• John 8

    John 8 remains one of my favorite passages of scripture as well as an important reminder of the compassion that we should show when dealing with sin and sinners. This passage of scripture starts off with Jesus going to the temple courts to be near the Pharisee’s and religious people...

  • John 7

    John 7 is another story of Jesus making himself known to mankind as the Messiah but also that he is not here for religion but instead to testify the truth. The story is also interesting because if it were up to the Jewish leaders, this would have been their opportunity...

  • John 6

    When looking at John 6, it is important to note that this was toward the peak of Jesus’ ministry. People had heard about Jesus all throughout Judea, Samaria and to the high priests in Jerusalem.  When preparing for the Passover meal with all those people, Jesus shows his messianic powers...

  • John 5

    I decided to take a week of from the blog considering I was preaching on John 4 the upcoming Sunday (yesterday). I thought it would be neat to pick up this weeks’ blog starting right after Jesus’ encounter with the Samaritan woman. Starting this week with John 5, we see...

  • John 4

    Still today in 2020, there is division among people groups and cultures all around the world. John 4 directly confronts all of these issues head on. With Jesus passing through Samaria, Jesus meets a Samaritan woman at the well welling for water. While there, Jesus asks for a drink of...

  • John 3 Blog

    “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believe in him, should not perish but ever lasting life” (John 3:16). We’ve all heard the verse as it’s one of the most popular verses in all of scripture. What sometimes we fail to remember...

  • John 2 Blog

    John 2 brings us into the messianic, divine ministry of Jesus as he preforms his first miracle in turning water into wine. Something that is often forgotten or even misunderstood is that, this wasn’t a cup or glass of water but instead it was a whole 20-30 gallons! Imagine yourself...

  • Pastor Troy’s John 1 Blog

    The first chapter in the Gospel of John can often be split up into three sections. Verses 1-18 can be referred as the “origins of the word”. Verses 19-34  can be referred as “the commission or testimony of John the Baptist”. Lastly, verses 35-51 are “the calling of the disciples”....