The Gospel of John

“Wrapped in Cloths” – John 11 – Christmas Day

Christmas Sunday, December 25, 2011 It’s hard to imagine God being born, God being cold and needing to be wrapped in cloths to stay warm, but that’s exactly what happened when Jesus was born.  It’s the greatest gift ever, wrapped in cloths.  When does the gift get unwrapped for us?  Listen to Pastor Seabaugh speak … Read more

“Spiritual Sight” – John 9

Sunday, December 11, 2011 John chapter 9 is one extended story of a man who was born blind, healed by Jesus on a Sabbath day and then has many interesting encounters with friends and religious leaders.  But this is less a story about physical blindness than spiritual blindness.  Listen to how the Light of the … Read more

“True Freedom” – John 8

Sunday, December 4, 2011 What is the definition of freedom?  What does it truly mean to be free?  In America, we link freedom to our inalienable rights: life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.  Is that true freedom, or does the Bible present us with an even greater freedom? Readings: Isaiah 49:5-10, Romans 6:13-23, John 8:31-36 … Read more

“Hide and Seek” – John 7

Sunday, November 27, 2011 Ever play hide and seek with a two year old?  It’s more likely you played hide and seek while the two year old played hide and reveal!  Jesus also has a knack for playing hide and reveal… especially while everyone else plays hide and seek. Readings: Psalm 27, Ephesians 3:1-12, John 7:25-52 … Read more

“Nothing Wasted” – John 6

Stewardship Sunday, November 13, 2011 It was remarkable.  Jesus had just fed about 20,000 people and there were 12 baskets left over.  Jesus turns to his disciples and lets them know that they should, “Let nothing be wasted.”  But what’s in the basket?  Bread and fish?  Or is it the only thing that will ever … Read more

“I Heard for Myself” – John 4

Sunday, October 23, 2011 When we read the story of the Samaritan woman at the well, the last thing we expect this woman to be is a witness to Jesus.  Yet, that’s exactly what she becomes.  What is your witness?  What is your testimony?  It doesn’t have to be complicated.  Listen to Vicar Lusienie Fofana … Read more