We continue our series through the book of John with a message from John 7:37-52.
Are you willing to drink from the same cup as Jesus? Are we willing to abandon the comfort of today in order to share and take the Gospel to a hurting world? Will we go where he leads us? Todd Morrison explores these questions and more as we take a look at Mark 10.
Who are you church? The culture around us wants to know who we really are and why they should listen to us. Jack Doney, Worship Director at Crossroads, shares a challenging message based on the character of the early church in Acts 2.
There are many voices in the world all telling you how to live and how to get to Heaven. But many of those voices may be false teachers Today's message is about listening to the right voice.
Pastor Jerry continues our walk through the book of John with today's message from John 7:19-24.
Are you seeking the wisdom of the world or the wisdom that comes from Jesus? He is the ultimate authority which comes from God the Father. The Pharisees could not reason against him and the people were amazed how He spoke with such authority. That’s because He is the ultimate authority and author of truth!
Is you life too comfortable? We're called to live a life which reflects the grace and character of Jesus and when we do we will face some adversity where life is not comfortable. Pastor Jerry continues our walk through the book of John as we dig into chapter 7.
Jesus said therefore to the twelve, "You do not want to go away also, do you?" Simon Peter answered Him, "Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of life. And we have believed and have come to know that You are the Holy One of God." (John 6:67-69)
Peter understood and truly believed that Jesus was the Messiah. Prior to this, many of those who had begun to follow Jesus had withdrawn and no longer followed Him. Does your belief allow you to follow Jesus regardless of the circumstance you find yourself in?
Spiritual action is the proof of true salvation. Pastor Jerry walks us through the communion Jesus had with his disciples before he was crucified and the ability to take spiritual action.
Why is the Bible easier for some to understand than for others? Pastor Jerry addresses as we come to John 6:41-51 in our journey through this Gospel.