The End: What will Jesus’ Return be like? (Revelation 19)

Free resources for youth pastors, small group leaders, parents, teens, etc: (Click PLAY button above for sermon study mp3)
5 – The End – Return (netma).pdf
5 – The End – Return (handout).pdf
5 – The End – Return (notes).pdf
5 – The End – Return (ppt).ppt
5 – The End – Return (service flow).pdf
5 – The End – Return (small groups).pdf
This was probably my favorite sermon to preach ever! Revelation 19 is the climax of all the Bible. Its where everything leads up to. Its where are the promises and prophecies are fulfilled. Its where every story points toward. This is the return/second coming of Jesus. And trust me, it will be very different than you think!

Following Jesus: In His Temple Cleaning by Josh Johnson (Matthew 21)


Free resources for youth pastors, small group leaders, etc:
12 – Following Jesus – Temple (mp3)
12 – Following Jesus – Temple (handout).pdf
12 – Following Jesus – Temple (ppt)
12 – Following Jesus – Temple (notes).doc
12 – Following Jesus – Temple (service order).doc
12 – Following Jesus – Temple (small groups).doc
As a part of our Student Preaching Month, this sermon is preached by CBSM senior, Josh Johnson. Josh is a senior at BJHS, and plans to attend UNA to study marketing. I’ve known Josh for 4 years, and his heart for Jesus, missions, and the lost is unbelievably genuine. I’ve seen Josh brought to tears many times when being convicted of reaching the unsaved with the gospel. It was an absolute honor to hear Josh preach from his heart about the purity of Jesus, the sin of humanity, and the power of the gospel.

One Hit Wonders: Achy Breaky Heart (Book of Nahum)

Free downloads for youth pastors, small group leaders, etc:
Nahum.mp3
Nahum (ppt).ppt
Nahum (handout).pdf
Nahum (notes).doc
Nahum (commentary).doc
Nahum (service order).doc
Nahum was one of the toughest books that I’ve ever had to preach. First of all, it was really tough to understand initially. And then once I understood the book, it was crazy difficult to try to put into words for the teens. Nahum might sound like a pansy name, but the book is extremely intense. Its themes are God’s judgment, wrath, jealousy, and vengeance on sin and sinners. God says things in this one book that will make you wonder if you’re reading the Bible and if you’re actually believing in the right God. He goes all out on His description of hatred, and He opens up a can on the Assyrians. Check this out!