In this final message in the His Story sermon series, we wrap things up in a different way. Rather than see how the Bible points to Jesus, we ask “How does your story point to Jesus?” To answer that question, we look at the story of a woman in John 4 and then hear from five Jesus-followers who reveal how their story really does point to Jesus.
Ever seen a Magic Eye picture? It looks like a mess on the surface, but if you peer through it, you see something entirely different – a 3D image inside the picture.
The Book of Revelation is somewhat similar. On the surface, it appears to first be apocalyptic literature all about the end of the world. But as you peer deeper, you discover that it first points to Jesus.
Listen in to discover at least four ways that the Book of Revelation shows us Jesus in its pages, and in the process actually encourages you rather than scare or confuse you.
The Epistles in the New Testament are letters written to individuals and churches to help them follow Jesus. Listen in as we look at 1 John 2:1-14 to learn the four things the Epistles can do for those whose faith is in Jesus.
Sometimes in life, we see, hear, or experience an event, and yet somehow we misunderstand the truth. For instance, you might meet an incredibly tall athletic-looking man and assume he plays basketball. Yet the reality might be that he hates sports and actually has an affinity for the fine arts.
Well, something similar has happened to Americans’ view of church. Because of our experiences, we have created definitions of what a church is, and yet we misunderstand what it truly is.
So as you listen in to this message from Pastor Erin Bird, be prepared to have your definition of church challenged – which will help you understand more clearly what it means to follow Jesus.