Belly of the Beast: A poem related to adversity and pain. This works great in a sermon on Jonah, Daniel or numerous other stories about adversity.
Bitterness: A spoken word poems that works well in a sermon of worship service to identify the roots of bitterness.
Don’t You Worry Mary: A Christmas poem to Mary
Far Beyond Imagination: A poem on worship which is great for sermon, worship segues and call to worship.
Grace and Recompense A poem about passion, grace, and salvation.
God in the Storm: A spoken word poem that could be a dismount on a sermon on adversity or pain.
He Came to Me A reading on brokenness.
I am Clay: A spoken word piece on the Potter and Clay
I Run to You: A simple worship poem on our dependance upon God
Interrupter, The: A Poem that works as a sermon dismount for The Healing of the Paralytic
I Never Wanted That A poem from the perspective of God, speaking of all the things we give that He doesn’t really want.
Life is a Scattered Feast: Worship in the midst of gritty life.
Letting God Out of the Box A spoken word poem that works well in a sermon on grace and the state of the Church.
Natchez Trace A reflection on the drive
O God have Mercy: A prayer for mercy
O Sun!: A spoken word / poem about the cosmos and God’s hand seen through it all.
Paint on the Wall: A spoken word piece about petty church debates and Christ’s heart for the world.
The Ragged Stranger: In the form of “Paint on the Wall,” this poem reveals Jesus in disguise.
Save Me: A prayer in poetry that calls on God to save us from the things that steal our joy.
This is Man: A celebration of man in God’s Image.
The Struggle of Flesh: A spoken word sermon tool on flesh and the struggle it incites.
The Stuff that Warriors Dream: A Poem of life and warfare
Song of Everything: An epic celebration of life from first to last.
What Happened Here: A poem of spiritual growth and memories
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