Sermons on John

Ryan Millar

Peter Restored

Pastor Ryan Millar shares three key truths found in John 21:15-19 that should encourage the Church today: 1) Love for God is the mark of a true believer, 2) Love for God is inseparable from obedience to God, and 3) The primary work of pastors is tending to God’s sheep.

D.R. Randle

The Catch

As John begins to close out his account of Jesus’ life, he shares one last post-resurrection event that has sometimes been allegorized to the point of missing the message Jesus had for His disciples.  In this message, Pastor D.R. Randle explains how Jesus demonstrated His on-going care for His disciples, the diversity of roles among the…

D.R. Randle

The Purpose of John Meets the Person of Thomas

“Don’t be a Doubting Thomas” – even non-Christians are familiar with this phrase.  Pastor D.R. Randle takes a look at the passage in John (20:24-31) that has given rise to this common phrase and considers whether “doubting” is a fair label for Thomas and why John has included this account.

Ryan Millar

John 20:19-23

In John 20:19-23 we read that after Jesus’ crucifixion, the disciples were locked in a room, fearing reprisal from the Jews.  Into this scene the resurrected Jesus came and stood among them bringing them peace, a commission, and power in the Holy Spirit.  Listen in as Pastor Ryan Millar explores the significance of Jesus’ post-resurrection visit, both…

D.R. Randle

The Burial & Resurrection of the Son of God

John’s recording of the events surrounding Jesus’ resurrection includes five interesting people, some well-known and others not so much.  What was the point of John mentioning these five individuals and what should we take away from his account?  Turn to John 19:38 and listen in as D.R. Randle exposits this intriguing passage.

Bobby McCreery

John 19:28-37

When Jesus was crucified He cried out, “It is finished!” and then bowed His head and gave up His spirit.  What did He mean by that and how does it impact the world today?  Listen in as Bobby McCreery explains how Jesus’ crucifixion fulfilled Scripture and completed the work of redemption.

Rod Walls

The Crucifixion of Jesus

Though the religious leaders of the day believed they had eliminated a false prophet by crucifying Him, Rod Walls explains why Jesus’ crucifixion demonstrates that He is the Exalted King, Lover of Souls, and Sacrificial Lamb.

D.R. Randle

John 18:37-19:16

The injustice done to Jesus at the hands of Pontus Pilate is well-known and has long been affirmed by the Church.  However, there are several aspects of this picture that reveal not only what resided in the hearts of His persecutors, but what resides in the hearts of everyone today.  Listen in as Pastor D.R. Randle considers…