See & Believe

John 6-7

The Gift of the Spirit

June 30, 2019 • Brian McCormack • John 7:37–39

If you believe in Jesus, the Spirit will flow from deep within you. This is not optional, nor is it conditional. Are we open to allowing the Spirit to move in and through us in new ways? Are we aware of what’s at stake if we don’t?

Jesus Knows Where He's From

June 16, 2019 • Josh Siegel • John 7:25–36

The crowd around Jesus begins to wonder: "Could this man really be the Messiah?"

Get Jesus Right

June 9, 2019 • Brian McCormack

A wrong view of purpose, power, or practice can keep us from having a true perspective of Jesus...which is the most important thing in the world. Jesus is urging you to see him as He truly is, and to experience his life-changing truth as you choose to trust him through obedience.

God’s Voice and God’s Timing

May 26, 2019 • Brittney Malcolmson • John 7:1–9

Jesus’ brothers reflect some of our own questions for God. Jesus models for us what it looks like to trust God’s voice and God’s timing even amidst the pressures of the world around us.

Jesus is Offensive

May 19, 2019 • Brian McCormack • John 6:60–71

Many leave Jesus looking for easier words. The faithful are called to remember that only Jesus has the words of eternal life, and also to remember: Jesus was rejected, and if we follow him wholeheartedly, sometimes we will be too.

I Am the Bread of Life

May 12, 2019 • Nick Shafto • John 6:22–59

Jesus says "I Am the Bread of Life. All who see the son and believe in him will have eternal life." Just like the crowd, we hunger for the wrong bread. Jesus is the bread that will satisfy.

Storm-proof Faith

May 5, 2019 • Brian McCormack • John 6:16–21

Storms of hardship are part of life. Jesus sees us in them, comforts us in them, and uses them to reveal how he is God, He is Good, and He is here

Not Enough + Jesus = More than Enough

April 28, 2019 • Brian McCormack • John 6:1–15

Jesus is constantly inviting us into seemingly impossible missions for the benefit of those in need. How will we respond? Hopefully we will do so with trust and expectancy, placing our faith in the great Provider.