storyline #76: job 2 – 37 “afflicted: oprah and other Christless counselors″

Free resources for youth pastors and small group leaders:

2 – Job 2-37 – Counseling (mp3)

2 – Job 2-37 – Counseling (handout)

2 – Job 2-37 – Counseling (Davids sermon notes)

2 – Job 2-37 – Counseling (small groups)

2 – Job 2-37 – Counseling (service)

2 – Job 2-37 – Counseling (ppt)


Sermon Intro Video:

This sermon was preached by David Munoz, one of our sophomore students in our KTL ministry.  We have been going over “how to preach” for the last 3 months.  These KTL guys have probably put somewhere around 30 hours into their sermons.  Can you imagine your first time ever publicly preaching to an audience of 125ish teens, about 20 adults, around 12 college students, friends and family present, video recorded for views on the net, and audio recorded for iTunes?  No pressure, right?!  As our first KTL preacher of 2010, David definitely stepped up to the plate and knocked a homer out of the park.  He challenged us on how to GET and GIVE Christ-centered counseling from Job 2 – 37.

Christmas Message: “Will The Real Jesus Please Stand Up?” (Isaiah 9 and Revelation 19)

realjesusFree files for youth pastors:

Isa 9. Rev. 19 – The Real Jesus (mp3)

Isa 9. Rev 19. – The Real Jesus (order of service)

Isa 9. Rev 19. – The Real Jesus (fillout sheet)

Isa 9. Rev. 19 – The Real Jesus (sermon notes)

“The best way to spread Christmas cheer is to sing loud that all may hear.” Elf, Fred Claus, and even Talladega Nights are all movies that reveal how our culture and society views Christmas. Everywhere the world turns, they see a nativity scene with baby Jesus lying there. I often wonder if they think we believe in baby worship. What do they think when we lead our children to sing Happy Birthday to baby Jesus? What about you? How do you picture Jesus over Christmas? Is He just a cute, cuddly, fat, and pudgy baby? Or, is He the King of Kings and Lord of Lords of your life and this world? Continue reading