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SERMONS & MEDIA FOR EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE

Our sermon ideas for an Easter Sunrise Service will help you preach a powerful message. Resurrection Sunday is the time when the church can gather and celebrate our risen Savior. Prepare your message for your Easter Sunrise Service with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


EASTER SUNRISE SERVICE SERMON OUTLINES

by Marvin D. Patterson

I always enjoy the Easter sunrise service, but it is one of the hardest services that I preach because everyone smells that wonderful aroma of the Easter Breakfast! Amen! Amen! Well, we are going to consider the Gospel of Mark this morning for our message, and I hope it will be a blessing...

by Tony Nester

What do you think Jesus' first words were when he was raised from the dead on that first Easter morning? Maybe it was, ''Where is everyone?'' (1). The Bible tells us that at that first Easter no one was there to welcome Jesus back from the dead. Mark's Gospel tells us that three women went...

by David Cawston

Introduction: What is Easter all about? The teacher was extremely enthusiastic. She looked at her class of four-year-olds and asked this question: ''Does any know what today is?'' A little girl held up her hand and said, ''Yes, today is Palm Sunday'' The teacher exclaimed, ''That's fantastic. That's...

by Steve Jones

Introduction: Open with two-minute clip of the resurrection from the end of Mel Gibson's movie ''The Passion of the Christ.'' Author James Bradley wrote the book ''Flags of our Fathers'' which was subsequently made into a movie. It's the account of the lives of the six young men in the...

by Jeff Schreve

Our Savior lives. If you have your Bible, turn to Matthew chapter 28. I want to speak to you this morning in a message I've entitled, "The Earthquake of Easter." Now how many in this room are married, can I see your hand? You're married. All right. How many in here would say that...

by Jonathan McLeod

And [the angel] said to them, ''Do not be alarmed. You seek Jesus of Nazareth, who was cruci-fied. He has risen; he is not here. See the place where they laid him'' (v. 6). If the Gospel of Mark was a biography of a normal person, chapter 15 would be the final chapter of the book. But Jesus...

by Stan Coffey

''When the Sabbath was over, Mary Magdalene, Mary the Mother of James, and Salome bought spices so that they might go to anoint Jesus' body. Very early on the first day of the week, just after sunrise, they were on their way to the tomb and they asked each other, ''Who will roll the stone...

by Jerry Watts

Can you imagine what that first day was like? As the buzz of excitement filled the air, it was obvious that something unusual had taken place, yet no one seem to have a handle on it. There was a flurry of activity from the very people who were too afraid to be seen or heard after the violent...

by Jeff Strite

OPEN: Women: are there times when your husbands don't seem to be paying attention? One man wrote: The ears are a marvelous creation: A piano has 88 keys, but each of your ears has a range of 1500 keys. They are so finely tuned that you can hear the blood running through your vessels...

by Christopher Harbin

What do you do with good news so unexpected it seems incredible? How can you celebrate what you can't believe is true? The Gospel of Mark is an interesting piece of literature. We call it a gospel, but it is more than we generally mean by that word. Mark gives us an account of Jesus' life and...