Genesis Church Carmel công khai
[search 0]
Thêm

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
Time and again, the bible refers to the people of God as sheep. Not a very flattering depiction! However, one reason it is there is to remind us of the fact that we need a shepherd. In John chapter 10, Jesus claims to be the Good Shepherd. In this passage, we see how he wants a relationship with us, how he provides for us, and how he has a heart fo…
 
The world we live in wants to convince us that our eternal worth is determined by how much light we can produce from our own power. But in John chapter 8, Jesus turns that way of thinking upside down. Campus Pastor Jerry Naville explores Jesus' claim that he alone is the true source of light in the world and only that light has the power to push ba…
 
Life happens and sometimes we realize the mess we’ve made. The truth is that we’re all guilty, every single one of us. But that’s where Jesus rushes in. He offers us a way out and a new way to live. Easter reminds us that there really is something amazing about Jesus, the cross, and the empty tomb.Bởi Paul Mumaw
 
In John six a crowd of people ask Jesus a question that we’ve all likely asked at some point in time: “What do we have to do to please God?” His initial response was pretty simple and straightforward, but it was the explanation of his response that left them wondering if they really wanted to follow him anymore.…
 
After feeding 5,000 on the hillside, Jesus and His disciples needed to get away. But the disciples ended up in a storm on the middle of a lake. Ever wonder why we end in storms? In today's passage, we'll learn why Jesus let's us experience storms in our lives and how our faith can play a big part in our reaction to them.…
 
In John chapter 4, Jesus goes back to Cana and has a chance encounter with a royal official from Herod’s court. He begs Jesus to heal his son, who is back home at Capernaum. Jesus is able to do at a distance what medicine couldn’t do at arm’s length, and his whole family become followers of Jesus and become involved in his ministry! We, too, can be…
 
Whether we realize it or not, we are all searching for something that will satisfy our deepest desires. Jerry Naville teaches from John chapter 4, when Jesus has an encounter with a woman who is looking for water to drink, but instead finds eternal satisfaction for our soul. As a result her entire community is transformed! Jesus offers that same sa…
 
Do you ever wish that you could have a do-over? Maybe you keep messing up that project at work, or you just find yourself coming up short time and time again? Kevin Russell preaches a powerful message from John 3, when Jesus had a conversation with a man who thought he was doing everything right, yet Jesus told him that he needed a new start…a new …
 
In John 2, we find a story about Jesus making a whip and clearing the temple courts, driving out money-changers and those taking advantage of the poor. What is the modern-day equivalent to Jesus’s cleansing of the temple? Since our bodies are now the temple of the Holy Spirit, we need to ask: What does Jesus need to clean out of my life?…
 
There are so many things from life to enjoy. But when we make the things of this world our ULTIMATE source of joy, we are bound to be disappointed. But the truth of this story, and the message that we believe John wants us to see, is that Jesus changes everything. No matter what you go through in life, Jesus is what you need. He’s our source of joy…
 
When it comes to knowing God and growing in our relationship with him, we all want to know how to take a next step. In John chapter 1 we learn how Jesus met his first followers, but we also find a pathway for spiritual growth that is meant to serve as a repeating pattern in our lives that can help us grow spiritually, and can also guide us as we he…
 
Beholding the Lamb of God is how you begin a relationship with Jesus, and beholding is also how you grow in your relationship with Jesus. When you behold the Lamb of God by faith for the very first time, you can experience his love and forgiveness as you enter an eternal life-giving relationship with God. But you can experience the love of God and …
 
In the opening verses to his gospel, John shares a message of hope that anyone can become a child of God through faith in Jesus…the problem is that there are a few challenges that we allow to stand in our way to fully receiving that promise. Join Jerry Naville as he shares from the book of John in our series called "Grow".…
 
When we think of the Christmas story we tend to think of the long awaited fulfillment of Old Testament prophecies of a virgin giving birth to a baby in Bethlehem. But Revelation 12 tells another version of the Christmas story that helps explain why the world we are living in feels so dark! Thankfully, scripture reminds us that Jesus came that first…
 
Imagine what could happen, if we embraced and began to display the joy that can only be found through Jesus Christ. It would be unlike anything people have ever seen. They would come from far and wide just to see what that kind of joy is all about! Jerry Naville continues our journey through the Bible as we study from the book of Jude.…
 
What exactly is faith? It’s easy to think of faith as something that we believe to be true or possible in our minds, but according to the writer of Hebrews it's much more than that! Carmel campus pastor, Jerry Naville, teaches that faith is more than a belief or a state of mind that we work ourselves into. True faith has substance that translates t…
 
Do you ever struggle in your faith? Does your faith ever feel weak? You’re not alone. In 2 Timothy, Paul writes to his son in the faith, Timothy, who is struggling in his faith. Paul encourages Timothy by reminding him of his faith story and the story of the gospel. He calls Timothy to fan his faith into flame, and join Paul in the work of sharing …
 
Have you ever felt like something you've believed to be true has been hijacked by misinformation, confusion, or lies? In this message, Jerry Naville shares from the book of Colossians, which the apostle Paul wrote to a group of Christians dealing with corrupted teaching about Jesus. Sometimes we don't need the latest and most popular teaching. We j…
 
Loading …

Hướng dẫn sử dụng nhanh

Google login Twitter login Classic login