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  • Angry Worship

    Contributed on Oct 12, 2011
    based on 10 ratings

    A sermon to help give wisdom to know when it’s okay just to be really upset with corruption and injustice.

    The first question is what are you doing here tonight? Like why are you here? Honestly. Think about that. For some of you that have gone to church for a long time, you may have not asked that question in a good season. Why are you here? Why do you come? What is your motive? What is it you’re more

  • Come And See

    Contributed on Oct 12, 2011
    based on 5 ratings

    You are a connector for God. He has called you to bring your worlds together in Christ. You are an evangelist.

    Tonight we will be in the Gospel of John. And we will be in the Gospel of John potentially until we see Jesus again face to face. This could be a while. And what I’m gonna ask that you do tonight is something very simple and very practical that we begin with. The first thing I’m gonna more

  • John The Baptizer

    Contributed on Oct 12, 2011
    based on 7 ratings

    John the Baptizer had courage to confront the darkness in people's lives and to speak into their lives that he loved with tears in his eyes and compassion about their sin.

    So now we’re gonna talk about John the Baptizer. It’s not John the Baptist. John wasn’t a Baptist. He’s a baptizer. Story starts. He had a dad. He had a mom. Most kids, that’s where the story starts. John’s dad, Zechariah, was a priest, served the temple, more

  • Jesus The Word

    Contributed on Oct 12, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    John sought to bring the good news of Jesus in our own language and our own words to our own world that is dark and so desperately needed.

    Before I get into John’s Gospel tonight, I have to do a lot of historical work for you, to give you some sort of foundational understanding. We’ll talk about Hebrew theology and its history. We’ll talk about Greek philosophy and its history, and seek to bring those together for you guys in some more

  • Life Of John

    Contributed on Oct 12, 2011
    based on 4 ratings

    John understood that the most important thing for the children of God, with a feeble breath and the few words he could say, that they were supposed to love each other.

    Next week we begin the Gospel of John. I just finished the book of Exodus. And so what I wanted to do by way of transition this week was to introduce you to John – not just the things that he has to say, not just his ideas and his concepts and his theology, as wonderful as that is, but to introduce more