"The Confidence That You Need To Offer Hope And Comfort To Those That Are Mourning."
I remember the first funeral that I ever performed. I was so insecure.
- How do you offer hope?
- How to you point the family and friends to Christ while staying sensitive to their trauma?
- How do you comfort someone that is hurting so much?
I Realized That I Was in Over My Head!
I called my dad and explained my situation to him. He has been a pastor for close to thirty years and he always been excellent at comforting those that have experienced loss. He sent me a few different funeral outlines that he created and would regularly reference when he was called to perform a funeral. When I saw the notes I was amazed!
People Came Up to Him After the Service With Renewed Sense of Hope and Comfort.
He came to me after the service was over and said that so many people were touched by the service, and he thanked me for the help. I honestly felt like I hadn't done all that much!
These notes are not for someone that is simply looking for a prewritten sermon that they can read aloud. These note are for people that want to perform funerals that point towards a closer relationship with Christ and offer hope to the grieving.
Though I still wasn't sure if this set of notes could help all ministers, I decided to make it available to a few select pastors for their review. All I can say is that they have responded with great appreciation.
The Sermon Outline Kit Includes:
- Form to Help You Collect Vital Information
- Instructions for use
- Two additional stories
- Sermon Outline without Grave-Side
- Sermon Outline with Grave-Side