Seeing What Matters — Come and See, Part 6

eyeglasses seen at arms length
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Do miracles happen? Did they ever happen? People reading the Bible sometimes wonder about the miracle stories. How can we take miracles seriously, and what will we learn from them if we do? Pastor Luke looks at John 9 in “Seeing What Matters,” the concluding message in his series “Come and See.”


Nick at Night — Come and See, Part 4

windmill seen from its base
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John 3:16 has been called the entire Gospel in summary form. It answers any number of theological questions about God and Jesus. But it’s not a bumper sticker. It’s something Jesus said to a man named Nicodemus. Why was this message especially relevant to him? What about Nicodemus makes the message so relevant to us today? Pastor Luke looks at John 3:1–21 in “Nick at Night,” part 4 of his 6-part series “Come and See.”

Cleaning House — Come and See, Part 3

Expulsion of the merchants from the temple. 2012. Canvas, oil. 110 x 160. Artist A.N. Mironov
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Jesus did something unimaginably shocking, John tells us, at the beginning of his ministry, when he drove the moneychangers from the Temple. What made him do it? And is this incident just a historical curiosity, or does it still say something about how people should approach God in worship today? Pastor Luke looks at John 2:13–25 in “Cleaning House,” part 3 of his 6-part series “Come and See.”

Come and See, Part 1

John baptizing Jesus
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“What is it you want?” Jesus asked the first people to follow him. What are we looking for? Most of us are looking for something, or feel there’s something maybe we ought to be looking for. Jesus told those first followers they would find what they were seeking – and far more than that. All they needed to do was “come and see.” Pastor Luke teaches from John 1:29–51 in “There He Goes – Come and See, Part 1,” the first message in a new series “Come and See.”

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