Fantasy and Faith does not seem to be related subjects, yet this study aims to express the inherent connection between fantasy literature and the Christian church and how this connection can be employed in Christian church sermons. It is a utilitarian study, aimed to place the art of fantasy literature and the oral interpretation thereof in service of, in this case, the church. The twenty-first century church needs to find ways to minister effectively to the postmodern person. Fantasy literature can help fulfil some of these needs. Fantasy and Religion seems to have a natural connection. History shows that the earliest fantasies had religious, and specifically Christian, connotations. The inherent attributes of fantasy make it predisposed to spiritual meaning. The combination of these factors makes it a useful genre to help explain Biblical and Spiritual concepts. This study aims to show how the two divergent ideas of faith and fantasy can be reconciled and how it is currently being done in churches in Gauteng.