To help pastors lead, preach/teach, and care well in the area of human sexuality.
I. Preaching Well: Tools for Getting Started
The Lead Them Home team will provide a comprehensive review of a pastor’s sermon draft on sexuality, gender, and LGBT+ people. This service is offered at a $250 flat fee. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take 10% off your first review with code EMBRACE19 at postureshift.com/sermon.
Designed to help pastors care, lead, and preach from a missiological posture of grace and truth on LGBT+ themes and in proactive engagement with LGBT+ persons and loved ones. Based on extensive real-life experience, this free download created by Lead Them Home features 30 practical tips and ideas for preparing and delivering sermons on human sexuality. Goals include:
- Building trust with LGBT+ people
- Expanding a “PostureShift” culture – a traditional position on human sexuality combined with an inclusive posture toward LGBT+ persons
- Growing in awareness and sensitivity regarding human sexuality communications
- Developing a vision for mercy and justice
- Addressing a variety of additional missional challenges
Lead Them Home’s Posture Shift Sermon Consulting can help you further optimize your message. Take 10% off your first review with code EMBRACE19 at postureshift.com/sermon.
II. Sample Sermons
These sermons are examples of how pastors in the ECC and beyond have preached on human sexuality with grace, truth, and a posture of embrace. All are in harmony with the ECC’s understanding of human sexuality as “faithfulness in heterosexual marriage, celibacy in singleness – these constitute the Christian standard.”
Please Note: These sermons are offered as samples which ECC pastors should both evaluate and learn from. The ECC does not necessarily endorse every idea presented therein.
a. Multiple Sermons or Sermon Series
b. Single Sermons
As we continue to expand our list of resources, we continue to seek recommendations of sermons from a range of voices within the stated Covenant position. Please email email@example.com to suggest a preacher/sermon for consideration.
We Want to Hear From You
As we develop Embrace, we hope to receive feedback from diverse voices, especially with regard to existing resources or experiences which you have found to be helpful and effective. Feel free to connect with us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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