1 John Sermon Series


1 John 5:6-12

As John continues to remind believers of the assurance of their salvation, he uses a court analogy to call 3 witnesses to the stand to testify to who Jesus is. Tune in to find out who those witnesses are.

1 John 5:1-5

Jesus says that his burden is light. John says that God's commands are not burdensome. That doesn't mean that the Christian life is easy. What makes the burden light? How does a Jesus follower have victory? Tune in to find out.

1 John 4:13-21

John continues to develop the theme of Christian assurance. A Christian should have no fear of judgement, because according to John, "perfect love casts out fear."

1 John 4:7-12

God's love for humanity is a love that is self-sacrificing, initiating, and non-reciprocal; and He expects his followers to love others in the exact same way.

1 John 3:19-4:6

One of John's themes in the letter known as 1 John relates to the confidence that a follower of Christ has in their relationship to God. This assurance is not based on a feeling of security, but on the fact of God's grace toward all believers.

1 John 3:11-18

Dale Cornett brings the message this week our of first John. Are you a murderer?

1 John 2:28-3:10

This week, Nate Wheeler brings us the message from 1 John. Be sure to tune in.

1 John 2:18-27

Join us as we look briefly at 3 of the most discussed topics in the Christian faith; anointing, end times, and the antichrist. What does John have to say to us about these topics?

1 John 2:15-17

John's warning against loving the world is a warning against the world's systems, not a prohibition against loving people in the world. What does worldliness look like? Listen in and find out. You might be surprised.

1 John 2:12-14

A healthy church closely resembles a family, and John uses this type of familial language to encourage believers at different stages of spiritual maturity in their walk with Jesus.

1 John 2:7-11

Listen in as Bruce Wheeler brings the message from 1 John 2:7-11.

1 John 2:1-6

If you've ever wondered whether or not you are a Christian, John can help you answer that question. How do you know if you walk in darkness or light? Find our here.

1 John 1:5-2:1

This week we will look at John's thesis statement for this entire letter; GOD IS LIGHT. John tells us that to have fellowship (relationship) with God, we must "walk in the light." Join us as we explore what it looks like to walk in the light.

1 John 1:1-4

Message on 1 John, 1:1-4. Tune in to get some background on the letter, and find out what John has to tell the church today about fellowship

1 John intro

As we transition from our Believe series into 1 John, Justin explores how John is uniquely qualified to help us understand how to Think, Act, and Be like Jesus.