Peter wrestles with his betrayal of Jesus. He knows that Jesus will forgive him, but can he forgive himself?
Simon Peter and Judas Iscariot were both disciples of Jesus. Both were flawed, both betrayed Jesus. But, one went on to build the church, the other died alone by his own hand. What was the difference? It all came down to one choice.
A disciple of Jesus recalls his time with the Messiah and the life-changing question asked that would settle who his Master was, once and for all. Includes that music as seen in the video version.
When Peter and John realize that Jesus is gone from his tomb, they struggle to understand what this might mean about their Savior. Includes mp3 of music found in the video version as seen below.
A series of vignettes that communicate the impact of Christ both before and after the Cross. This package is a profoundly moving and authentic way to prepare the hearts and minds of your congregation in advance of Easter.
Simon (later known as Peter) speaks of the barrier that separates sinful people from a righteous God. Then he meets Jesus, the One who will destroy that barrier!
In a sin-twisted world, Simon Peter learns that Jesus (“the second Adam”) is the only truly normal human being. As a result, his commitment to follow Jesus deepens. Has ours?
Simon Peter abandons the security of his fishing business to follow Jesus into an unknown future. Discipleship includes uncertainty. But where else can we go?
The risen Christ appears to his disciples, but Peter’s joy is shadowed by guilt. Jesus’ assurance of love and forgiveness comes with a command: pass it on!
Following Jesus’ arrest, and his own denial of Him, Peter is devastated. His dreams are invaded by images of destruction. In the darkest hour, Jesus is there with us. Are we with Him?
Peter is overjoyed at the way God is working through him. Yet a terrible test lies ahead: “I could never deny Him,” Peter declares. We’re called to serve Him in season and out.
This collection of five reader’s theatre style scripts leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus is perfect for incorporating into your sermon or worship service leading up to Easter.
A collection of six monologues, chronicling Simon Peter’s encounters with Jesus Christ. These “journal entries” can serve as powerful sermon illustrators. This bundle comes with artwork including logo, title slides and background slides for your worship service.
While at their youth group meeting, Maddie and Christy are quick to judge Peter for his denial of Christ, but don’t realize their own actions are just as bad.
When we reflect on Peter’s denial of knowing Jesus, do we think we could have done better? How do we deny Jesus in our daily lives?
A narrative of Peter’s denial of Christ before the crucifixion.
A dramatic narrative of Jesus washing his disciples’ feet.
After his resurrection, Jesus offers grace to Peter and gently confronts him about his mistakes, his purpose, and what comes next.
Here’s a sermon set-up that shows the disciple Peter reflecting on being named “Rock” and how ironic that was at points in his life.
The Apostle Peter recounts the events of Good Friday, Easter morning, and the days that followed, and realizes that the Savior he betrayed forgives him completely.