In his award-winning book, not a fan., Kyle Idleman challenged us to pick up our cross and die to ourself. But what does that actually mean? Join Kyle as
he explores the upside down paths that lead us to Jesus. Featuring the true testimonies of author and spoken word artist Jefferson Bethke, NBA star Landry
Fields, founder and director of Scarlet Hope Rachelle Star, and the former U.S. manager of Apple Records Ken Mansfield - this cinematic journey unpacks
these counterintuitive truths of Jesus:
YOU MUST BE BROKEN TO BE WHOLE
YOU MUST MOURN TO BE HAPPY
YOU MUST BE AUTHENTIC TO BE ACCEPTED
YOU MUST BE EMPTY TO BE FILLED
There is a beauty in coming to the end of ourselves as we realize that we aren't strong enough, smart enough or talented enough to navigate life on our
own. Ironically, that's when we are in the best position to be used by God in significant ways.
Are you ready to be used by God?
Are you interested in a deep, authentic relationship with Jesus?
The end of you is the beginning.
Are you interested in helping your church foster deep, authentic relationships with Jesus? This Pastor's Kit includes:
Special video message for pastors from Kyle Idleman
Video guide for implementing a church-wide program
Four sermon outlines
Four short video clips to accompany each week's sermon
A sermon bumper (short video clips to introduce each week's sermon)
Digital art files to use in creation of bulletins and other promo materials
NOTE: This Pastor's Kit can stand alone, or be a companion to The End of Me Small Group study, which is sold separately. The four 20-minute episodes are
only included in the Small Group Study.
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Kyle Idleman is teaching pastor at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, Kentucky, the fifth largest church in America, where he speaks to more than twenty thousand people each weekend. He is the bestselling and award-winning author of Not a Fan as well as Gods at War and The End of Me. He is a frequent speaker for national conventions and in influential churches across the country. Kyle and his wife, DesiRae, have four children and live on a farm.