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    • The Good Shepherd Knows the Sheep

    • Date: Feb 19, 2017
    • Speaker: Jaron Scott
    • John 10:1-21
    • Jesus is the good shepherd. He is the beautifully attractive shepherd. He lives with the sheep. He knows them personally and intimately. He calls them individually by name. Do you know his voice?

    • The Good Shepherd is Trustworthy

    • Date: Feb 12, 2017
    • Speaker: Tim Chambers
    • John 10:1-21
    • Jesus talks about sheep and shepherds to teach about leadership. According to Jesus, other religious leaders are untrustworthy. He is perfectly trustworthy. What are the possible responses to this claim?

    • Look to the Light

    • Date: Feb 6, 2017
    • Speaker: Jaron Scott
    • John 9
    • Jesus heals a man who had been blind from birth. Everyone is talking about it. The religious leaders who had been criticizing him for claiming to be the light of the world are now in an uncomfortable spot. The story teaches us both about the causes of spiritual and intellectual blindness and about the steps toward a cure.

    • Jesus Makes Big Claims

    • Date: Jan 29, 2017
    • Speaker: Tim Chambers
    • John 8:12-59
    • Jesus talks about himself a lot. His astounding claims force us to commit to him radically as the unique Son of God and the only hope for humanity or to conclude that he was seriously messed up. We look at twelve claims he makes in John 8 and consider their implications. 

    • The Wedding Feast

    • Date: Jan 22, 2017
    • Speaker: Dillon Neely
    • Matthew 22:1-14
    • Jesus tells a parable about a king who prepares royal wedding feast to celebrate the marriage of his son. The first round of invitations goes out, but the messengers are rejected and nobody RSVPs. What can we learn about the kingdom of God from this story? How does it shape the way we invite others into it, and how might we expect the invitation to be received?

    • The Light of the World

    • Date: Jan 15, 2017
    • Speaker: Tim Chambers
    • John 8:12
    • Jesus claimed to be the exclusive and universal light of the world, the light of life, the source of ultimate truth, the standard of reality, and the solution to the darkness, falsehood, ignorance, confusion and death that plague humanity. How does one respond to such a claim?