Sermons on John
We’re so glad to be welcoming back guest speaker Clem Ferris, as he shares today’s message “Am I Generous?”. We are looking at John 12:1-8, and dive into the importance of giving and how we can give. You can learn more about Clem and his ministry at: https://clemferris.com/
This week, Scott Wiens leads week 4 in our series, “I AM”, with a message called “The Good Shepherd”. This series takes a step back as we look and listen to what God says about Himself and His different attributes.
This message focuses on the true Lord’s Prayer found in John 17. The traditional Lord’s Prayer found in the Gospels could more accurately be entitled the disciple’s prayer as Jesus was teaching them how to pray. Jesus asks for three basic things in His prayer to His Father: That He would be glorified in order to return to His Father and continue to bring glory to Him. That His disciples would be protected from the evil one and continue to…
Followers of Jesus will suffer persecution because of their relationship with Christ. What is left to be determined is if we will respond in the same way that Jesus responded.
In this powerful metaphor, Jesus describes the pathway to fruitfulness for His disciples. We must be firmly connected to Jesus, who is the vine and the source of our very life in God. We will face times of pruning when the Father uses circumstances in this life to optimize our ability to produce fruit. When we recognize the fact that we are in Christ and Christ is in us the benefits are indescribable.
Anxiety. Depression. We live in a real-world with real-world crisis and fears, and we long for peace in our day-to-day lives. In this message, Tyler shares how we can find stability in the true peace of God through Jesus Christ.
This week we are beginning a brand new sermon series called “Connected”. We will be studying Jesus’ words to His disciples before He endured the suffering and death that He has promised would occur before He was raised from the dead on the third day. His words are full of life and hope, along with warnings concerning difficult days ahead. The bottom line is that we must remain connected to Jesus to be fruitful in this life, despite whatever trouble…