Jesus, the Great Encourager (John 15 & 16)

In the final hours before he would be arrested and ultimately executed, Jesus spent that time pouring encouragement into the eleven disciples he would use to change the world in the coming months and years. His words were recorded by John years after all those disciples were dead because they were meant for more than just them. They were meant … Read More

Jesus Feeds and Thins the Crowd (John 6)

John 6 records two of the more extraordinary miracles of Jesus – the feeding of the 5,000 and the walking on water. It also records what Jesus did with the large crowd that was ready to make him king…he thinned them out with a hard teaching. Jesus wasn’t interested in large crowds of half-hearted, superficial followers. He was interested in … Read More

Jesus and the Sabbath (John 5)

One of Jesus’ favorite things to do was mess with the proud, self-righteous religious leaders of his day. And one of his favorite things to mess with them about was their abuse of the Sabbath. But at the same time, Jesus was compassionate and gentle with the humble. In short: Jesus is awesome!

Jesus, A Pharisee, and the Women at the Well (John 3 & 4)

In John 3 and 4, Jesus has an encounter with two people who could not be more different from each other. one is a proud and important religious leader. The other is an outcast among outcasts. Jesus shows us that He is worthy of our praise and admiration as He meets them right where they are and changes their lives … Read More

2. And So It Begins… (John 2)


Jesus began his ministry in John chapter 2 in a subtle and not-so-subtle way. Why? What was Jesus’ motivation for what he did and didn’t do? Join us as we begin Pursuing Christ by looking intently into the Gospel that shows us the divine!

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