Use this free sermon kit to be ready for one of the biggest movie debuts of 2020. On March 13 the movie “I Still Believe,” the real-life story of chart-topping singer Jeremy Camp is coming to theaters. The film, made by the creators of the movie “I Can Only Imagine,” is a powerful reminder that in the midst of life’s storms, true hope is only found in Christ.
Movies like “I Still Believe” can be a great way to connect with your congregation and reach new people in your community, which is why SermonCentral is excited to tell you about a 2-week free sermon kit that’s just been released that could be perfect for you and your church.
Here are 8 reasons you should check out the “I Still Believe” free sermon kit.
1. Use This Free Sermon Kit to Guide Your Church Into Challenging, Powerful Topics
The “I Still Believe” two-week sermon series dives deep into the waters of “what do I do when God seemingly isn’t answering my prayers?” Week 1 covers three practical ways to live in the waiting, while week 2 discusses the power of faith in the middle of the unknown.
These are topics everyone in your church congregation has or is dealing with, and the “I Still Believe” free sermon kit is a great springboard for calling your church community into a deeper, more rooted faith in God’s goodness.
2. Get Ahead on sermon prep with a free sermon kit
One of the hardest realities of being a pastor is that the next Sunday is always coming! If you’re one of the many pastors who wants to get ahead in your sermon prep, this two-week free sermon kit is your chance. Use the kit’s pre-written sermons as a launching point for your own prep. You can rework them into your own voice and church’s style, while at the same time saving countless hours of background work. This frees you up to tackle that project that’s been sitting on your desk for too long, or to get a few weeks ahead on your sermons following the “I Still Believe” series.
3. Create an Evangelistic Event
There are people in your community who aren’t ready to attend a church service, but they will accept an invitation to a movie. Buy tickets to watch “I Still Believe” as a church, and use the 2-week sermon series kit as a momentum-builder in your church congregation. Tell your members that the movie will be discussing the topics you’re preaching on, and remind them that their friends, coworkers, family members, and neighbors are struggling with the same issue—finding hope in the middle of pain—that they are.
As God works in your peoples’ lives, invite them to invite others to come see the movie with them, and to have conversations afterward. What a great chance to reach people with the good news of Jesus!
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