Three Father’s Day Sermons

Father’s day is around the corner and this gives us an opportunity to speak specifically to the men and to the dads about what it means to live a legacy. So many people talk about leaving a legacy, but I believe the emphasis of Scripture is living a legacy. God has given fathers great responsibility to lead their families in way that shows Christ in their life, ultimately impacting their children’s life.

Now we know that there’s a problem in America, and the problem is absentee fathers. And we have to ask the question: Where are godly fathers today? Some studies indicate that the average dad in this country spends 8 minutes a day with his children.  That is just not enough. Children are looking for godly men, for Christian men to set the example and to show the way to follow Christ.

As you prepare your sermon this Father’s Day let us build up men who will not only study God’s Word, but also apply it to their life. We need men to live a legacy for Christ. The future of our family and our church depend on it.

To help in your Father’s Day sermon preparation, here are three sermons from Pastor Jack Graham.

Fathers That Rock

Men at the Crossroads

Where Have all the Fathers Gone