A Closer look at John 3:16
Starting a New Series on The Armor of God. In this Message we talk about Who is our Enemy and What are We to Do.
This message is a narrative from John Chapter 21. It looks at the text from Peter’s perspective as Peter reflects on his failure to Christ and Jesus’ acts of restoration.
This sermon looks at Thomas’ doubt of Christ’s resurrection until seeing Jesus’ crucifixion scars. Jesus is glad to help people’s faith grow. Thomas is only doing what the disciples did earlier on the night of Jesus resurrection. Thomas’ doubts of belief resonate with many believers if they are honest about their spiritual journey.
This Easter message describes the the faith development of Nicodemus. He models steps of faith that lead to belief the belief in Christ’s resurrection. Many share Nicodemus’ steps of faith and belief.
We continue our series that focuses on Jesus interaction with His disciples between His time of death on the cross and His ascension into heaven. This sermon focuses the disciples need to move from a state of fear to a state of mission. Jesus details the importance of the Holy Spirit’s role in accomplishing this.
This is a narrative from the account of the Samaritan woman at the well and her interaction with Jesus. It is taken from the perspective of one of the disciples as they observed the interaction between Jesus and the woman. The focus of the message is that personal excitement of our relationship to Jesus creates ease in sharing our story of Jesus from others. Follow the story found in John 4:27-42
Jesus while on earth lived his life in such a way that he transformed people lives through grace. We as Christ followers and possessors of God’s grace are called to do the same. Some of the Jesus’ last words to His followers were for them to continue His mission. John 20:21, “As the Father has sent me, so I am sending you.” This message looks at the concept of being sent as a Christ follower.