We created Mars Hill Campaigns to serve pastors, churches, and ministries. We want you to have one less thing to do so you can focus on caring for your people and make the most of the time God has given you.
Download sermons in a variety of formats to help with your own message preparation, or use them to fill the pulpit for a season to give yourself a break. Audio and video downloads ranging from .mp3 to high-def Blu-ray .iso are available, with English and Spanish subtitles.
We supply complete artwork, worship backgrounds, slides, and promotional materials for presenting each Campaign in your church and community.
Help your flock grow in their walk and get your entire church on the same page with our library of study guides and DVD curriculum. Daily devotions, small group studies, and group inductive studies will lead your members to deeper relationship with Jesus. All are available at special pricing for Campaign churches– click here for more.
*Worship guides, small group leader guides, student ministry guides, and other content is also provided for certain Campaigns.
One thing I’ve learned is that growth brings much complexity and more work than available time.
I remember the early years of Mars Hill. I was the only pastor on staff and overseeing every aspect of the ministry. I worked six to seven days a week, twelve hours a day, and still couldn’t get caught up.
I’m sure many of you can relate to the challenge of keeping up with the demands of church planting, growing churches, and balancing sermon prep.
When you’re focused on building ministries, meeting with hurting and broken people, praying through and casting vision, going in and out of meetings all day, and pastoring your families on top of sermon prep, it can be hard to implement extras like good design and marketing as well as building curriculum.
With that in mind, we’re excited to offer Campaigns because we want to serve you, as well as ease the burden some feel in regards to design and communication. And we want you to have one less thing to do.
–Pastor Mark Driscoll