Sermons on John
Welcome to week one of SONGS OF SUMMER, a worship theme series for the summer that will explore a vision of “The Beloved Community” found in the Letters of John. What would it take for us as a church and a fellowship of followers of Jesus to live into vision of a community that embraces the love of God in all that we do?
Most of us owe a lot to our moms. The women of the world have stepped up and have filled in way more than their own fair share. Let’s honor moms this mothers day and celebrate the ways in which women have shaped up and continue to bless our lives.
God’s mission through Jesus Christ is simple: “For God so loved the world…” How might we hear again these words of scripture today and be challenged to live out God’s mission? Join in as Missional Strategist, John Pinson, delivers a special word today to challenge and encourage us all. Key Text: John 3:16-17
Join in this as we begin a new series, “Breath of God.” In the Bible, God’s Holy Spirit is referred to as the “breath” or “wind.” What might it mean for God to breathe the Holy Spirit on us today? What effect would it bring to our lives to receive the breath of God. Join in and let’s find out together.
Our heart is a powerful symbol of our soul and our “gut.” It represents a deep part of ourselves and normally signifies our emotion and passion. It is important that we guard our heart and help get our heart into shape as well. Key Texts: John 14:27, Proverbs 4:23 (NIV)
What exactly does heaven look like? The Bible offers many descriptions of the after life and of heaven specifically. It’s magnificent in splendor, beauty, and wonder. You are invited to worship with us as we talk about The Trip of a Lifetime with Randy Sherrill, our Associate Lay Leader, sharing the message. Key Text: John 14:1-4 NIV
What if we look for the presence of not only the helpers in the world, but we look for The Helper, also known as the Holy Spirit. You are invited to journey with us as we look for the helpers together.
Today, we begin a two-part series talking about The Heart of the Gospel.
As Part 3 of the Litmus Test series, this week’s message “Credibility” offers a good standard for determining what it looks like for us to follow Jesus. What proof or evidence is there that someone is truly a follower of Jesus? The “fruit of the spirit” offers some helpful guidance. Key Scriptures: John 15:5-8 (NLT), Galatians 5:22-23 (NLT)
How do you want to see? How do you want to be seen? Let’s start 2020 by choosing to see and be seen the ways they are intended. Key Scripture: John 9:1-3, 6-16, 35-41 (NLT)