Culture assumes there are many ways to God--that truth is not exclusive but a matter of sincerity. In this final message of our I AM series, Pastor Carlos walks us through Jesus' statement in John 14, that He is the way, the truth, and the life. Is Jesus really the only way to salvation? Watch the replay of this message to be reminded that we have a merciful God who offers us a way to Him.
Doors can represent many powerful things, like security. Or privacy. Rejection. Rest. We walk through many doors over the course of our life, but what if there was one door that surpasses them all? That spans the test of time?
The Bible often refers to us as sheep. It's a sobering criticism as sheep are not the smartest animals on the farm. Yet sheep can be trained to listen to their shepherd's voice. In this next message in our I AM series, Pastor Skyler walks us through Jesus' statement in John 10 that He is the Good Shepherd. Do you recognize the voice of your shepherd? We are all in need of shepherding. You'll be reminded that because Jesus is the Good Shepherd, you are never alone.
You've either been there or you will be. You face a devastating situation that you didn't see coming and you don't know what to do. It's at times like that when we can find ourselves questioning God.
Who is this Jesus? Whether someone is a follower of Christ and wants to know their Savior more deeply or are just checking out the faith, "Who is Jesus?" is a core question.
We continue our "I Am" summer series, looking at the "I Am" statements that Jesus made about himself in the gospels. In this message, Pastor Carlos explores the statement "I am the light of the world" from John 8.
When you know who Jesus is, you see who He's calling you to be. Jesus used the analogy of bread — a common, daily necessity in that time and culture — to explain how He sustains and satisfies people. You become what you consume, so come to the table and feast on the Bread of Life.
When feelings drive our lives, it’s easy to get derailed. In the middle of an emotionally charged week, Jesus spoke truth to help His followers stay on track. When we learn what it means to abide in Jesus, we will live, grow, and bear fruit.