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Series: Skin Deep

Skin Deep
Messages in Skin Deep
Getting Under Your Skin
Jon Weece — March 26, 2017

Jesus had a conversation with one of the smartest men of his day—a man named Nicodemus. And it was obvious that Jesus was trying to bother him in a good way. Jesus had a way of turning intellectual arrogance into humble pie.

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Skin in the Game
Jon Weece — April 2, 2017

Jesus came to destroy the barriers that separate us from God and from each other. Sometimes those barriers are put up by other people and their perceptions about our race, gender, or qualifications. Other times, we put those barriers up ourselves because of our own sin. As we'll learn from the Samaritan woman, when Jesus destroys the barriers of sin and shame in your life, you can't help but tell everyone about it!

Dan Hamel — April 9, 2017

Mary felt comfortable enough to touch Jesus. It says more about Jesus than we realize. He is more than a name and more than a statue. Jesus was God in the flesh. A man we can relate to and worship all in one.

Scar Tissue
Jon Weece — April 16, 2017

After his resurrection from the dead, Jesus appeared to a variety of people who offered a variety of responses. Thomas needed proof that it really was Jesus and a few scars did the job.

Skin Deep

In his book about Jesus, John doesn’t write anything about the birth of Jesus, the Sermon on the Mount, his temptation or his parables. Instead, John focuses on the reality that God came in the flesh. His writing is about the intimacy and proximity of God, thus he writes about Jesus’ extraordinary interactions with ordinary people. In this series we will take an in-depth look at the people Jesus talked with and the life he invited them into.

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