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  • Narnia: The Lion Is Christ Series

    Contributed by Henry Mccain on Oct 26, 2005
    based on 51 ratings

    This sermon describes that Christ is the Lion of the Lord and he roars holiness to people of the earth.

    Christ is the Lion. He roars to his children. He has asked all of us to be spiritual jedis. He has asked to use our gifts to influence this place where we work for good. He has asked for us to look upon our potential. He has asked for us to come down from the mountain and bless the children of God 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

  • 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: Doorway To The Unseen Series

    Contributed by Dale Kesterson on Dec 6, 2005
    based on 6 ratings

    Based on themes found in C. S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, this message examines the nature of faith and our belief in the unseen.

    I’ve got to tell you all that I am incredibly excited about this week. For one thing, my first male progeny will likely be born this Friday. But there is another event that has really divided my anticipation. Now many of you know that I have what you might call a mild appreciation for C. S. more

  • Narnia: Life Returns Series

    Contributed by Glen Schlecht on Dec 20, 2005
    based on 7 ratings

    Explore how life returns in Narnia, including Aslan, statues, and creation, and make a direct connection to how Jesus brings us back to life today.

    ¡§Life Returns¡¨ Eph2:1-10, Matt.11:1-6, 12-18-05, Advent 4, Narnia 4 Children¡¦s message: Well kids, we¡¦re almost there ¡V Christmas is coming next weekend! That also means that we¡¦re on the last part of our story, ¡§The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.¡¨ Watch the screen for the pictures as more

  • Narnia: Anticipating Hope Series

    Contributed by Daniel Driggs on Dec 27, 2005
    based on 7 ratings

    A comparison of how the story of Christmas and the Chronicles of Narnia bring hope to our lives, as presented in the story "The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe" by C. S. Lewis.

    TITLE: “Anticipating Hope” TEXTS: Matthew 1:18-2:18 and Luke 2:1-20 PREINTRODUCTION: This year we are being faced with a situation that I never thought I’d see in my lifetime, at least not in America. Many of the major shopping centers and department stores have decided that they were going more

  • Finding God In Narnia: Meet The Cast - Mr. & Mrs. Beaver Series

    Contributed by Marty Boller on Nov 11, 2005
    based on 10 ratings

    #3 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.

    So…are you enjoying our journey through Narnia thus far? Last week Sandy, our Narnia tour guide, gave us a brief overview of the land of Narnia. As you may be learning, Narnia is a far & distant land. First imagined in the mind of CS Lewis, it has now been visited by millions of readers since more

  • Narnia: The Myth That's True Series

    Contributed by Randall Bergsma on Nov 30, 2005
    based on 6 ratings

    There is a childlike longing within us that points to the fact we were made for another world, a better one. God’s.

    Intro: (show trailer or...) During WWII, Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy are sent from London to the country home of Professor Digory Kirk for safety. The children find life in the house extremely boring until Lucy discovers a wardrobe that leads to a magical world called Narnia, a world where 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

  • 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: Turkish Delight Series

    Contributed by John Laeger on Dec 13, 2005
    based on 2 ratings

    Edmund’s weakness was Turkish Delight and when he fell to the temptation of Turkish Delight, he hurt himself and others. We also have areas of weakness that when we fall to temptation, we too hurt ourselves and others. But God provides a way out.

    “Turkish Delight” 12/11/05 – John Laeger #2 in series “Narnia: More Than Just A Fantasy” I. Introduction a. ATTENTION GETTER i. How many of you have gone to see Narnia? 1. I give it a total “thumbs up” 2. I plan on seeing it again. ii. Trivia… 1. What was it that Edmund had a more

  • Narnia: Edmund's Joy Series

    Contributed by Jeff Skinner on Dec 14, 2005

    What is joy? True joy is based on God, but what exactly do we mean we say that?

    Edmunds Joy (The Joy of the Lord is My Strength.) Philippians 1 And Nehemiah 8:10 The last couple of weeks we have been talking about the Movie Narnia. This weekend Friday and Saturday it had already grossed almost 68 million dollars. That is better than the first two LOTR movies did their more

  • Narnia: Not Safe, But Good Series

    Contributed by Steve Hickey on Dec 14, 2005
    based on 6 ratings

    Jesus is the Lion of the Tribe of Judah and makes no promise that following him is safe, only that he’s good.

    Not Safe, But Good On April 10, 2002, the first battalions of US soldiers forced their way into Baghdad. The night before, their chaplain gathered them together for prayer and worship and he gave a message from Psalm 91 which is a psalm set in the context of literal warfare and it’s all about more