Apr 10, 2022
I Am… the True Vine
Series: I Am...
This week in the I Am series, we examine what Jesus said to his disciples in John chapter 15. Jesus is preparing his closest friends for his upcoming departure, and to provide comfort he tells them he is the True Vine.
Why did this matter to them and what implication is there for us?
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  • Apr 10, 2022I Am… the True Vine
    Apr 10, 2022
    I Am… the True Vine
    Series: I Am...
    This week in the I Am series, we examine what Jesus said to his disciples in John chapter 15. Jesus is preparing his closest friends for his upcoming departure, and to provide comfort he tells them he is the True Vine.
    Why did this matter to them and what implication is there for us?
  • Apr 3, 2022I Am… the Way
    Apr 3, 2022
    I Am… the Way
    Series: I Am...
    This Sunday in our 'I AM' series, we're in John 14:6, where Jesus proclaims, ‘I am the way, the truth, and the life.' In making this declaration, Jesus teaches us that the question is not ‘How will you get there?' Rather, it’s ‘Who’s going to take you?’ And his answer? 'I Am!'
  • Mar 27, 2022I Am… Light
    Mar 27, 2022
    I Am… Light
    Series: I Am...
    In the time it takes you to read this sentence, light can travel around the world 15x!

    Light: Mysterious. Powerful. Illuminating. Just like Jesus, who proclaimed himself the Light of the World. What did he mean by that? That's our topic in this week's edition of 'I AM'.
  • Mar 20, 2022I Am… The Gate and Shepherd
    Mar 20, 2022
    I Am… The Gate and Shepherd
    Series: I Am...
    Because the events of the life can leave us lost, confused, and injured, Jesus comes to us as the Good shepherd who finds us, heals our wounds, and gives us life. 
  • Mar 13, 2022I Am… the Bread of Life
    Mar 13, 2022
    I Am… the Bread of Life
    Series: I Am...
    With seven in-your-face statements sprinkled through the gospel of John, Jesus simultaneously declares his identity and different aspects of what He does in relation to humans. In John chapter 6, Jesus proclaims that He is "the bread of life." What would this have meant to the crowd He was speaking to, and what does this statement mean for us?
  • Feb 27, 2022How Are You, Really?: How You Are Depends on Who You Are
    Feb 27, 2022
    How Are You, Really?: How You Are Depends on Who You Are
    This Sunday in our 'How Are You REALLY?' series, we explore the truth that HOW we are is directly related to WHO we are through Jesus! And who might that be? Come find out :)
  • Feb 20, 2022How Are You, Really?: Pretty Little Lies
    Feb 20, 2022
    How Are You, Really?: Pretty Little Lies
    Many theologians, including John Calvin, have said that knowing God & knowing ourselves are 2 sides of the same coin. Join us this week as we seek to develop deeper awareness of who God says we are.
  • Feb 13, 2022How Are You, Really?: What Lies Beneath?
    Feb 13, 2022
    How Are You, Really?: What Lies Beneath?
    Usually when someone asks how we're doing, our reply is more a friendly response than an accurate reflection of reality. We'll say "good" or "fine" when in reality we hope that people don't see through us. As we strive to follow Jesus, it's important that we don't ignore our emotional health. Every aspect of our life is important to God, so this Sunday we're going to examine the relationship between our emotional health & spiritual health. So... How Are You, Really?
  • Feb 6, 202221 Days of Prayer: Lead Us Not
    Feb 6, 2022
    21 Days of Prayer: Lead Us Not
    This Sunday we finish our 21 Days of Prayer with the final line of Jesus' prayer: 'Lead us not into temptation.' Is that something God would actually do? What is temptation, exactly? And how do we avoid it?
  • Jan 30, 202221 Days of Prayer: Forgive Us our Debts
    Jan 30, 2022
    21 Days of Prayer: Forgive Us our Debts
    Last week in our 21 Days of Prayer series, we looked at praying for our physical needs. This Sunday we are going to see how Jesus addressed our emotional needs in his teaching about prayer. Jesus instructs his disciples to ask God to 'forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors.' How are these things related? Is Jesus implying that I have to earn God's forgiveness?
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