SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA ON RELATIONSHIPS

Our sermon ideas on Relationships will help you preach a powerful message. Relationships are central to our lives, whether it be our relationship with God, with our church, or with others. This is a powerful topic to focus on in your preaching and teaching. Prepare your messages on relationships with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


RELATIONSHIPS SERMON OUTLINES

by Frank Damazio

We have engaged on a journey exploring relationships that has been quite enjoyable and I believe spiritually beneficial. Relationships that last a lifetime are indeed worth working hard at and believing God is in your working. Relating to God, to your own unique self, to others, to your spouse...

by Jim Perdue

Tonight, we continue our series in Psalm 119 as we think about what it means to live Life By The Book. Remember, this psalm is centered on the perfect Word of God. That's why I've entitled this series, Life By The Book. Because we need to learn to live our lives, lead our families, and make...

by Johnny Hunt

Occasionally, I will receive a card or letter that ends with these words, ''To my Pastor and friend.'' I am Pastor by relationship, but ''friend'' takes it to a deeper level. I know Janet as my wife (relationship) but ''friend'' as my darling partner. O.S. Hawkins says, ''We will never be properly...

by Chuck McAlister

(A) .... Series .... STRENGTH FOR THE JOURNEY (the journey of life) .... a study of the book of Philippians. 1- Bible says .... Neh. 8:10 ''... the joy of the Lord is your strength.'' 2- Paul had strength for the journey .... because he knew the joy of the Lord. a- A joy that could not be diminished by a...

by David Cawston

We yearn for relationships where we can be completely honest, open and vulnerable. Where we can share failures as well as successes. Shortcomings as well as strengths. Where we can find intimacy as well as confidentiality. These intimate authentic relationships are exactly what God has in mind...

by Jerry Branch

You know, as we read the Bible, regardless of whether it is the Old Testament or the New Testament, whenever we read about God's people getting in trouble or having problems, the root of the problem can almost always be traced to deeper Spiritual problem. And a Spiritual problem...

by Zach Terry

Phil Waldrep is a distant cousin of mine and one of my favorites things is to hear him tell stories about our family. Specifically, his grandmother Tilly. Tilly would say things sometimes that didn't quiet come out right. For example: - One time she said - Phil you you preached at my friend Martha's...

by Jerry Watts

Life is built on relationships. It has been long said, ''It's not what you know, but who you know.'' The part of this equation which we miss is that our relationships have a huge impact on the person we are and that we become. - As we began the study of Chapter 13 (last week) we discovered the...

by Rick Ferguson

An exposition and application of 1 Corinthians 13. Open the service by having the congregation stand and read 1 Corinthians 13 aloud. Introduction: The Apostle Paul wrote these words in a letter to the church located in the ancient Greek city of Corinth. The Corinthian church needed to hear...

by Ed Rowell

In the early sixties, the University of Chicago of Divinity hosted a series of events to introduce their new professor of Theology, Dr. Paul Tillich. Tillich was the world-renowned German existentialist who had a phenomenal impact on liberal theology. He had come to the United States to teach at...