Eric Ludy Sermon Podcast: Church at Ellerslie
Summary: Discover a Christianity that actually works. These powerful sermons delivered by Pastor Eric Ludy will awaken you to the majesty of true Christianity. God designed Christianity not to be mere theory but a life empowered by His grace, built unshakable upon truth, centered upon Jesus Christ, and poured out for His glory. It is more than academic head-knowledge, it is practical living grounded in the Word of God. These sermons are delivered with soul-stirring passion that will ignite your spiritual fire. Eric Ludy's sermons are a ministry outreach of Ellerslie Mission Society. If you have been blessed by these messages and would like to support this work with a gift, you can do so here.
This is undoubtedly a unique Easter morning message.Even during the COVID-19 lockdown, Eric found an excuse to continue his popular war series — drawing on the bombing of Pearl Harbor as a profound decipher for the significance of the resurrection of Jesus Christ. If you are interested in hearing the other episodes in Eric’s WW2 series (found in his Daily Thunder Podcast), go to https://ellerslie.com/spiritual-lessons-from-ww2/
Eric Ludy looks at the key decision in the Spring of 1941 for the British to turn their Naval convoy into dire straits in order to supply relief to General Wavell’s forces holding the Desert Flank. The decision Great Britain made in this significant maneuver is a powerful reflection of how the Body of Christ is designed by God to sacrificially serve the weaker around them. If you are interested in hearing the other episodes in Eric’s WW2 series (found in his Daily Thunder Podcast), go to https://ellerslie.com/spiritual-lessons-from-ww2/
This is the seventeenth installment in Eric’s series entitled Spiritual Lessons from WW2. In this episode he digs into the fascinating history of “The Hobelar” and links that with a bold and audacious maneuver by Winston Churchill in WW2. But, the greatest picture of a Hobelar throughout all history is found in the bold and audacious maneuver of Jesus Christ on the Cross two thousand years ago.
This is a message lifted out of Eric’s Daily Thunder series on WW2. In this special Sunday sermon delivery, he issues a pithy commission to Christians everywhere to pick up their crosses and follow Him. Using the appointment of Winston Churchill to the position of prime minister on May 10th, 1940 as the backdrop for his message, he showcases that the darkest moments in our lives often reveal the brightest lights.
This message is old school. When Ellerslie Discipleship Training first began back in 2009, this was one of the key central ideas behind the training. This idea of “spending our best strengths on behalf of the weak” is right smack in the middle of Eric’s passions, and I’m sure that fact will shine forth as you listen.
This is the first installment in Eric’s series entitled Spiritual Lessons from WW2. In this series on the 1939-1945 war, he is underscoring the parallels between physical battle and our spiritual war as believers. And, it’s remarkable to see how the struggles and vast challenges of WW2 can supply a magnificent portrayal of the two kingdoms at war to a believer’s understanding. In this particular episode Eric focuses on the thoroughness of the defeat of our enemy at the Cross and yet how our moral lassitude as the Church has allowed the devil to rebuild up his military strength and utterly tear down the foundations of the Church of Jesus Christ. It’s high-time we awakened!
This sermon was given as the kick-off message for the Spring semester of training at Ellerslie. It’s a powerful reminder of what it means to follow Jesus Christ.
This is a rousing message on the persistence and importunity of faith. Using the illustration of the ant, Eric challenges the Body of Christ to keep going, to not grow weary in their spiritual obedience. If you are discouraged in your spiritual journey, this is a must hear.
This message focuses on the beauty of Christ’s magnificent character. He showcases how He both addressed our sin at the Cross and how He still addresses it today — supplying a pattern for how we should address the weaknesses of others around us.
This message is a powerful exploration of the spiritual walk with Christ. There are times when He says, “Follow me!” And there are times when He says, “Wait here!” Walking with Christ is a beautiful dance of life-altering movements perfectly choreographed by the Holy Spirit.
This message is all about the grip of the Christian soul upon God. God has called us to hold on in faith and not let go. This is the sort of message we all need once in a while to remind us of both the battle we are in and the fact that greater is He that is in us than He that is in this world.
This message explores the unusual and other-worldly nature to true Christian living - likening it the uncommon life of a soldier. This message is both fun and super-inspiring.
This message digs into the Isaiah 6 vision of God high and lifted up and showcases it as the pattern for re-energizing the soul and reviving the languid heart.
This message unpacks the idea of Christian suffering and shines a positive light on it that is surely to impact the listener.
This message explores one of Eric’s favorite themes — grace. Using the metaphor of the hand and the glove he brings to life the exquisite loveliness and power of grace — how it works and how it is intended to alter our lives.