Jesus knows he’s going to leave the disciples soon. How does he prepare them to continue on in the kingdom work without him in this prayer in John 17:1-19? Download audio Stream audio Subscribe to podcast Watch video
There is a lot of activity in the kingdom of God, but this activity may be most visible in the miracles of Jesus. Reading from John 6:22-35. Download audio Stream audio Subscribe to podcast Watch video
Let’s look at the Gospel of John in our message series Perspectives, reading from John 1:1-14. Download audio Stream audio Subscribe to podcast Watch video
September 2, 2020 by Bob Whitaker Do you ever feel inadequate when it comes to sharing your faith? Sometimes certain people, whether friends, family or strangers might have questions about your faith that seem difficult to answer. Sometimes in an attempt to have the “right answer” we study arguments for the reasonableness of our faith. […]
Pastor Dan continues our series with a look at Jesus as our Good Shepherd in John 10:1-18. Download Stream Subscribe to podcast Watch video
Father. Partner. Mentor. God meets us where we’re at, just as he did with Peter in John 21:6-18. Download Stream Subscribe to podcast
Forgiveness is not easy, especially when the offense is large. However, the alternative is worse – holding a grudge. When we make a deliberate and sometimes painful choice to forgive, there is a weight that is lifted from our hearts. Let’s think about the nature of forgiveness.
A look at who we are as a “household of faith.”
John 15:1-15. Jesus says, “I am the vine and you are the branches…No branch can bear fruit by itself; it must remain in the vine.” Let’s explore the image of the vine as it relates to the church.
From John 1:1-18. John begins his story of Jesus in a way unlike the other gospel writers–not at Jesus’ human birth but before time. As John tells us, the Word has no beginning and has no end–the Word is eternally God. The implications for this are massive. It sets the Christian religion apart from every […]