|| Chris Armfield || 

In this message, we unearth and explore what the word "greater" meant each time it was used in the Gospel of John.

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|| Chris Armfield ||

In culture, if we don't know something, the human tendency is to remain quiet and to try and make sure that no one else knows that you don't know something. In the kingdom of God, not knowing something and asking questions about it serves as a sign that you know who and whose you are. 

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|| Chris Armfield ||

In the presence of earthly trouble Jesus offers people the present tense reality of His Father's eternal influence in their lives.

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|| Oliver Wong ||

In the Upper Room Jesus was not only announcing his death, but also the death of the Old Covenant Law. Under the law God's people could draw near but never draw close to the Father. What does it mean to live in relationship with the Father and not religion? What does it mean to live in the intimate living room of God?

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|| Oliver Wong ||

At his final meal on earth, Jesus sat down with his closest friends along with his betrayer. In this intimate exchange we see come to see just how Jesus responds to his enemies. 

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|| Chris Armfield ||

If standing above the rest of the crowd was rightfully available, and serving was also an opportunity, which would you choose? Jesus was able to be the most influential human in history, and yet he chose to serve in every opportunity that arose. How might understanding the purpose and drive behind Jesus' words and actions affect how we interact with those around us?

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|| Oliver Wong ||

Jesus' public ministry comes to a close with the results Isaiah prophesied years prior: the Light shined in the darkness but the darkness couldn't comprehend it. Jesus performed many signs yet many didn't believe. 

In this study we look at what causes us to see Jesus and what causes us to miss him, even when he's standing right in front of us. 

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|| Chris Armfield ||

Expectations are part of life. When a person isn't aware of others, or their own expectations, life can become quite difficult. This is true in our relationship with God; expectations matter.

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|| Chris Armfield || 

Trouble is part of living this life, even for faithful followers of Christ. If this is true, what level of comfort can we expect from God in the midst of the troubles we face?

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|| Oliver Wong ||

The Jews and Greeks that flocked to Jesus on Palm Sunday actually had more in common than they thought: they both looked to right king, but wanted to put him on the wrong throne. If you long to see the Kingdom of God, listen in as we unpack this portion of John 12 and see Jesus reveal the true and simple Gospel.

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