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Final Words for Following Jesus

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Final Words for Following Jesus

Before his death and resurrection (John 18-21), Jesus knew he needed to prepare his disciples. They had been connected with him through his physical presence, but in his final conversation with them (John 13-17) Jesus wanted to prepare them for what was about to happen, help them understand the meaning of it, and teach them how they can remain connected with him afterwards. In order to remain connected with him, they needed to commit to him and he would send the Holy Spirit to them. Like them, we can be connected to Jesus through committing to him and receiving the Holy Spirit.

April 28, 2019

How Jesus Restores Us When We Fail

Speaker: Mitchel Kirchmeyer Series: Final Words for Following Jesus Passage: John 21:1–21:25

April 21, 2019

Jesus Is Alive!

Speaker: Mitchel Kirchmeyer Series: Final Words for Following Jesus Passage: John 20:1–20:31

April 14, 2019

The Truth on Trial

Speaker: Mitchel Kirchmeyer Series: Final Words for Following Jesus Passage: John 18:1–19:42

April 7, 2019

Jesus' Will for Your Life

Speaker: Mitchel Kirchmeyer Series: Final Words for Following Jesus Passage: John 17:1–17:26

March 31, 2019

Living for Jesus in a World That Hates Him

Speaker: Mitchel Kirchmeyer Series: Final Words for Following Jesus Passage: John 16:1–16:33

March 24, 2019

The Love of Jesus and the Hate of the World

Speaker: Mitchel Kirchmeyer Series: Final Words for Following Jesus Passage: John 15:1–16:4b

March 17, 2019

Jesus Is the Way to Relationship with God

Speaker: Mitchel Kirchmeyer Series: Final Words for Following Jesus Passage: John 13:31–14:31

March 3, 2019

Jesus Is the Most Loving Servant

Speaker: Mitchel Kirchmeyer Series: Final Words for Following Jesus Passage: John 13:1–13:30