The Gospel of John
A year-long series looking at the life of Jesus through the eyes of John
As John opens his gospel he introduces us to Jesus’ eternal, triune, and creative nature so we understand who the God is who saved us.
Are you more afraid of the dark or letting the light of God shine in your life?.
How do men respond when God dwells among them? Let’s go back to the Exodus and see.
What lengths does God go to to get our attention?
Six men come to Jesus four different ways and the lessons we can learn from each.
Jesus turned water into wine, so how should Christians respond to alcohol?
When Jesus showed up in the Temple on Passover, instead of worship He found chaos. How had God been misplaced in His own house? And what needs to be driven out of our lives so worship can begin again?
What are miracles for, and is it OK to pray for one today?
Nicodemus, the man who seemed to have it all together, was still told that He needed Jesus.
Jesus told Nicodemus he had to be born-again. Why does He say stuff like that which is so hard to understand?
What does it mean to be “born of water and the Spirit?”
We’ve all been infected by the toxins of sin, but we also have access to the holy antivenom we need.
Did you ever notice that “I” is at the center or sin? There’s a good reason why “I” must decrease.
Jesus walked out of Judea just as His popularity was soaring. Why?
Jesus was tired. Is that something you can relate to?
Jesus confronts a women graciously but directly over the issues in her life.
The woman at the well went to town and told everyone about Jesus – where are you willing to go?
Jesus ministers to a man who has it all and another who seems to have nothing, but He requires both of them to act on their faith.
Jesus says God gives us four witnesses to tell us what He’s really like, so how do you respond when God doesn’t fit your expectations?
Sometimes impossible circumstances come our way, what do we do then? Learn a lesson from the feeding of the 5000.
When the crowds came to Jesus, they came for the wrong reasons but He tried to help them. Why do you come?
Sometimes Jesus says hard things, not because He’s mean, but because He wants to receive something better.
You can’t say, “I don’t have an opinion” about Jesus, you have to decide, was He right or was He wrong? And your answer has eternal consequences.
Are torrents of living water gushing from your life? Jesus said they would if you’re filled with the Holy Spirit.
How can Jesus affirm the Law and grant mercy at the same time? How can Justice and Mercy coexist?
Is the Light of the World shining in your life? Can you see where to go next?
If Jesus is light of the world, why do so many stay in the dark? Because we love our sin more than we love God.
Why are we sometimes born with defects, deformities, or difficulties? Is it because of sin in our lives?
In one the most familiar passages of the New Testament Jesus claims to be the Good Shepherd. What does that mean for us as sheep?
We take a second look at Jesus’ claim to be the Good Shepherd, this time focusing on what we can learn about shepherds.
Yes, Jesus IS the Christ, and that means you’re always going to be His.
Yes, Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead, but did you know that Jesus LOVED Lazarus, and his family knew it?
Does your life look more like a vacuum, taking things in, or a fountain, giving things out?
Jesus’ big moment has final come – the hour has arrived for Him to be glorified. What will that look like?
In the final hours of His life, Jesus shows His love for us by humbling washing our feet and showing us the need regular cleansing in our relationship with Him
Have you ever been betrayed? Jesus knows the pain, but also commands us to love like we’ve never loved before.
What does Jesus have to say about Heaven, and how does that affect us when we feel anxious?
Jesus says there’s only one way to Heaven – through Him. Why does it have to be so exclusive?
What role do miracles play in our lives? Answer: they force to make a decision about God.
Jesus doesn’t promote you, He trades places with you, and that subtle distinction makes an enormous difference.
As a Christian, the Holy Spirit resides INSIDE you and that means, you are never truly alone
Looking for a little peace? Jesus offers it to you for FREE!
Christians are designed to bear fruit by abiding in Christ and being tended by God
What does the Bible mean by the word love?
Even though Christians are called to love others, Jesus warns them that the world with respond with hatred.
Jesus prays for Himself and the disciples just hours before going to the cross – what does He say?
Everyone in Jesus’ life turned their back on Him. Feel let down by people in your life? He can understand.
John gives us a play by play of the events of Jesus’ trial and execution, but WHY was it all necessary?
The Jews wanted Jesus off the cross quickly so they could enjoy their Passover…turns out, He was their real Passover.
When Jesus rose from the grave, He gave seven gifts to us to help us live.
Jesus meets the disciples in their daily lives and then restores and calls Peter to a life of service.