"Asbury at the Movies" Sermon Series • July 2 - July 30

Average movies entertain us. The best ones inspire us. So what can movies tell us about our own lives? Plenty! Join us each Sunday in July as we dive into some of Hollywood’s biggest hits from the past year to unpack spiritual truths for our lives. This blockbuster sermon series will be both fun and insightful. You’re sure to enjoy it! Invite a friend!


July 2: Hacksaw Ridge // James 2:14-18

When an unarmed conscientious objector runs straight into the heat of the battle to save as many lives as possible it must be for love. Not human love- but the deeper love of the One who calls each of us to live out of such intense conviction.

Sermon Notes and Daily Study Guide // Discussion Questions and Small Group Study Guide


July 9: La La Land // Mark 8:34-35

God's planted a seed of faith within each of us. It's a passion - a piece of God we dare not keep to ourselves. Whether it's your dance, your song, your dream - you absolutely must share it with the people in your world.

Sermon Notes and Daily Study Guide // Discussion Questions and Small Group Study Guide


July 16: Hidden Figures // Psalm 139:1-10

Hidden stories abound amongst the most unsuspecting human champions -and every once in a while we discover a story that calls us to rise up and take hold of who we are and Whose we are.

Sermon Notes and Daily Study Guide // Discussion Questions and Small Group Study Guide


July 23: Sully // Romans 12:1-2

Captain Chesley Sullenberger is a hero like no other. Saving all 155 lives as he landed his crippled aircraft in the Hudson River was incredible - but this feat was no chance occurrence. Everything about this pilot's life had prepared him to do the impossible. So this week we will look at how to explore our own limits and let God prepare us for our own "Sully moment."

Sermon Notes and Daily Study Guide // Discussion Questions and Small Group Study Guide


July 30: Finding Dory // Ephesians 3:14-21

For anyone who's ever felt lost - separated from family, estranged from friends -you know it's not the lack of geographic direction but the absence of relational connection that hurts the most. This week we will discover a blue tang fish with a powerful lesson for us all on finding what is lost.

Sermon Notes and Daily Study Guide // Discussion Questions and Small Group Study Guide