Easter Sermon Series for Youth (free)

Here is a free easter sermon series for your youth group!

This free Easter sermon series is designed to help students apply lessons from the Easter story to their every day lives.

This is how the Easter sermon series breaks down:

Week 1: Be the Donkey
Holy Week begins with Jesus’ Triumphant Entry into the city of Jerusalem in an uncommon and unexpected way. He rode into the city on the back of a donkey. The donkey is certainly important here, but he must have known that Jesus was the star of the show. Never once did this donkey think this celebration was about him. He was just a willing vessel and vehicle. When we decide to be the donkey, we are deciding to humbly carry Jesus into our cities and focus on making Him famous.

Scripture: Matthew 21:1-8

Week 2: Hope on a Hilltop
It’s easy to see scripture as little segments of separate stories. In this message, we are going to take a bird’s eye view. We are going to explore the message of Easter from the perspective of Jeremiah the prophet. His suffering will help us learn how to process pain by contextualizing our suffering through the lens of redemption.

Scripture: Lamentations 3:22-24

Week 3: The Empty Tomb = A Full Life
We understand what the resurrection means theologically, but what does it mean personally? The story of the resurrection isn’t just about Jesus, it’s about you too. In this message, we will unpack the how the greatest miracle of all time changed both the world and your own life.

Scripture: 1 Corinthians 6:14 NIV

This free Easter sermon series includes:

— 3 sermon outlines (editable)
— Small group discussion guides for each sermon
— Bible reading plans for each sermon

This sermon series is featured in the CIRCLES curriculum: A Years Worth of Free Sermon Series, Small Groups & Devotionals for Youth Ministry. Click here to view the full CIRCLES curriculum calendar and download sermon outlines, small group discussion guides and devotionals all for free.

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