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The Book of John (pt.1) - The Word Became flesh
John’s gospel is aimed at anyone who either wants to deepen their faith in Jesus or honestly wants to take a closer look at the person of Christ. John does this in a way that is different from the other three Gospel accounts. John’s Gospel is distinct and helps us to better understand who Jesus is. The apostle John shares why he writes his account: “But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name” (John 20:31). John proclaims that Jesus was around before the beginning of time and at just the right time he enters into our world. In this year-long sermon series on the book of John may you know and experience the living Word who became flesh so that you may believe and have life in Him.
The faithfulness of god
This month we will be having a pastoral transition with Pastor Jeff retiring from New Joy's Lead Pastor roll and Pastor Dave moving from Associate Pastor into the Lead Pastor roll. Pastor Jeff and his wife, Karen, will be sharing their final words with the congregation the first 3 Sundays of the month. Pastor Dave's installation as Lead Pastor will be the final Sunday of the month. Through it all we are focusing on and celebrating the amazing, unchanging, never-ending faithfulness of our God!
When it comes to the Christmas season, what comes to mind? Songs? Decorations? Gifts? Holiday feasts? All of these things are great, but they do not bring the freedom and joy that was promised long ago when the Prophet Isaiah said, "For to us a child is born, to us a son is given..." This advent we will be exploring God's redemptive grace that was promised long ago and delivered to us when Jesus was born in Bethlehem. Join us this month as we open our hearts to Christmas grace!
The Fruit of the Spirit: The book of galatians
What is it like to follow Jesus Christ, not by our strength but by God's power? What kind of help from God can we look forward to on our spiritual journey? How do we deal with struggles with sin, belonging, self-doubt, past religious impressions that may or may not be true? How should we help others who are struggling spiritually? Beyond all this, what is our true identity as a child of God? This fall we will be exploring these and other real-life issues that challenge our faith with our series: The Fruit of the Spirit - The Book of Galatians.
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