The first miracle sign Jesus performed was at the wedding feast in Cana. Changing water to wine is a sign of the lavish lifestyle that Jesus offers to all who will drink life from Him, and also symbolizes the cleansing power of the blood of Jesus Christ.
Speaker: Roger Barrier
Scripture: John 2:1-11, John 20:30-31
Topic: The Life of Christ
Parenting changes as our children grow up. Younger children need a directive parenting style. As children approach adolescence, parents transition to the role of coach and mentor. We allow teenagers to test their wings while we look for opportunities to affirm their maturity. Eventually the goal is to be adult friends with our children.
Speaker: Roger Barrier
Scripture: Luke 1:80, Luke 2:40-52, John 2:3-5, John 19:25-27, Proverbs 29:15-17
The key to abundant living is to abide in Christ, to drink of His “living water.” Many see life filled with scarcity, stagnation and misery instead of a life with Jesus marked by abundance, transformation and joy. Joy comes from mourning and comforting our hurts, trusting God with our future and living in the present.
Speaker: Glenn Barteau
Scripture: John 2:1-9, John 10:10, John 7:37, John 15:11, Ephesians 2:4-5
The gospel account of Jesus turning water into wine reveals two important truths. Mary, the mother of Jesus, is a model for evangelism at its best. She simply points to Jesus. The passage also demonstrates Jesus' purpose to reveal His Father's glory so that we can enter God's kingdom of abundance and overflowing grace.
Speaker: John Beeson
Scripture: John 2:1-12
We are created in the image of God...which means we are all innately creative like Him. If you saw Jesus as an Artist, what kind of art would He create? What would be the reflection of the essence of Jesus? Jesus' miracle of turning water into wine shows us His creative power. This is how God works in our lives. This is the creative process, is that God’s not asking you to...
Speaker: Erwin McManus
Scripture: John 2:1-11
The Lamb of God is also the Lion of the Tribe of Judah. When Christ cleansed the Temple, He became furious at the blatant, presumptious sinfulness of God's people. We are God's Temple and must live holy lives.
Speaker: Andy McQuitty
Scripture: John 2:12-25, 1 Corinthians 6:19, Revelation 6:15-17
Topic: Diety of Christ