Guest Preacher Peter Collier teaches on John 4.
Rusty teaches on Easter Sunday about resurrection from the dead by looking at the story of Lazarus:
Rusty continues working through the fruit of the Spirit by focussing on joy. Without joy, we will never obey properly. If we wish to receive joy, then we must give ourselves to Christ and allow his Spirit to fill us!
Rusty takes a look at John 10 and demonstrates that Christ is the supreme provider of our salvation. We are sheep who desperately need a shepherd, and we have been blessed with an incredible shepherd who loves us so much, that he laid down his life for us.
Just as John the Baptist was a voice in the wilderness for Christ, we too have been called to be voices. We cannot save anyone, but we can point people to the one who can. Learn more in this sermon from Rusty Milton.
We all experience suffering. It can be hard, seem unfair, and make us question God’s love for us. But in John 9 Jesus gives us a different expectation about suffering.
Rusty starts Holy week by preaching on Jesus’ teaching right after the triumphant entry. Salvation is promised to all, and even though grace is given freely, it is not cheap.
Right before Jesus went to die on the cross, he spent spent significant time in prayer. In John 17, we learn what he prayed about. He prayed for himself, his disciples, and the believers who would come after him (that’s us!). Today we’ll see Jesus in a completely vulnerable place, and learn much of his love for us and the world.
Rusty teaches on John 15 and explains how we can do nothing without Christ. The secret to bearing fruit in our Christian walk is not trying harder to be better, but resting in Him.
Rusty speaks more about the blind man that Jesus healed. While it is possible to grow in knowledge, but not grow in grace; it is impossible to grow in grace and not grow in knowledge of Christ. Three different groups learn that the man was given sight, but only the man himself truly believed!