyal Lucy, Steadfast Susan. But in reality, we are all Edmund. Student ministry PowerPoint format.

    [NARNIA – JUST CALL ME EDWARD] Slide Graphics – picture of Lucy standing by lamppost, picture of C.S. Lewis Slide Text – “There are no ordinary people. You have never talked to a mere mortal. Natures, cultures, arts, civilizations – these are mortal, and their life is to ours as the life of a more