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Mother’s Day Sermons & Worship Resources: 20 Top Suggestions

8. Questions for a Happy Mother’s Day

Scripture: 1 Samuel 1:1-28

Summary: Discover what we can learn from Elkanah and Hannah to have a happy Mother’s Day

9. The Anchor Holds

Scripture: Isaiah 40:28-31

Summary: It certainly takes a very special person to be a mother. Being a parent changes everything! But being a parent also changes with each baby.

10. Mary’s Great Sermon

Scripture: John 2:1-5

Summary: If I were to ask you who the most famous mother in history was, who would you think?

11. Faith of a Desperate Single Mom

Scripture: 1 Kings 17:7-24

Summary: This single mom’s faith has great lessons for us as we celebrate Mother’s Day.

12. A Mother’s Influence

Scripture: 2 Timothy 1:5

Summary: Moms have a lasting influence on the lives of their children.

13. Mothers: God’s Precious Gift

Scripture: Proverbs 31:1-30, Proverbs 31:1

Summary: She is gracious to her household, gracious to her family, and gracious to the needy. She is a woman of GRACE! A precious gift from God!

14. Bible Moms

Scripture: Exodus 2:1-10

Summary: This Mother’s Day sermon reflects on the struggles and trials of Bible mothers. It especially focuses on the story of Moses’ mom.

Mother’s Day Worship Resources

15. PowerPoint Package: Mother’s Day Flourish 

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Here’s a whimsical take on honoring moms for your Mother’s Day service. It’s a complete set of slides for your entire service, including announcements, events, and more.

16. PowerPoint Package: Mother’s Day

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A complete set of handpainted-style slides will make your Mother’s Day worship service extra-special.

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Christine Yount Jones is Content Director for Outreach Media Group. She has published several books and hundreds of articles about ministry in the last three decades. Before his death in 2003, Michael Yount and Christine had three children. Now, she and her husband, Ray Jones, together have five grown kids.