Wednesday Night Lecture Series

Written by Drew on April 1st, 2008

Tomorrow night begins our annual Spring Series on Wednesday nights. This year, our theme is “Unusual Stories from the Old Testament.” Below are the individual topics, listed in the order they will be presented.

  • “Ravens, Rations, and a Resurrection” (1 Kgs. 17)
  • “Jonah and the Great Fish” (Jonah 1-4)
  • “The Madness of King Nebuchadnezzar” (Dan. 4)
  • “The Man Who Married a Prostitute” (Hosea 1-3)
  • “Ezekiel’s Eccentricities” (Ezk. 4:4-8)
  • “Acetylene Adders and a Serpentine Sign” (Num. 21:4-9)
  • “The Tale of the Talking Donkey” (Num. 22)
  • “Famous Last Words” (2 Kgs. 2:23-25)
  • “Remember Lot’s Wife” (Gen. 19:1-29)
  • “Raiders of the Lord’s Ark” (1 Sam. 5-6)
  • “Saul’s Seance” (1 Samuel 28:1-25)

I thought I would post these for preachers who are looking for ideas. More and more congregations are doing these lecture series, and if they are anything like me, the directors are always looking for fresh ideas. If your congregations doesn’t host a Wednesday night lecture series, these topics will also work for a sermon series.

Any other ideas for a series? You can just give the theme, or list the individual topics too. I’ve got to plan one again next year.


2 Comments so far ↓

  1. Kevin W. Rhodes says:

    That is a pretty neat list. It also shows just exactly how boring my titles are.

  2. Matthew says:

    Great topics, not our typical series.

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