Sermons on Salvation

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John: Born Again

John 3:1-15 Witnessing the birth of a child is a nearly indescribable experience. Attempting to fully explain the awe, emotion, and weight of what takes place at birth proves close to impossible. But as amazing and fascinating as the birth of a child is, a far more mysterious, supernatural, and awe-inspiring experience is the “second” […]

Here We Stand

Jude 3, 20-21 It’s not everyday that we can celebrate a 500th birthday, but that’s what we get to do this week! It was 500 years ago that Martin Luther inadvertently began what became known as the Protestant Reformation when he nailed his 95 theses to the door of the church in Wittenberg, Germany. What […]

John: Come & See

John 1:43-51 What’s your normal reaction when a friend or family member says excitedly, “Hey, you’ve gotta see this!” Don’t we naturally lean in to see what’s bringing such excitement? In John 1:43-51, we read the story of Philip meeting Jesus. Jesus said simply, “Follow me,” and Philip did. But, do you know what else […]

John: Seeking Christ

John 1:35-42 As we continue in the book of John, for the first time in the narrative we are going to hear words from the mouth of Jesus Himself. If you have a “red-letter” Bible, you’ll finally come across some red ink this week! Jesus asks a question intended to cut to the hearts of those […]

John: Give & Take

John 1:29-34 Newly-weds are often asked, “When did you know that they were the one?” People are curious about what it was that finally persuaded them that this was the one that they wanted to marry. Although it’s in a very different context, the passage we’ll look at in John 1 gives us a glimpse […]

Snapshots: The Parable of the Sower

The Parable of the Sower Growing up, we likely all heard stories that were intended to teach a lesson. Think of “The Tortoise and the Hare” or “The Boy Who Cried Wolf.” Those stories weren’t intended to teach us about a slow turtle, a fast rabbit, or the dietary habits of wolves. Rather they were […]