Sermons on John
Mike continues walking through New Ground’s Core Values in discussing “Curious Together.” Connect with us at https://www.newgroundchurch.org
Mike concludes our series talking about how the Resurrection shows up every day.
v. Emmett Brown continues where he left off last week on starting 2022 well.
Mike concludes our series reflecting on the good news always extending grace as a first posture.
When situations and relationships seem so broken there can be no return, how does God enter into that? Join us as Mike walks through one of the most fundamental and essential pieces of the Good News, that the Gospel redeems what is broken.
Jesus consistently went to others and invited them to the Table. What does this look like in our daily lives? Join us as Mike walks through how the Good News always invites others to a table.
As a follower of Jesus, we are bearers of good news. Part of that good news is helping others know their identity as image bearers of God, regardless of their beliefs. It also empowers others to live into the salvation life. Mike walks through how treating other humans with dignity and empowering them is part of the good news of Jesus!
Many churches and Christians organization talk about sharing the gospel as presenting a set of propositions, usually that can be highlighted on a napkin or book. Mike walks through how the good news necessitates long-term relationships to reflect the good news of Jesus.
Mike starts a new series on “Reflecting the Gospel” as we talk about our posture on mission. To talk about reflecting the gospel, we have to talk about what it is! Mike walks through the holistic view of the gospel, which is way beyond a ticket to a better afterlife.
While it may be hard to admit, many of us have went through a lot more trauma than we realize the last year and half. Rachel asks some honest questions on how we love ourselves and others well in the midst of ours and others trauma.
How does the resurrection even matter today? We end our Lenten series by talking about how Jesus rose from the ashes with miraculous power that we still see all around us each day. Join us as we conclude our “Rising from the Ashes” series on Easter Sunday!
Grace. It’s a “churchy” word. And many times, those in church think it’s only found in the New Testament. Mike walks through God’s grace in Exodus, and also talks about how many of Jesus’ closest followers were thugs. Grace’s demand is not a burden, but a blessing.
Mike talks about experiences and seasons as part of the church’s calling. He challenges how we usually look to only one season, but miss all of the others as part of connecting to our divine purpose.
Emmett Brown reflects on the most memorized verse in the Bible, an whether we have thought through what is says about God, his posture toward us, and how we should be toward others.
Mike continues our series on dialogue examining righteous anger, as we examine Jesus’ shocking episode in the Temple driving out the merchants and moneychangers, and how we all too often justify our anger as righteous that might not be rooted in God’s goodness.
Join us, as special guest Dan Ghramm teaches us the value of making the jump to missional living.