SERMONS, OUTLINES, ILLUSTRATIONS, AND PREACHING IDEAS

SERMONS & MEDIA FOR VETERANS DAY

Our sermon ideas for Veterans Day will help you preach a powerful message. Prepare your messages remembering the service and sacrifice of America's heroes this Veterans Day weekend with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


VETERANS DAY SERMON OUTLINES

by Lenny Ports

Is the War Really Over? by Lenny Ports
On May 1st of this year, the US SEALS team went into the compound of Osama Bin Laden and killed him bringing an end to the quest to terminate public enemy number 1, and what a relief it was. On October 20th, this past Thursday, while I was running around trying to get a birthday present for Lenny, it was announced that the evil Lybian leader Mhommar Ghaddafi was killed...

by Terry J. Hallock

Israel had just returned from seventy years of captivity in Babylon to find that the Temple and the walls of Jerusalem were destroyed. Everything that had been built for the glory of God through the hands of David and Solomon had been turned to ruins. As did Israel, we now stand in a time when the walls of our comfort and complacency have been set on fire...

by Jeff Strite

OPEN: I recently read the true story about a preacher who was standing at the door shaking hands as the congregation departed. He grabbed one man by the hand and pulled him aside. The preacher said to him, ''You need to join the Army of the Lord!'' The man replied, ''I'm already in the Army of the Lord, Preacher.'' The preacher questioned...

by Stuart Briscoe

The Declaration of Independence asserts that human beings have been invested with "inalienable rights" including "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." Today we will focus on what it means to be free...

by Stan Coffey

Turn to the book of Galatians. Tonight we want to look at Chapter 2 and Verse 21 and last time on Sunday night, a week ago, we talked about in Galatians Chapter 2 Verse 20, ''I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God...

by Jerry Watts

As a kid, I used to love the 'jungle gym' - you remember that? We, as the less sophisticated people, called them the monkey bars. And they were rightly named so because we would hang upside down for extended periods of time. Have you ever hung upside down? The world looks different. If you stay in that position for an extended period of time, you'll discover some...

by John McKain

Jude's epistle was intended primarily to deal with unregenerate church members. That seems like a totally inappropriate message for us as we celebrate our senior adults today. But I ask you this morning, who has it been, if not our Senior Adults, who have never grown weary of serving a risen Savior? Who is it, if not our Senior Adults, who have been the vanguards of the...

by Wayne Hinson

Intro: During the times of war in our country, there seems to rise to the surface of popularity, songs that are written, sang and recorded with concentrated emphasis on the war and the soldiers. While serving a tour of duty in Vietnam, these type of songs had a very special meaning to this soldier. Precious were those few songs that addressed our leaving this theater of combat...

by Robert Walker

General George Marshall was called America's foremost soldier during World War II, serving as chief of staff from 1939 to 1945, while building and directing the largest army in history. He was a 1901 graduate of Virginia Military Institute and worked his way up through the ranks to become the most powerful military architect during World War II. After retiring from the military...

by Stan Coffey

Today's message is entitled ''America In Crisis.'' We could talk about all kinds of crisis's America faces today. The crisis that comes to our mind immediately of course is the war on terror. And the crisis that we face there with our troops spread around the world guarding and fighting for our freedom today. We never need to...