///37 Sermon Series Topic Ideas

37 Sermon Series Topic Ideas

Sometimes an idea for a sermon series just comes to me, so I quickly write them down in my notebook. Who knows if they will ever be used in our ministry, but hopefully by me sharing what I have thought of and seen, maybe they can spark something in another ministry in order to be used to spread Jesus to students. Let the brain begin to work!

  • False God
  • Hello, My Name is… Jesus
  • The Walking Dead
  • Impossible God (God works in impossibles)
  • Crosswords
  • UnChristian (based off the book)
  • Explicit
  • Love Out Loud
  • Old School (Old Testament Stories)
  • Real House Wives of the Bible
  • Dialoge vs. Monologe (prayer)
  • In It For the Prophets
  • Try Me
  • Prisoner, Pioneer, Preacher (Paul)
  • (Un)Comfort Zone
  • Scale The Walls
  • The Forum (Asking Questions)
  • Sit Down, Stand Up, Step Out
  • Lamb, Lion, Lord
  • Moments (God speaks in moments)
  • Thou Shalt…
  • Reputation: Not Just Yours Is One the Line
  • Secrets
  • I Have Never…
  • Tamed Temptation
  • Can God Really?
  • House of Prayer
  • Pawn Stars (Jesus wants more than collateral)
  • Seeds
  • Keeping It Real
  • Broken Yet Beautiful
  • Too Close For Comfort (Closer to God you become, the more uncofortable we are called to be)
  • Prayer Is…
  • Handle What’s Handling You
  • Clay, Potter, Masterpiece
  • Free At Last
  • Spiritual Shipwreck

If this sparks something for your ministry, let me know! I would love to hear what did with it!

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About the Author:

Justin Knowles has been a pastor for the last 10 years and is the Lead Student Ministries Pastor at Christ’s Church of the Valley in San Dimas, CA. He oversees 7th-12th grade and has an amazing team he does it all with. He hosts The Other Student Ministry Podcast, loves to write about his ministry journey and teach at all kinds of camps. Him and his wife Kristin has a baby boy named Graham and a cat named CATalie Portman.

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