Eric Ludy Sermon Podcast: Church at Ellerslie
Discover a Christianity that actually works. These powerful sermons delivered by Pastor Eric Ludy for the Church at Ellerslie 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.

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April 22, 2018

Over Broken Glass

How far are you willing to go to share the Good News of Jesus Christ with others? If we truly understood the power of the Gospel, should we not be willing to walk over broken glass, on hands and knees if necessary, to share the truth with even one soul? In this uncomfortable yet stirring message, Pastor Eric Ludy calls the Church away from passivity and into relentless Christianity. If you have struggled with evangelism or need God to give you His love and passion for others, this message will equip and give you a grand vision for the uncomfortable commission God has given you.
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April 15, 2018

The Perilous Mission

As Christians, a passion for the lost should capture our hearts and cause us to share the Good News with unbelievers. Oddly, it is during the times of suffering and persecution that the Church evangelizes and grows the most. In this message, Pastor Eric Ludy uses an article Richard Wurmbrand wrote about preparing for the Underground Church to describe how we can suffer well, embrace our perilous mission, and use every opportunity to share the truth and life of Christ with those around us.
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April 8, 2018

The Pruning of Adam

Difficulty, challenge, and hardship is something we often shy away from—but it can, in fact, be a great blessing and refinement to our lives. In this vulnerable and personal message, Eric Ludy discusses how God has pruned his own life, which in turn allowed Jesus to be seen more clearly. Jesus declared in John 15 that God, the Vinedresser, will prune the branches that bear fruit in order that they might bear even more fruit—and as Pastor Eric reminds us, we as Christians must embrace this pruning as a gift.
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March 4, 2018

No More Chocolate Soldiers

C.T. Studd, a famous athlete turned missionary in the late 1800s, was passionate about calling Christians out of their mediocre, lackluster living to a heroic and fervent life. He desired Christians to actually do something rather than be passive in their lives, so he penned a short book called "The Chocolate Soldier: Heroism—The Lost Chord of Christianity." In this convicting and arousing sermon, Eric Ludy gives C.T. Studd the pulpit and reads his modern adaptation of Studd’s "Chocolate Soldier." As Studd so famously declared, “Before the world, aye, before the sleepy, lukewarm, faithless, namby-pamby Christian world, we will dare to trust our God, we will venture our all for Him, we will live and we will die for Him, and we will do it with His joy unspeakable singing aloud in our hearts.” Will you be a heroic Christian or of the chocolate sort?
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February 25, 2018

A Fervent Body

Without vision the people perish, and even when we know the vision, it is helpful to be continually reminded of where we are heading. In this “vision casting” sermon, Pastor Eric Ludy uses the seven churches in Revelation to talk about his passion for the Church at Ellerslie and the direction he senses God is leading us toward—simply it is a body that is fervent, a body that has life, a body that continually has intensity for, obedience to, and purity in Jesus Christ. And whether you are a part of the Church at Ellerslie or not, this message will cast a vision for your life.
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February 11, 2018

Barracks 29

Everyone loves a good love story, especially if it is true. In this message on Pastor Eric Ludy’s wedding anniversary, he gives a glimpse at the difficulty and pain he and Leslie experienced through the early years of their marriage. In doing so, the grandeur of romance and the faithfulness of God is seen as Eric explains that difficulty is merely the catalyst to extraordinary love and beauty. If you’ve ever experienced difficulty, trials, or hardship, this message will breathe an expectancy for joy and the reward of suffering through every circumstance and situation. Though difficulty is hard, let us embrace it for it contains exquisite benefits.
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January 7, 2018

The More Right

A recalibration is making small changes to an instrument so it measures accurately. A spiritual recalibration then is to allow the Holy Spirit to make small changes to our thinking, living, and behavior so that we reveal the Kingdom of Heaven correctly. In this fifth study on renewal and revival, Pastor Eric Ludy discusses our continued need for spiritual recalibration. The reality of the Christian life is not one of arrival but of every increasing growth, transformation, sanctification, holiness, and righteousness as God makes spiritual recalibrations in our lives. If you’ve ever longed for something more in your Christian life, this message will reveal how to receive it.
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December 31, 2017

Operation WoLoGo

In the year King Uzziah died, Isaiah saw the Lord high and lifted up. Contained in this powerful passage we find “woe,” “lo,” and “go”—and therein the forth step to change the world. Continuing his series on renewal and revival, Pastor Eric Ludy discusses the importance of seeing a clear picture of Jesus Christ (the “woe” vision), responding (lo), and then going forth to share the Good News (go). Christians are “WoLoGo’d (revived in soul, humbled, broken, forgiven, ready, and commissioned to go). If you crave greater intimacy with Jesus Christ, a fuller expression of His life, then you need to understand this forth step. Simply, it is the life of our Lord Jesus poured into human hearts.
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December 24, 2017

Living on Bread and Water

In this continued series on revival and renewal, Pastor Eric Ludy talks about a third element essential in every movement of God—a full surrender to Christ and living on purpose. It is the declaration of “Yes, Lord!” as we give access to the Holy Spirit to come into our bodies and master us. We yield the control position and we become His bond-slave. Our time is no longer our own. Our gifts and abilities are no longer our own. Our money is no longer our own. Our lives are no longer our own. In short, we have a new purpose under the mastery of the Holy Spirit. This isn’t a mystical or mysterious thing, but a call to live “on bread and water.” If you seek a freshness, renewal, or revival in your own life, this series of sermons is a “must listen.”
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December 17, 2017

Carmelized Saints

Last week Pastor Eric Ludy preached on our desperate need for revival. In this follow up message, Eric gives the second step toward changing the world—what he calls the “test of Mt. Carmel.” Examining the story of Elijah and Mount Carmel, Pastor Ludy gives the steps to becoming “carmelized” and the key to greater focus and intimacy with Jesus Christ. How far would you be willing to go, what would you be willing to set aside, and what is too great a sacrifice to seek Christ and see revival stir in our midst once again? May we set aside every diversion and run with endurance, looking unto Jesus, the Author and finisher of our faith.
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