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  • Narnia: Who Is Aslan? Who Is Jesus? Series

    Contributed by Tanner Smith on Nov 18, 2005
    based on 5 ratings

    This is part 1 of a 4 part series on the Chronicles of Narnia book "The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe."

    Session #1 – Who is Aslan? Who is Jesus? John 1:1-5; Mark 10:17-22; John 1:10-11 The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe: Ch. 8 Children ask Mr. and Mrs. Beaver “Is he (Aslan) dangerous?” Questions this sermon tries to address: Who does Aslan represent in the Chronicles of Narnia? What more

  • When You Leave Narnia Series

    Contributed by Tanner Smith on Nov 18, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    Part 4 of a 4 part series on CS Lewis’ book "The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe."

    Session #4- When You Leave Narnia Romans 12:1; Luke 21:1-4 TLTWATW: Ch. 15- mice chew rope for Aslan This sermon attempts to address the following questions: Do you believe God has called you to serve other people? Why or why not? Do people give you opportunities to serve? Do you take more

  • Narnia: Turkish Delight And Grace Series

    Contributed by Randy Christensen on Nov 28, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    Edmund’s selfish choices enslaved him to the White Witch. He could only be set free by the Lion’s sacrifice, and a personal encounter with Aslan.

    Introduction: …there was a land that existed where a horrible evil ruler had come and taken over the land… …she knew that 4 children…2 sons of Adam and 2 daughters of Eve were to rule in the land… she met one—Edmund—whom she tempted Powerpoint of Edmund and witch …Turkish delight …he more

  • Narnia: Greed And Thanksgiving Series

    Contributed by Randy Christensen on Nov 28, 2005
    based on 2 ratings

    Edmund displays the innate selfishness that we all have and reaps the negative consequences that results from a life of greed.

    Narnia intro: 4 Pevensie children enter the land and have an overwhelming task to defeat the white witch. Who do you turn to when you are weak? (Jesus!) Who did Lucy, Susan and Peter turn to? (Aslan) Who did Peter turn to? (the white witch… WHY?) *view DVD segment of Edmund meeting more

  • Narnia: What Are You Waiting For? Series

    Contributed by Jeff Thiemann on Nov 28, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    Advent is a time of watching, waiting and anticipating Jesus’ activity in our lives as Jesus has turned to each of us, to pull us into God’s great story of salvation for the world.

    What are you waiting for? This is an appropriate question to ask on this Sunday as we begin the new church year and as we begin the season of Advent, these four Sundays that lead up to Christmas. Advent is a time of preparation; our preparation often includes much time shopping, decorating, more

  • Narnia: Delivering A Grown Up Story To The Child Within

    Contributed by Daniel Donaldson on Nov 28, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    Can the words of this inspired author take us to a place of deeper, yet childlike faith in the story behind the story of Christmas, in a land called Narnia?

    Narnia: Delivering a Grown Up Story to the Child Within Dan Donaldson November 27, 2005 In a few days, in fact already, you will be subjected to a massive advertising campaign to urge you to take your children to see a new film, “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.” The timing was no more

  • Narnia: A New Breath Of Life Series

    Contributed by Pat Cook on Nov 30, 2005
    based on 8 ratings

    #4 in Narnia series, #9 in Take a Hike: Walking in the Spirit series. This is about Jesus breathing on His disciples, and what that means.

    John 20:22 – Narnia: A New Breath of Life Tonight we are finishing our dual series. We are wrapping up our series on walking in the Spirit, which we started in September. And we are finishing up our series on the Chronicles of Narnia, this being the 4th and final sermon for that. I’d more

  • Narnia: Always Winter - Never Christmas Series

    Contributed by Ken Sowers on Nov 30, 2005
    based on 6 ratings

    We were created to hunger for another world Jesus meets us in our dark world That intersection is called Christmas

    Today we begin a 3 week series based on C.S. Lewis’ best selling book The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Narnia stories have sold over 85 million copies in 29 languages over last ½ century. Summarize the book briefly Fantasy is a huge part of Christmas - Songs - Over the river and more

  • Narnia- The Lion: Not Safe, But Good Series

    Contributed by Phillip Hearn on Dec 6, 2005

    This sermon uses the "not safe, but good" designation of Aslan as a springboard to talk about the holiness and love of Christ.

    Sermon: The Lion: Not Safe, But Good NOTE ON SERMON: We began and ended this sermon with a “readers theater” out of “The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe.” BLACK LUCY But we must save Mr. Tumnus, we must. LIGHTS UP NARRATOR Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy were all huddled within more

  • Narnia: The Wardrobe Series

    Contributed by Eric Dykstra on Dec 6, 2005
    based on 2 ratings

    The Bible is the portal to the supernatural realm like the wardrobe was the portal to Narnia.

    **Drama: NARNIA Intro: Are you into that? Well Good morning. Obviously from that, you know that we are starting our new three week Christmas series today. The Chronicles of Narnia. We want to spend the next three weeks before the Holidays exploring a world that is always winter but never more

  • The Gospel According To... Prince Caspian Series

    Contributed by Mark Eberly 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

  • Prince Caspian: Our Special Connection To Nature Series

    Contributed by Timothy Darling on Jan 21, 2009
    based on 2 ratings

    Lewis shows us a profound view of the divinely ordained human stewardship of nature. Are we courageous and responsible enough to accept our role?

    Prince Caspian: Our special connection to nature Genesis 2:15-20 In the last decade over 1000 species of animal were discovered in the Mekong jungles and wetlands of Asia. That averages to a species a week. Among them were never before named types more

  • Prince Caspian: Confidence Without Evidence Series

    Contributed by Timothy Darling on Jan 21, 2009

    Faith, by definition, requires us to move beyond our senses and our reason into an area that cannot be proven.

    Prince Caspian: Confidence without evidence 1 Peter 1:8-9 The children are confronted with a choice. They don’t know which way to go to get across the gorge and meet Prince Caspian. Earlier in the story, Lucy sees Aslan, and points him out to the others. He is guiding them a specific but more

  • Prince Caspian: Following, Even If No One Else Will Go Series

    Contributed by Timothy Darling on Jan 26, 2009

    Sometimes you have to make the choice to follow God when others around you are failing.

    Prince Caspian: Following, even if no one else will go (Show Prince Caspian Clip, Lucy sees Aslan, or Lucy meets Aslan) The KJV says, "be offended" instead of "fall away". The translation is trying to capture the spiritual implications of what it means to be ensnared by Satan. Jesus is about more

  • Narnia: Encounter The Power Series

    Contributed by Lin Smalec on Dec 6, 2005
    based on 9 ratings

    Just as Edmund encounters powers both good and evil in Narnia, we encounter the power of sin and God’s power of love in our own world at Christmas.

    Rev. Lin Smalec Salem Church, Waynesboro, PA ENCOUNTER THE POWER Second Sunday of Advent 4 December 2005 Well, folks, this is the week - on Friday, the Narnia movie comes to our local theaters! One question on my mind, and I’m sure many of you are thinking the same thing, more