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John 1 - 8; February 26, 2017 - May 28, 2017

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John 8 - 13; August 27, 2017 - October 29, 2017

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John 14 - 21; January 14, 2018 - Easter, April 1, 2018

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  • lowly love

    October 29, 2017

    In John 13, Jesus gives all who believe in him an example of how to love fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. There is to be a unique servant/humble love that is displayed. But to have this kind of love, it will take some essential components and effort on our part. May the body of Christ flourish in this lowly love. 

  • here am i

    October 22, 2017

    For followers of Jesus Christ, many times it feels as if faith is losing and loneliness sets in - especially in a fallen world. John 12 challenges and informs us on what we need to know and how we need to live.

  • does your king do king things?

    October 16, 2017

    In John 12, Jesus rides into Jerusalem on a wave of emotion. The crowds greet a king; they're not sure what kind of king he is. Following this king is not always an easy path, but we learn in seasons of grace and trial that Jesus is a king who we can trust.

  • lavish love

    October 8, 2017

    As Christ followers, we are called to love others and our love of others is directly tied to our love of God. Will we be lavish in our love or logical? May we lavishly love others because he lavishly loved us first.

  • unbelieving

    October 1, 2017

    In his book, the gospel writer John makes it very clear that his whole point is for people to believe in Jesus Christ and the fruit of believing is life. But in chapter eleven, he speaks to the opposite topic... unbelieving. John reveals the fruit of unbelieving which is fear in its various forms. What fruit hangs from our lives?

  • Ultimate glory

    September 24, 2017

    One of, if not THE, hardest topics to ponder and talk about is death. It is too painful and depressing, yet it is a hard reality that we all face. Is there any hope in death? In John 11, Jesus raises his friend from the dead but also identifies himself as the Resurrection and the Life. Jesus is the hope we can have as he brings glory to himself in the midst of pain and even death.

  • player passion

    September 17, 2017

    When it comes to theology and doctrine, there are fans who would rather keep a distance from these subjects and then there are players who are invested and willing to wrestle at deeper levels. In John 10, Jesus goes to the deeper doctrines, and as His followers we are invited to be players not fans.

  • the shepherd

    September 10, 2017

    Of all the animals in the animal kingdom, there is one that stands out in the Bible as the description and identity of human beings – sheep. We may see ourselves as a sleek tiger or a strong lion, but God sees us as sheep – vulnerable on one hand yet on the other an animal that is very perceptive of trusted voices. John 10 are Jesus' words for sheep:; "I am the Door" and "I am the good Shepherd". Both of these titles bring truth and hope to sheep and the whole flock.

  • made new

    September 3, 2017

    In John 9, Jesus meets a man born blind, and thousands of days of blindness give way to his first day of sight. This Jesus is the Light of the World. He not only brings light to blinded eyes but also to blinded hearts. What if this could be day one of a new journey with Christ for you?

  • Truly My disciple

    August 27, 2017

    Jesus in John 8 says "if you abide in my word, you are truly my disciples." It is a moment to pause and contemplate the question of our own discipleship, our own relationship with him.