The Old Has Gone, the New Has Come

John 2-4

A New Way to be Faithful

John 4:43-54 • December 16, 2018 • Josh Siegel

Do you have a reliable and consistent faith? Do life's hardships cause you lean into your faith or to have bursts of panic? Jesus invites us to a vibrant and rooted faith.

A New Way to Satisfied

John 4:1-42 • December 9, 2018 • Brian McCormack + Brittney Malcolmson

In a tender encounter with a woman used to being on the fringes, Jesus reveals an incredibly important truth — the satisfaction we all seek is found only in Jesus....knowing Him, and making Him known.

A New Way to be Saved

John 3:16-21 • November 18, 2018 • Brian McCormack

“For God so loved the world that He gave his only son…” These words are the most well-known in the entire bible for good reason. Believe them, and the result is eternal life.

A New Way to be Joyful

John 3:22-36 • November 25, 2018 • Brian McCormack

Within these verses lies the secret of life that no one sees coming — fullness of joy does not come from the pursuit and exaltation of self, but in the denial of self. When John the Baptist says “I must decrease, he must increase” he flips contemporary culture on its head…and invites us to follow him into true satisfaction.

A New Way to be Born

John 2:23-3:8 • November 11, 2018 • Nick Shafto

Jesus says we all must be born again. It is only through His life, death, and resurrection that we are able to enter the Kingdom of God.

A New Way to be Near

John 2:12-22 • November 4, 2018 • Brian McCormack

Our greatest good and deepest joy come through nearness to God. When Jesus cleanses and replaces the temple, he declares himself to be the only means by which we can experience life-changing closeness to our creator.

A New Way to be Clean

John 2:1-12 • October 28, 2018 • Brian McCormack

The first miraculous sign Jesus performs in the Gospel of John is spectacular at first glance, and even more profound as one looks deeper. As hundreds of gallons of water change to wine, we discover the new way change is designed to come into our lives in the ways that matter most.