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40 Sermon and Series Ideas from Creating a Series from Scratch Workshop

Really enjoyed teaching at YS’ NYWC this past week. During my Grande Seminar called Creating a Series from Scratch, the group come up with a great list of sermon topics and series ideas. Thought it might benefit you or inspire you to come up with something great, too!

  • Superheroes
  • In-n-out (of church)
  • Live love. Live loved
  • LinkedIn: Get connected
  • Stressed Out
  • Church History 101
  • I (Heart)
  • I hurt
  • How I Met Your Mother
  • Social Injustice
  • Lair, Lunatic, or lord?
  • Personalities of the disciples
  • Trinity
  • Old Fashioned (manners, tradition, etc)
  • What’s Next? (heaven, hell, etc)
  • Amazing Grace
  • ZERO to HERO
  • The Loser Club
  • Epic Fail
  • Steadfast
  • Family Feud
  • Survivor (dealing with teenage problems)
  • More Than a Song (studying the lyrics and background)
  • Cults
  • Explaining Christian symbols
  • What’s He like?
  • God is…
  • “Christianeze” – understanding church lingo
  • Scary Stories of the Bible
  • Zombies Apocalypse
  • The Other 6
  • Speedbump: Walls, Hurdles and Roadblocks
  • When Life Knocks You Down
  • Heroine of Bible
  • Fearless
  • Discovering your gifts
  • Church for dummies
  • Spiritual disciplines
  • Share your faith
  • Who’s your neighbor?

JG

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Josh Griffin is high school pastor at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, CA. He’s the co-counder of DownloadYouthMinistry.com and host of the Youth Ministry Garage Podcast. He's authored more than 20 youth ministry resources and is the author of "99 Thoughts for Small Group Leaders" with Doug Fields. Josh is a father of 4 who speaks a little, podcasts a little, Twitters a bit, and blogs a lot. You can find him at DownloadYouthMinistry.com!