Encounter(ing) God // Son
In this next section of our Encountering God series, we’re looking at the person of Jesus. Our goal is to reveal the truth of Jesus, through the I AM statements of Jesus, so we can encounter Jesus.
Encounter(ing) God // Son – Part 9
Pastor Rob Rogers | July 7, 2019
With Part 9, we conclude the Son portion of Encounter(ing) God and will start the Spirit next week. Today Pastor Rob unpacks the last of Jesus’ I AM statements – I am the Vine. We discuss the spiritual proof of a branch that bears fruit, the necessity of the pruning process for growth, and the spiritual power that comes from staying connected to the true Vine, Jesus.
Encounter(ing) God // Son – Part 8
Pastor Steve Berger | June 23, 2019
Jesus said to him, I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me (John 14:6). In Part 8 of Encounter(ing) God // Son, Pastor Steve unpacks this outrageous and amazing claim from Jesus. The “all-inclusive narrowness” of Jesus is that while He came and died for absolutely every single person, there is only one way for man to enter into right relationship with God…through Jesus.
Encounter(ing) God // Son – Part 7
Pastor Steve Berger | June 16, 2019
Pastor Steve is back in the pulpit and speaking on Jesus’ statement about Himself – I am the Resurrection and the Life (John 11:25,26). We unpack these two verses by looking at the Person who made this claim, the Promise of the claim, and the Power behind this claim.
Encounter(ing) God // Son – Part 6
Pastor Steve Berger | June 2, 2019
As a continuation of last week’s message, Pastor Steve unpacks 10 more ways we encounter Jesus as our Good Shepherd in Psalm 23. Our Good Shepherd calls us by name, owns us as His prized possession, knows us, goes before us, satisfies us, gives us rest, restores us, leads us in Righteousness, calms and composes us, accompanies us, comforts us, prepares and preserves us, anoints us, overflows us with blessings, and assures us that we will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.
Encounter(ing) God // Son – Part 5
Pastor Steve Berger | May 26, 2019
Pastor Steve is back in the pulpit for Encounter(ing) God // Son – Part 5 where he teaches on Jesus’ statement, I Am the Good Shepherd. This week we talk about five ways we encounter Jesus as our Good Shepherd and will conclude this message next week. The five ways we encounter the Good Shepherd is that He calls us by name, He owns us, He knows us, He leads us/goes before us, and He satisfies us.
Encounter(ing) God // Son – Part 4
Pastor Rob Rogers | May 19, 2019
Over the past several weeks, we’ve been looking at the “I AM” statements of Jesus found throughout John’s gospel. In Part 4 of our series, Pastor Rob covers Jesus’ statement – I am the door (John 10:7-10). We look at three specific areas that relate to this claim Jesus makes about Himself: 1) The Religious Opposition, 2) The “Exclusive” Objection, and 3) The Open Invitation.
Encounter(ing) God // Son – Part 3
Pastor Rob Rogers | May 12, 2019
Pastor Rob continues the Son section of Encounter(ing) God with statements that Jesus makes about Himself. In Part 3, we specifically look at His statement, I Am the Light of the World. Pastor Rob details the power of light, the person of light, and the people of light. Because of Jesus, we are to be people that bring hope and life into every relationship, every interaction, every environment, every community, every workplace, and every conversation.
Encounter(ing) God // Son – Part 2
Pastor Rob Rogers | May 5, 2019
In Part 2, Pastor Rob dives into the statement Jesus makes about Himself – I AM THE BREAD OF LIFE. We look at The Claim, The Call, and The Cost with the questions: What are you trading in the Son of God for? What are you looking to be your bread?
Encounter(ing) God // Son - Part 1
Pastor Steve Berger | April 29, 2019
In the introduction to the Son segment of Encounter(ing) God, Pastor Steve looks at the first of 8 “I Am” statements that Jesus made in the book of John. Jesus is One with the Father, He is the Word, revelation, and voice of God to us. Every wonderful, miraculous, compassionate deed Jesus did, He did because the Father showed Him to do it.