Bring Your Doubt

John 13-14

Is Peace Possible?

John 14:27-31 • June 28, 2020 • Sean Gasperetti

The world is not at peace and yet peace is what everyone is looking for. As we explore John 14 further, we see that Jesus is the ONLY answer to the crisis of peace we have in our world.

An Eternal Communion of Love

John 14:18-26 • June 21, 2020 • Joshua Ryan Butler

The Trinity is not an abstract proclamation about God. It is an intimate invitation into the very life of God. Joshua Ryan Butler helps us gain a deeper understanding of the Trinity and its implications for our lives.

7 Essential Truths About the Holy Spirit

John 14:15-17 • June 14, 2020 • Brian McCormack

The Spirit-filled life is not about wanting something more THAN Jesus; but about wanting more OF Jesus. The Holy Spirit is the helper we need to obey God with love, and share God with boldness.

Praying Through Doubt

John 14:12-14 • June 7, 2020 • Jonathan Rainey

Our friend, Jonathan Rainey (chaplain, Washington Huskies / Seattle Seahawks) shares an incredibly encouraging word about the power and practicalities of prayer, especially prayer in the midst of doubt.

Jesus is Greater Than Our Doubt

John 14:8-11 • May 31, 2020 • Brian McCormack

Sometimes major lessons come through minor characters. Philip, a rarely mentioned apostle, shows us that regardless of our doubts, change is possible in the knowledge of Jesus.

My New Business Card

Colossians 1:1-2 • May 24, 2020 • Kyle Veach

In what may seem like an insignificant set of verses we dive deep into our identity in Christ as saints.

Is Heaven Even Real?

John 14:1-7 • May 17, 2020 • Brittney Malcolmson

Is heaven real? Is Jesus the only way to get there? Pastor Brittney (College Pastor, Reach Church - Kirkland) unpacks beautiful truths about what's to come to give us hope right where we are.

Staying Faithful is Hard

John 13:33-38 • May 10, 2020 • Sean Gasperetti

It’s hard to stay faithful when the world is so dark - UNLESS we have a clear picture for what we’re running towards. When life gets hard, and when there are no simple answers for the problems we see in the world, it becomes all the more challenging to stay the course - UNLESS we have clear vision. This week, Pastor Sean walks us through Peter’s struggle to stay the course in being faithful and how we can avoid destructive tendencies ourselves.

Children, Love One Another

John 13:31-38 • May 3, 2020 • Brian McCormack

"Is Jesus God?" "Christianity seems too complicated." "What if I've been hurt by Christians in the past?" "I tried already, and failed." Our God is not intimidated by doubts and questions like these. As we continue studying the final night of Jesus' life, we see Jesus ramping up the compassion and the clarity for his closest friends...the same way he wants to for you.