Sermons on John

Good News to Believe in!

Christ is Risen! Sin and death have been defeated! We have been set free through the death and resurrection of Jesus our Savior! Hallelujah to the Lamb of God!

A Meal to Remember

Tonight we are going to hear again the story of Jesus’ last night with his disciple before his crucifixion and death. It is a story filled with God’s grace and mercy that brings us peace with Him.

Two Pictures of the Gospel

How do you describe the Gospel? What words would you use? What imagery comes to mind?Join us as we consider two aspects of the Gospel and how they tie together.

Sent to be the Sender

After Jesus shows his disciples who is and why he came into the world, he commissions them to continue on with the work he has been showing. As he had been sent from the Father, he is now sending them.

I Am the True Vine

Jesus uses a powerful illustration about having a fruitful, productive life, and the dangers of not staying connected to Him.

I Am the Good Shepherd

What does a shepherd risk for his sheep? How far would he go to rescue them? What price would he pay to ensure their safety?If you found a Good Shepherd, would you listen to him? Would you follow him?

I Am the Door of the Sheep

Jesus uses mixed metaphors to get his point across. He is both the one who enters through the door of the sheep and he is the door.And then he adds another layer – who are you listening to? In a world where everyone has something to tell you, the voice of Jesus is the voice of life.

I Am the Bread of Life

Today begins a seven part series on the I Am statements of Jesus from John’s gospel account. Jesus starts with a very basic staple of people’s everyday life…bread.