Going Deeper…

Here are some questions based on last Sunday’s sermon text (John 1:35-51), in case they’re helpful to you for personal growth or group discussion… In this passage, several people meet Jesus for the first time. Meeting him for the first time is certainly life-altering, even if it’s just the beginning of a whole life of… Read more »

Going Deeper…

Here are some questions based on last Sunday’s sermon text (John 1:19-34), in case they’re helpful to you for personal growth or group discussion… (23) John the Baptist is the “voice” from Isaiah 40:3. Read Isaiah 40:1-5. The proclamation of the Gospel is a message of comfort. How is his message one of comfort? How… Read more »

Going Deeper…

Here are some questions based on last Sunday’s sermon text (John 1:14-18), in case they’re helpful to you for personal growth or group discussion… “The Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory” (14)… The word translated “dwelt among” means “pitched his tent” or “tabernacled.” In light of the Old… Read more »

Going Deeper…

Here are some questions based on last Sunday’s sermon text (John 1:6-13), in case they’re helpful to you for personal growth or group discussion… Vv. 9-10 are talking about the pre-incarnate Word/Son. What does it mean that he “gives light to everyone… yet the world did not know him”? What is the relevance of this… Read more »

Men’s Breakfast: “Born of the Virgin Mary”

Join us at the Costa home at 7:30am Sat., Sept. 10 for our monthly men’s breakfast as we discuss a portion of the Apostles’ Creed. Click here to read some thoughts to kickstart our conversation. Invite a friend!

Resources for John’s Gospel

  John wrote his beautiful Gospel “so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name” (20:31). This book has served as a life-transforming introduction to Jesus for countless skeptics and new believers throughout history. Seasoned lovers of Scripture return to it with joy,… Read more »

Summer Liturgies

Eric is on sabbatical this summer, so the website won’t be updated with weekly liturgies and sermons as usual. Here’s everything in advance!