The Galilean

The most interesting people tend to have both consistency and creativity wedded together. This dynamic pairing is embodied by Jesus.   In this sermon, we explore six unexpected glimpses of Jesus’ personality: Unexpected Timing (vs. 1–13) Jesus is operating on His Father’s timetable. Jesus arrives precisely when He means to, not a moment too late … [Read More…] The Galilean

What if Jesus’ love is the secret to an identity so deep, meaningful, rich, and lasting that all other identities fade into insignificance? What if the secret of abundant life is found in Jesus’ death-defying love? The Apostle John’s most defining, grounding, and meaningful identity was found in the simple fact that he was and always would be loved by Jesus. In the end, nothing else mattered. His accomplishments, connections, titles, writings, and even his very life faded in comparison to the blazing reality that he was loved by Jesus. And that love changed John forever.

Loved By Jesus

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In this season we’re all holding onto hope. Hope for a vaccine. Hope for a new normal. Hope for the year ahead. Moses was holding onto hope as well. In the first five books of the Bible, he wrote of Jesus and the hope of what he would one day come to do. In this Advent series, we’ll see how Moses was ultimately holding onto hope for Jesus, the coming Messiah. And we will discover that in fact it is Jesus who is holding out hope for us today.

Holding Out Hope

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