Messages on John
Pastor Brent Clark interviews Melissa Dale with Celebrate Recovery at Lutheran Church of Hope in West Des Moines about the impact of COVID-19 on addiction and how there is help and hope for any dealing with habits, hurts, or hangups. Ashworth@Home As you meet as Ashworth@Home groups or maybe just have conversations with friends and neighbors about the new normal we are all facing, here are some questions you can use to have a spiritual discussion. DISCUSSION GUIDE TO CONTINUE…
Pastors Brent and Ryan discuss the questions Jesus was asked about why he and his disciples were not observing the Sabbath and how the legalism of the Sabbath isn’t what is important but finding rest is.
Pastor Brent looks at three gospels to see three questions surrounding the empty tomb.
Pastor Brent wraps up the We Are Ashworth series by looking at how unity is the glue that holds the church together, and how the unity of the church can be a powerful witness to our divided world.
Pastor Brent continues looking at what makes the church the church and how connecting with God in community is what distinguishes the church from every other organization.
Pastor Brent looks at John 1 to see how the incarnation of Christ is crucial to the essence of Christmas.
Pastor Brent Clark explores the half-truth that God does desire his children to be happy, because God also desires for them so much more.
Pastor Brent looks at how we are seduced by status and how we can overcome the seduction of status by following Jesus’ example of humble service as seen in John 13.
Pastor Ryan shares how Jesus’ last prayer for all his followers were that we would be united as one and how we can practically live that out every day.
Pastor Brent wraps up the I Am series by look at Jesus final I Am statement in John 15 and what it means that Jesus is the vine and how we are to remain in him.
Pastor Brent Clark looks at the miracle of the resurrection of Lazarus from the dead to see how Jesus as the resurrection and the life affirms God’s loves for us and help us get beyond our “if onlys” when we see the resurrection is more than an event, when we see the resurrection is a person, Jesus Christ, as found in John 11:1-44.
Pastor Ryan looks at what it means for Jesus to call himself the Good Shepherd and how we too should be good shepherds of those in our care. Part 4 of 6 of the I Am Jesus series.