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Sermons on John

The Gospel for Children & Parents

In this message, we take a break from our Ephesians series to hear a the simple goodness of the gospel from John 3:16. Inspired by Pastor Richard Newton’s series of sermons for children found in his many books, this message is directed to the younger crowd, but not dumbed down. In fact, many parents were…

Thomas & Believing the Testimony

John 20:24-21 – We come to the story of Thomas and his unbelief. We learn of the great compassion of Jesus even with the most stubborn and weak of His precious sheep. John closes this story by calling on us to believe the testimony, and believing, to have life in Christ’s name. In this sermon, we look at this familiar story and…

Peace Be With You

A happy reunion with Jesus transforms the fearful, anxious, worried disciples into glad men experiencing the peace of God. Witness the transformation of these inconsistent men into faithful Apostles sent out to do the work of building the visible church. This sermon covers John 20:19-23 and will encourage you to seek the Peace-maker, Jesus, who makes sinful hearts glad. John 20:19-23 19 On…

Experiencing the Empty Tomb

John 20:1-18 – This text tells the account of Mary, Peter, and John as they come face to face with the empty tomb. Where they thought they would find their master, their teacher, their leader, even if he was dead, they expected to find his body. Instead they found something that none of them expected. They found that he was not there.…

Three Portraits: Jesus, Pilate, and Militant Unbelief

Our text is John 19:1-16. In the last minutes before Christ’s crucifixion, John leads us through the dialogue between Jesus, Pilate and the Jewish leaders. Here we see most graphically the contrast between Kingdoms. Jesus’ immense love while suffering affliction is displayed against a people-pleasing, unjust magistrate and the militant hatred of the Jewish leaders. This sermon examines all three. Our public…