Our sermon ideas on Thomas will help you preach a powerful message. So many people today have doubts and the story of Thomas will help reassure them to continue in their walk of faith with Jesus. Prepare your messages on Thomas with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series.


by Stephen Whitney

England in the early 1700's was a difficult place to live. The country was riddled with crime and hopelessness which made it ripe for a spiritual revival. John Wesley, the founder of what would become the Methodist Church, began to preach a simple truth: salvation is by grace through faith

by J.D. Greear

- Welcome back, everybody. - Special shout out: Chapel Hill campus. - Explain multi-­-site - Pray If you made a resolution to start going to church more over the New Year, welcome. If you are new to church, and not a Christian, I don't think you could have picked a more perfect week

by Jeff Strite

Does anyone know who Kirsten Powers is? (A few hands went up). Kirsten is a columnist for USA Today, and Newsweek and a contributor to Fox News. Some time back she told of her transition from being an atheist to believing in Christ. She explained that at one time no one she

by David Davis

Zechariah 13:6 - ''And one shall say unto him, What are these wounds in thine hands? Then he shall answer, Those with which I was wounded in the house of my friends.'' What do these words mean? And when will they be spoken? Zechariah 13 is a prophecy of the Second Coming of

by Tony Nester

Do you remember when your were a young child and your parents forced you into a choice you didn't want to make? Do you want the chocolate chip cookie or the ice cream cone - you can only have one - which do you want? As soon as we made our choice we regretted it and wished

by Joe Alain

''Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed'' (Jn. 20:29b). We've either said it or we've been invited with the expression, ''You've got to see this to believe it!'' That's often said when someone witnesses something extraordinary or unusual, something that will be hard for

by Jonathan McLeod

DOUBTING THOMAS John's Gospel reveals that Thomas was loyal, but pessimistic. ''Then Thomas (called Didymus) said to the rest of the disciples, 'Let us also go, that we may die with him''' (John 11:16). ''Thomas said to him, 'Lord, we don't know where you are going, so how can

by Stan Coffey

We're going to study today THE FIRST EASTER SERVICE IN HISTORY. On that resurrection day, in the evening time, there was a service. And then we're going to talk about THE CASE OF THE MISSING DISCIPLE. John 20:19-31 ''Then the same day at evening, being the first day of

by Rex Yancey

In a speech that has taxed the memory of many a high school sophomore, Shakespeare had Mark Anthony say, ''The evil that men do lives after them, the good is oft interred with their bones.'' Why is it that most of us are so quick to overlook the good things about a man, but recall

by Dennis Marquardt

INTRO: The story is told about two boys, one was an optimist and the other was a pessimist. The two boys were taken to two rooms and left there for a little while. The pessimist was taken to a room that was filled with wonderful new toys. The optimist was taken to a room that contained