Marty Solomon looks at Jesus as the true vine and this statement’s connections with Dionysius, challenging us to choose the deeper of the two joys battling for our loyalty.
Aaron Couch looks at Jesus as the Way, the Truth, and the Life, drawing out the connections this phrase had in Jesus’s context. He reminds us that true life and fulfillment only happen when we are living out the purpose God has called us to.
If you’d like to watch the NextGen Summer Camps video Aaron refers to in this message, you can find it at https://vimeo.com/137079721.
Aaron Couch takes a deeper look at the myth of Asclepius this week, contrasting it with Jesus as the Resurrection and the Life. In doing so, Aaron challenges us to see Jesus in the midst of the pain in our lives, offering His hope, freedom, and love.
Marty Solomon continues the conversation from last week by talking about Jesus as the good shepherd, contrasting the abundant life Jesus calls us to with the so-called “good life” the world tells us to pursue.
Marty Solomon talks about Janus, Jesus, and The Door, inviting us to embrace transitions and new beginnings as we trust the story God is telling with our lives.
Aaron Couch looks at what Jesus meant when He called Himself “the light of the world,” challenging us to know and understand His words more as we engage the culture around us.
Aaron Couch starts off our new series, The 7 Great I Ams, by looking at what Jesus meant when He told His followers, “I am the bread of life.”