"Asbury at the Movies" Sermon Series • July 10 - July 31

Every great movie points us toward the human condition. We resonate with certain movies because they show us what it is like to be human. What we have to remember is that the Gospel is God’s answer to the human condition. Anytime a movie accurately portrays the human condition it points us toward the gospel. Join us for this fun summer series as we explore various aspects of the human condition portrayed in popular films from 2015 and see where each one points us toward the gospel. 


July 10: Star Wars – The Force Awakens // I Kings 11:4-6   

Epic battles between good and evil remind us that we too have battles waging inside. Humans are fully susceptible to the darkness that roams the earth yet gifted with other-worldly weapons should we choose to harness the power. Join us this week in worship as we listen for God to speak through this hugely anticipated blockbuster.

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July 17: Creed // 1 Kings 19:19-21

What matters so much to you that it's worth a fight? Perhaps it's your kids, your marriage, your faith or finances - something needs to change and you're ready to wrestle it to the ground. Just one catch - you can't go it alone. Join us this Sunday in worship as one man's fight reveals the strength we all need to move forward.

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July 24: The Intern // Ecclesiastes 4:9-10

Having mentors and being a mentor both are vital in life. But sadly too few people feel the need for a mentor, and just as crucial, forgo being a mentor.  In week three of our series we will take a look at the movie The Intern, and examine the importance of obtaining wisdom from people who have experience in life.

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July 31: Inside Out // John 16:16-23

Emotions - who needs them? Why can't we just feel JOY all the time? Join us as we conclude this sermon series looking at a girl named Riley and how a colorful cast of feelings demonstrate the powerful truth Jesus taught long ago: our emotions are God's gift for living life to the fullest.

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