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God's grace and kindness come first - he always takes the first step, reaching out to men and women with open arms and a forgiving heart. The gospel of John is shot through with encounters where Jesus demonstrates God's willingness to act first - to help precipitate the start of a friendship with people from every walk of life. Come and marvel at God's generosity!

Part 1: The Wedding Guest; A gentle rebuke, A symbolic act, A right response

by David Keene January 4, 2015 10:30am

John 2:1-12

This miracle performed in Cana of Galilee, is the first of 7 signs which John describes in his gospel. A sign points to a deeper truth beyond itself. John's readers are pointed towards a mind-blowing conclusion: Jesus has the same power over nature that God showed during creation.

Part 2: Jesus & the Samaritan Woman

by David Fowler January 18, 2015 10:30am

John 4: 1-26

The Son of God takes time out to talk to a cultural outcast. The gospel is declared to be for all humankind.

Part 3: Jesus Heals the Officials Son

by David Fowler January 25, 2015 10:30am

John 4.46-54

The all encompassing power of God is revealed as a child is healed by Jesus command – but without even meeting Jesus.

Part 4: Jesus feeds the 5000

by David Fowler February 1, 2015 10:30am

John 6: 1-15

Take the little you have to Jesus and watch him transform the situation. 5000+ people feast on five small loaves and two fish.

Part 5: Light in the Darkness

by Tom Ward February 15, 2015 10:30am

John 9: 1-12

In this message Tom Ward highlights three dark areas where Jesus shines light into in John 9 and the implications for today

Part 6: Believe to bring back the dead to life

by Dave Oakley February 22, 2015 10:30am

John 11: 1-44

By looking at the Bible story of Jesus raising Lazarus from from the dead we shall examine the role of belief in seeing if things, circumstances or relationships that are dead in our lives can be raised back to life. Belief in the story of Lazarus is very important and involves asking tough questions, affirming theological truth, taking action and being assured of God's involvement in the whole process. This kind of active belief in the resurrection life of Jesus will be applied for our situation today.