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  • The Dawn Treader: Aslan’s Country Series

    Contributed by Mike Parry on Dec 13, 2010
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    As the crew of the Dawn Treader move towards Aslan’s Country they find the longing, the glory, and the Lamb.

    Introduction: C. S. Lewis’ masterpiece, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is the third book in the Chronicles of Narnia. It comes to the big screen the weekend of December 10. We are actually purchasing a large block of tickets for 5 pm showing of the movie on Saturday, December 11. The tickets more

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

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

  • 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: 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

  • Narnia: The Victory Of The Lion Series

    Contributed by David Heflin on Jan 3, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    This is the second of three sermons based on "The Chronicles of Narnia."

    The Victory of the Lion Narnia 2 Rev. 5 12/18/05 Introduction: Aslan, the Redeemer. 1. Edmund betrays his siblings. We told the story last week of the four Pevensie children and how the entered the magical land of Narnia. They found out that Narnia was ruled by an evil witch, Jadis, and more

  • The Perfect Gifts Series

    Contributed by Robert Marsh on Jan 3, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    Last in the Series - God has given us gifts that are perfectly fitted to us - to be used to advance His kingdom.

    Christmas in Narnia THE PERFECT GIFTS I Corinthians 12:4-11 / Ephesians 4:7ff “So, wadya get for Christmas?” [Solicit responses from the children] That’s a question that has been asked more over the last week than any other. Kids ask their friends. Grandparents, uncles, cousins and more

  • Christmas In Narnia

    Contributed by Ken Ritz on Jan 3, 2006
    based on 6 ratings

    Uses the Narnia movie to show truth about God.

    Christmas in Narnia Its September 18, 1931, in Oxford, England, Two brilliant young professors walk in the darkness until 3am. One is called Jack by his friends, the other is called Tollers. Jack and Tollers have become great friends, primarily because they both love to read ancient more

  • Narnia: The Chronicles Of Mary

    Contributed by Daniel Saperstein on Dec 19, 2005
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    Sermon for the 4th Sunday of Advent using material from the Chronicles of Narnia to illustrate the faith of Mary

    THE CHRONICLES OF MARY a sermon by Dan Saperstein preached at First Presbyterian Church, Bridgeport NE December 18, 2005 Texts: Ps. 89:1-4, 19-26 Luke 1:26-38 With the bitter cold and snow we have had lately, many of us can take comfort in the fact that Christmas is just around the corner. more

  • Narnia: Jesus (Aslan) The Creator And The Saviour!

    Contributed by Warner Pidgeon on Dec 19, 2005
    based on 3 ratings

    This sermon aims at seekers, using quotes from ’The Magicians Nephew’ and ’The Last Battle’. The world was created through Jesus and he has prepared a place in heaven for all believers! So, let’s become like little children!

    [This sermon was preached in December 2005 at a Carol Service in partnership with ’Naomi House’, a local hospital providing respite care for terminally ill children and their families. Many people in the congregation are not / were not Christians and this message was especially aimed at them. more

  • Narnia: The Lion Series

    Contributed by Weston Holen on Dec 20, 2005

    Jesus, the Lion of the Tribe of Judah, is good, powerful, and worthy of praise!

    The Chronicles of Narnia is getting positive reviews from many sources. But not everyone likes the film. In The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, the children hear someone say, mysteriously, "Aslan is on the move". C. S. Lewis writes: "Now a very curious thing happened. None of the children more

  • Christmas Comes To Narnia Series

    Contributed by Mark Krieger on Dec 20, 2005

    This is the third message in a three part series on Chronicles of Narnia, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. The theme is Jesus, born to reign

    WHAT IF THERE WERE NO CHRISTMAS Christmas Comes to Narnia Luke 1:26-33 This message is the third of a three part series on Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe. The slides below are power point slides used during the message. The picture slides were copied from web more

  • Narnia: A Deeper Magic

    Contributed by Greg Hamby on Dec 20, 2005

    4th in a series of sermons based on "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe" that makes the connection between the power of Aslan and the power of Christ.

    “A Deeper Magic” I John 4: 7-12 December 18, 2005 I’d like to begin our time together this morning by asking you a question. Here it is, “What if it were always winter, but never Christmas?” To tell you the truth, this question isn’t my own. It is in fact a question that is suggested by the more

  • Narnia: I Love Lucy

    Contributed by Greg Hamby on Dec 20, 2005
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    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: Enter The Story Series

    Contributed by Mike Evans on Dec 20, 2005
    based on 2 ratings

    We enter the fantacy world of Narnia and discover an invitation to understand life as a story that finds a right context in God’s grader story.

    Enter the Story pt. 1 of 5 Philippians 4:8 Fix your thoughts on what is true and honorable and right. Think about things that are pure and lovely and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise. How much time have you spent thinking this week? What tends to claim your more

  • Narnia: Aslan On The Move Series

    Contributed by Mike Evans on Dec 20, 2005
    based on 2 ratings

    We can deal with the challenges we face in this adventure of our life when we know God has a plan and Jesus is on the move.

    Aslan Is On Them Move pt. 2 of 5 [This message makes use of audio clips from Focus on the Family Radio Theater’s audio version of “The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe.] “You have a good imagination!” Paul Friskney describes that statement as an effective way to compliment a child or criticize more