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  • A Royal Identity Series

    Contributed by Mike Parry on May 5, 2008
    based on 8 ratings

    Using Prince Caspian as a backdrop, the text describes that you can recognize a prince or princess in the Kingdom by their pedigree, primer, pursuits, and power.

    “A Royal Identity” Lessons from Prince Caspian FCC – May 4, 2008 Text: Various Reference: C. S. Lewis’ Prince Caspian Introduction: This morning we begin a short sermon series entitled “Lessons from Prince Caspian.” There are 7 books in the Narnia series and they have sold over 100 more

  • Prince Caspian: Our Special Connection To Nature Series

    Contributed by Timothy Darling on Jan 21, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    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

  • Easter: Do You Believe In The God Of Surprises?

    Contributed by Warner Pidgeon on Apr 3, 2010
    based on 2 ratings

    Do you believe in the God of surprises? I do - but there is no way the friends of Jesus expected him to rise from the dead. No way! But the Good News is that he did and it is Good News for all people. Do you believe in the God of surprises?

    Do you believe in the God of surprises? Now, let’s be clear, just in case anyone’s not sure. Although The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is one of my favourite books, and one of my favourite films, I know that it’s only make-believe; but just like the parables that Jesus told – the stories he 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: Encounter The Power

    Contributed by Jill Richardson on Dec 21, 2005

    The last in a series on the Chronicles of Narnia, this sermon explains the power found in forgiveness and sacrifice, unlike the power the world expects.

    ENOCUNTER THE POWER This week, we had a hero in the news. This man was twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize because of his work among disadvantaged, at risk kids and his utter determination to keep them off streets and out of gangs. He has written books on the subject and dedicated his life more

  • Narnia: A World Without Jesus Would Be A Hopeless World Series

    Contributed by Scott Weber on Dec 21, 2005
    based on 2 ratings

    This is the third and final sermon in a series that explores the question, "What if Jesus had never been born?" It uses themes from the book of the same title by D. James Kennedy and Jerry Newcombe. We also had an original drama each week and video clip

    What If It Was Always Winter And Never Christmas? (What If Jesus Had Never Been Born?) Part #3 – December 25 – “A world without Jesus would be a hopeless world” What would the world be like without Christmas?” Without Christmas . . . 1. The fruitcake market would completely collapse. 2. more

  • Narnia: Good News For Sticky Situations Series

    Contributed by Mark Thornton on Dec 21, 2005
    based on 3 ratings

    This is the second message (of 3) relating the Christmas story to the story of Narnia. This one looks at the characcter of Edmund, and describes the similarities between Turkish Delight and Sin in our lives.

    GOOD NEWS FOR STICKY SITUATIONS -- Pastor Mark Thornton -- Sunday, December 4, 2005 (Note – This is more of an outline than a manuscript – I shared more in the way of content and illustrations than what is printed here. I also want to acknowledge that the inspiration and seed thoughts more

  • Narnia: Always Winter And Never Christmas Series

    Contributed by Timothy Darling on Dec 22, 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

  • Narnia: Why Won't Anyone Believe Us? Series

    Contributed by Timothy Darling on Dec 22, 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

  • Narnia: The Lion Comes Series

    Contributed by Timothy Darling on Dec 22, 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

  • Narnia: The Original Lion-King Series

    Contributed by Jeffrey Ebert on Dec 22, 2005
    based on 6 ratings

    Jesus is the great Lion King who cannot be caged or ignored. He comes into your life with awesome power and majestic love.

    THE ORIGINAL LION-KING Revelation 5:1-14 This Christmas season we have been using the children’s story of the Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe as a means of illuminating the life and mission of Jesus. The author of the book, C. S. Lewis, was a dynamic and prolific Christian writer. He created a more

  • Narnia: The Curse Of The Witch Series

    Contributed by David Heflin on Dec 27, 2005
    based on 11 ratings

    This is the first of three sermons based on the Chronicles of Narnia.

    The Curse of the Witch Narnia 1 12/11/05 PSCOC Introduction: Enter the magical and cursed land of Narnia. 1. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. 55 of us went to see the movie on opening night, and it was quite a treat. For two hours we were transported to the magical land of Narnia more

  • (Narnia) Aslan: Tragedy Turns To Triumph Series

    Contributed by Glenn Teal on Dec 27, 2005
    based on 6 ratings

    Third in a series of three. This message brings the message of CHristmas and Narnia together for a conclusion focusing on Aslan the Roaring Lion.

    ASLAN: TURNING TRAGEDY TO TRUIMPH Eveyone here knows that line from Away in a Manger that says: The cattle are lowing the baby awakes but little Lord Jesus no crying he makes. Personally I think that is one of the stupidest lines ever written. Why do so many people insist on taming Jesus? more

  • Narnia: Born To Die Series

    Contributed by Timothy Smith on Dec 27, 2005
    based on 4 ratings

    4th in 4 part series using "The Chronicles of Narnia" as a springboard to Biblical truths about Christmas.

    “BORN TO DIE” The Chronicles of Christmas - Week 4 Matthew 1:20-25 INTRODUCTION TO THE SERMON: (After :32 video intro) The story is told of a 6 year old who had a new baby brother. His mother had told him that his new brother was a gift from heaven. So, one afternoon he tiptoed softly up more