Blind Obedience to a Leader Named Do

In Sermon Outlines by Rachel Schultz

Blind Obedience to a Leader Named Do God’s calls us to an intelligent faith, one that examines evidence and understands the costs, yet still has the courage to follow. Introduction…

Via Crucis

In Sermon Outlines by Rachel Schultz

Via Crucis Text: Mark 8:27-38 Main Idea: We don’t understand Jesus as well as we think we do. Jesus invites us to lose our lives and pursue a cross-life – this is…

Silent Witness

In Sermon Outlines by Rachel Schultz

Silent Witness Scripture: Isaiah 43:9-12 Hymn: 529 Under His Wings; 524 Tis So Sweet To Trust In Jesus 1. Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor (9th commandment). a. Asked…

Jesus Has Already Been There

In Sermon Outlines by Rachel Schultz

Jesus Has Already Been There The following funeral message can be easily memorized and delivered without notes. The repetitious use of the title phrase, Jesus Has Already Been There, can be a…

The Good News Can Get You Killed

In Sermon Outlines by Rachel Schultz

The Good News Can Get You Killed Text: Luke 4:21-30 I. Introduction – Cheering for the Wrong Team • Illustration about football season in Philadelphia – Giants fans and Redskin fans…

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The Upside-Down Kingdom

In Sermon Outlines by Rachel Schultz

The Upside-Down Kingdom Text: Luke 6:17-26 Main Idea: Can we let go of our pride, our individualism, and our need to go it alone? Can we truly “live together” as a band…

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Three P’s in a Pod

In Sermon Outlines by Rachel Schultz

Three P’s in a Pod It’s hard to get married. It’s even harder to stay married. For it to last, every marriage requires a love that is pre-eminent, practiced and permanent….

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Image of the Divine

In Sermon Outlines by Rachel Schultz

Image of the Divine Text: Jn. 14:1-6 Introduction: Fathers Day and Communion A. Jn. 14:1-6 – Analysis of these verses (The context is knowing the Father; understanding the Father; Trusting the Father) Is…

Tale of Two Hills

In Sermon Outlines by Rachel Schultz

Tale of Two Hills Text: Luke 9:28-43 Main Thought: We give witness to the glorified, transfigured Christ with our faces turned toward the future in which we will all stand before his…

Honest Idioms

In Sermon Outlines by Rachel Schultz

Honest Idioms Text: Proverbs 21:2 Introduction: What is the point? There should be a difference between those preparing to depart and those preparing to stay. Start packing! We are moving not only to a…