God has placed you right where you are for a purpose, namely to display the light of Jesus to the world.
We are always worshipping something or someone, and we can discover what that is by seeing how we invest our money, time, and effort. In this message, Keith Copley, Missionary to Papua New Guinea, shares about what steals our worship and why Jesus is better.
Jesus reproved the pharisees for wanting to remove the speck in other people’s eyes while ignoring the logs they carried in their own eyes. Although it may appear that Jesus was simply telling them not to judge, he was actually pointing out that their lack of self-awareness prevented them from being truly helpful.
Series: I Am Jesus | Part: Four
When Jesus said he was the vine, he also said that we are the branches which are to bear fruit. In this message, Pastor Brian explains how this fruit is both a result and a response of abiding in the vine who is Jesus.
Series: I Am Jesus | Part: Three
One of the most polarizing statements Jesus ever made was “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.” Many find this statement to be an offensive and arrogant claim of Christianity, but maybe it is our misunderstanding of who Jesus is that leads us to mischaracterize this statement. Continuing the “I Am Jesus” series, Pastor Brian dives into this statement by first answering the question “Jesus is the way to what?”
Series: I Am Jesus | Part: One
Jesus revealed his nature when He fed over five thousand people with just a few fish and a couple loaves of bread. Only a day later some of his disciples go looking for Him, but not because they had seen who He was, but because they wanted their stomachs filled again. What are you looking for in Jesus?
The death of Lazarus, accounted in John chapter 11, shows us how Lazarus’ sisters struggled to believe Jesus in the midst of their grief. Just like them, our experiences of the past often cloud what we need to believe about Jesus today. In turn, we often settle with a sort of compromise, namely that Jesus will only change our lives in a distant future in heaven, but not today. But Jesus shows us something different.
Series: The Hour | Part: Three
Jesus singled out the last supper with his disciples as one of the events he had earnestly desired before his crucifixion. Why is this? What was so significant about the Passover meal that was to happen before his death?