Podcasts

Doubt

In the second message in our Everyday Battles series, Justin Henry takes a look at the role of doubt in our lives and in our faith through the lens of three doubters. [John 20:24-31]

Disappointment

The week after Resurrection Sunday, we kick off a new series looking at how we live into the reality of Easter in the midst of our Everyday Battles. This week, Lisa Watson talks to us about disappointment. [Hebrews 12:1-3]

Don’t Be Afraid, He Is Risen

On Resurrection Sunday, Matthew Watson tells us about the message that was given to the first preachers of the gospel and how the words remain true for us. [Matthew 28:1-10]

He Chose Death (Good Friday)

Two thousand years ago, a man died. And the world was changed. On Good Friday, Justin Fung talks about the significance of Jesus' death on the cross. [John 19:1-37]

Priests, Palms, and Possibilities

We celebrate Palm Sunday (and also close out the first part of our look at John's Gospel) by hearing how Jesus describes who he is. Justin Henry asks what misconceptions we might hold about Jesus. [Matthew 21:1-11; John 5:19-40]

One Healer, Three Responses

Today we see Jesus, for the first time in John's Gospel, heal people, and as we experience Jesus' actions and words through three different perspectives, we realize that things may not be as simple as they seem. Justin Fung brings us the message, in three acts. [John 4:46-5:16]

Boundary-Crossing Love

What would you do if you met someone who knew everything about you? What would you do if they knew it all and love it all? This week in John 4, a woman meets Jesus and discovers that he knows all about her life and her past, and yet displays a love towards her that is pure and caring in a way she's never experienced. As we continue our journey through John, we will see what happens when Jesus crosses social boundaries intended to separate and dehumanize, and matches them with love and invitation to life found in faith. [John 4:1-26]

John the Forerunner

As we meet John the Baptist again, Marisa Stubbs points out a better name for him, one based not on what he does but on his relationship to Jesus: John the Forerunner. [John 3:22-36]

New Birth, New Life

Andrea Ackermann takes us to Jesus' meeting with Nicodemus, one of the religious leaders of the day, and explores what it means to be born from above — to be born of God. [John 3:1-21]

Shame Transformed and Shame Driven Out

In John 2, Jesus attends a wedding and a worship service. In both places, his aim is to replace shame and isolation with honor and embrace. Matthew Watson explores the meaning behind Jesus' miracle of turning water to wine and helps us understand what was at stake when Jesus drove the moneychangers from the temple. [John 2:1-11, 13-22]