In partnership with SermonCentral, here are eight strong coronavirus sermons. Each provides perspective, inspiration, challenge, and hope. Perhaps a specific coronavirus sermon will inspire and equip you as you seek to speak the Word of God in this unprecedented time.
Contributed by Brian Bill, pastor of Edgewood Baptist Church in Rock Island, Illinois
Summary: In the midst of our problems, let’s pause, pivot and praise God!
Key Scripture: Psalm 46:1-11
Contributed by Joel Pankow, pastor of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Bay City, Michigan
Summary: Where do we find God in the midst of virus and death? Right in the middle of it.
Contributed by David Mende, pastor in Hyderabad, Telangana (India)
Summary: In this sermon, Dr. David Mende reminds us that the church is the agent of healing and hope in this world. This sermon talks about seven ways the church can respond to this pandemic.
Contributed by Terry Laughlin, pastor at CrossRoads Messages in Norton, Kansas.
Summary: There are key B=biblical truths to live by when the world is facing a pandemic. Living by the truths in this message will enable you to enjoy God’s peace while those in this world panic.
Key Scripture: Psalm 91:1-6
Contributed by Scott Bayles, pastor at Blooming Grove Christian Church in Palmyra, Illinois
Summary: In troubled and uncertain times, 1 John 5 provides us with five truths of which we can be certain: our promise, our prayers, our protector, our place, and our Prince!
Key Scripture: 1 John 5:13-20
Contributed by Davon Huss, pastor at Grace Hospice in Cincinnati, Ohio
Summary: Five reasons God says we should never worry about anything from Matthew 6:25-34
Contributed by Rick Gillespie-Mobley, pastor at New Life At Calvary in Cleveland, Ohio
Summary: This sermon deals with what should be a believer’s response to the crisis of the coronavirus. Our hope is to be in the Lord who is our Shepherd.
Contributed by Richard Tow, pastor at Life Church in Springfield, Missouri
Summary: This message provides three simple responses for the Christian to follow during the coronavirus pandemic. Pastor Tow recommends a balanced approach of prudence and faith. We are given ample instruction in Scripture for dealing with any crisis.