We have reached the end of the first “major” section of the Gospel of John — the book of signs. It’s a bit of review, a bit of summary, a bit of a challenge, and as the curtains close, we are left with a decision to make.
the restoration project. Joshua James. 27 October 2019
This week, Josh unloads FIVE preaching points from John’s “version” of the Gethsemane story. (I mean, it’s not really the same as Jesus praying in the Garden, but he’s “troubled.”) Get ready for super practical.
the restoration project. Joshua James. 20 October 2019
This sermon has *everything*: a manuscript, 17 minute description of all the fun stuff that we “aren’t talking about,” some practical stuff for people just barely holding on, and hope.
Jesus is the peaceful King, who comes to give life.
the restoration project. Joshua James. 13 October 2019
We’re back in John, but we’re building on last week’s talk about the “sinful” woman anointing Jesus in Luke 7. John’s account … is much different. It’s a theological retelling that insists we connect some dots with another familiar story in John … something about a servant washing feet …
the restoration project. Joshua James. 6 October 2019
So, this isn’t technically part of our series on John, but it’s linked. All four Gospels include a story of a woman anointing Jesus with a precious ointment. This is Luke’s version. Next week, we’ll look at John’s version. (Spoiler: They are different.)
the restoration project. Suzi Peterson. 29 September 2019