We’re in a teaching series looking at the “I am” sayings of Jesus. Today’s passage is one of the most controversial statements that Jesus made – that he is the Way, the Truth and the Life, and that nobody comes to the Father except by him. Is that something we can really take seriously in [ more… ]
Someone once wrote that the vast majority of problems in the Christian life stem from us not reflecting, ruminating, and resting on Christ as our Good Shepherd. That’s the description of himself that we are looking at today, as we continue our series “I Am”.
Sheep rustling is big business in the UK! But that’s nothing new – because that is exactly the problem that Jesus is dealing with in our passage today, and he has a solution to the problem.
Light is so fundamental to our existence, and yet we’re so accustomed to “light on demand” in the West that we take it completely for granted. Many of us are familiar with Jesus’ phrase “I am the light of the world”, but we tend to miss out the surrounding verses and context.
We’re in a series called “I Am”, in which we’re getting to know more about who Jesus was by looking at the claims he made about himself in John’s gospel. Jesus claimed that he was “the bread of life” – what does that mean?
Did you enjoy your pancakes on Tuesday? That’s the annual clue that Lent is here – the season of preparation for Easter. We’re starting a new teaching series for Lent, looking at the “I am” sayings of Jesus. Today, we’re reading the account of a distinctly out-of-the-ordinary meeting between Jesus and a Samaritan woman, when [ more… ]