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Peace Amidst the Trouble

On our first Kids City Sunday, Jaemin and Nathan read our passage of Scripture and Brian Lomax, one of our Kids City volunteers, gives the message about Jesus' promise: "In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world." [John 16:16-33]


Dallas Willard describes joy as "a pervasive and constant sense of well-being that is infused with hope because of the goodness of God." Jesus promises that that joy is available to us and that he will make our joy complete. Justin Fung unpacks how Jesus gets us there. [John 15:1-25]

Looking to the End

Elder Marisa Stubbs delivers the word of John 13:21-38 which predicts both Judas' and Peter's betrayals. She speaks to the hearts of the betrayed while pointing to the glory, grace, and mercy of Jesus in the midst of betrayal. John 13:21-38

David Bailey: The Wilderness Walk

Guest Preacher, David Bailey, brings us into the wilderness of Deuteronomy as he speaks those who seek justice, but don't always see it. God's provision is for those who are flourishing and for those under the weight of oppression. How we view God determines how we make sense of the wilderness walk.  [Deuteronomy 8:1-3]

Servanthood: Life, Death, and Life Again

As we journey through John, we've reached the account of Jesus washing the disciples' feet as a example of servant leadership. Lisa Watson teaches on the love, knowledge, and vulnerability behind servanthood and the marks of a servant. [John 13:1-17]

Jesus’ Purpose and Process

In order to fulfill one's purpose, one must have a process for getting there. Matthew Watson unpacks how Jesus' purpose -- bringing life, light, and salvation -- necessitated a process that involved going through death, darkness, and isolation; and how that gives us hope. [John 12:20-50]

After the Miracle

We rejoin the story after Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead and find him facing tremendous pushback from the religious leaders. Why does he encounter such opposition for doing good? Andrea Ackermann explains the threat that Jesus poses -- to systems and structures ... and to us. [John 11:45-57]

Life, Death, and Life Again

As we rejoin the Gospel of John, Matthew Watson tells the story of Jesus and his friend Lazarus, and reminds us that God is with us in our disappointment and grief, and that it isn't about how we start that counts. [John 11:1-44]


Even as we come to the end of the first month of the year, the rest of 2019 stretches out before us. Who will we become this year, and how do we get where God wants us to go? Justin Fung introduces the SPIRES Plan tool and reminds us that love is the framework for our lives. [Mark 12:28-31]