We continue teaching through the gospel of John with a new series: Come and See.

February 12th: John 1:19-28

February 19th: John 1:29-34

February 26th: John 1:35-42

March 5th: John 1:43-51

March 12th: John 2:1-11

March 19th: John 2:12-22

March 26th: John 2:23-25

April 2nd: John 3:1-8

April 9th: John 3:9-15


Grace Orlando: 9:15 & 10:45a

Grace Oviedo: 9:15 & 10:45a

Grace Clermont: 10a

Grace Winter Garden: 10a

Grace Edgewood: 3p (Jan 8, 11, 22, and Feb 5; no service Jan 29)

Grace Lake Nona: 5p

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People scream for more love, but do we seem more loving? People cry for safety, but do we seem more secure? Are we working together or splitting apart into fragments? Are people more patient? More content? More tolerant? Happier? Do we care more for our neighbors — even when we disagree? We are far from who we say we want to be.

The fabric of our society is stretched farther than it’s been in a long time. What to believe, how to act, and where to place our allegiances are among the most important discourses of our day.

This makes our study of the book of John a timely one. This gospel was written in the latter part of the first century, in a time of similar cultural upheaval. Christians lived under persecution from the State, and new Jewish believers in Jesus fought over whether to stay with the synagogue or go with the new Church.

This gospel was John’s answer to his century’s problems of identity and allegiance.

Senior Pastor Mike Adkins, from the series Sermon Guide