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Jesus Doesn’t Make Sense

In this series, Pastor Jon looks at Jesus’ miracle of turning water into wine—which helps us understand God’s actions in our lives.

Who is God?

Jesus Doesn’t Make Sense: Why Is He Generous to Me?

Why does God love us when he knows all we’ve done? Why does he continue to be generous with us? In this series, Pastor Jon looks at Jesus’ miracle of turning water into wine—and how it helps us understand God’s actions in our lives.

Life’s Challenges

Jesus Doesn’t Make Sense: Why Is He Asking Me to Do This?

There are times when life is filled with pain, anxiety, and stress. And yet, Jesus asks us to do things that don’t make sense. Why? In this series, Pastor Jon looks at Jesus’ miracle of turning water into wine—and how it helps us understand God’s actions in our lives.

Life’s Challenges

Jesus Doesn’t Make Sense: Where Is He When I Need Him?

Does it feel like God’s timing just doesn’t make sense? If we’re waiting for God to intervene when we need him most and yet nothing happens, it’s easy to feel forgotten. In this series, Pastor Jon looks at Jesus’ miracle of turning water into wine—and how it helps us understand God’s actions in our lives.

Friends & Family

Jesus Doesn’t Make Sense: It’s OK to Disrespect Your Mom?

Sometimes there are things in the Bible that don’t make sense. So how do we read these confusing passages? Particularly this one where Jesus calls his mother, “Woman”? In this series, Pastor Jon looks at Jesus’ miracle of turning water into wine—and how it helps us understand God’s actions in our lives.

Life’s Challenges

Jesus Doesn’t Make Sense: Why Didn’t He Stop This?

When things go wrong, we wonder why God didn’t stop the problems before they happened. Pastor Jon says plans WILL fail, but that also means there will be opportunities. In this series, Pastor Jon looks at Jesus’ miracle of turning water into wine—and how it helps us understand God’s actions in our lives.