Sermon series Everybody loves free ideas and resources.  And if you are in any creative ministry position, you are probably often looking for inspiration or freebies to help you do your work.  As a ministry, we are regularly producing great content for our sermon series.  The creative process to developing these is one of the areas that I am most passionate.  I love working with our team as we brainstorm ideas and then helping move ideas forward into a finished product.

Feel free to use these ideas to inspire your own ideas or use the supplied media and replicate the series yourself.  The only thing we ask is that you don’t sell our original content as your own.  Also please note, that occasionally some of our series images heavily rely on stock images; in those case you must purchase the original source image in order to have legal permission to use the image.

Truth be Told

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Series Description: Everyday there are so many different messages that we’re being told. Some of the messages we like, others we don’t. But the most important ones are the ones that are true, even if they’re hard to hear. In the book of Romans, the Apostle Paul tells us a very important message. The message is hard to hear, but it’s true. It’s a message that reminds us that we need a Savior, and that’s exactly what God has given us.

Note: In order to have permission to use this graphic for your sermon series, you must download the appropriate size image from Lightstock.  Get this image here.  If you purchased the graphic assets and want the full size image with the text, just let me know and I’ll get it to you. 

Waiting for Christmas

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Series Description: It seems like every year the Christmas season starts earlier and earlier. Commercials, retailers,  and radio stations try to remind us that Christmas is coming. The stress that comes with the anticipation arrives earlier too. Will we get the house cleaned? Will the shopping be done in time? Will there be family drama? As we wait for Christmas, it is easy to focus on what we wait for. . . the parties, the decorating, the bargains, and the gifts. But it’s important to remember who we are waiting for. We’re waiting for the King who came as a baby boy. And this king is no ordinary king. . . he’s a king who serves, a king who saves, and a king who loves.

We also made an awesome bumper video to go along with the series. 

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