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Scripture: 1 John

Fellowship with God


Speaker: John Leconte

Text: 1 John 1:1-2:6

Christian fellowship not only involves the gathering of believers, but we also enter fellowship with God through our faith in the Lord Jesus.

Walking in the Light of Jesus


Speaker: Scott Redd

Text: 1 John 1:5-9

Let the Gospel of Jesus Christ be a light to you when all the lights go out.

Worthy12, Part 1

Become What You Are


Speaker: Dave Brewer

Text: 1 John 2:3-4

God wants us to be sure of our salvation, which is why He gives us tests in 1 John to objectively evaluate our lives by. In the opening message of Worthy 2012, Dave Brewer encouraged the teens to evaluate their life through their obedience to the Word of God. This is the opening message to the "become what you are" theme of the retreat.

Women Passionate for God's Glory, Part 3

A Passion for Holiness: The Life of Frances Ridley Havergal


Speaker: Sharon James

Text: 1 John 1:5-2:6

Frances Ridley Havergal, who was to become one of the best-known Christian writers of the nineteenth century, was born in 1836 in a tiny hamlet in the depths of the Worcestershire countryside in England. She chose to serve as a single woman, and throughout her short life (she died at the age of 42), she was engaged in a range of extraordinarily productive ministries. Her hymn, “Take my life, and let it be consecrated, Lord, to Thee,” sums up the passion of her life.

Adoption: The Heart and Goal of the Gospel, Part 6

Changed Relationships Through Adoption


Speaker: Ben Wikner

Text: 1 John 3:10

As children adopted by God, all our relationships change, including our relationships with other believers, with the world, and with sin and Satan.

Adoption: The Heart and Goal of the Gospel, Part 1

The Significance of the Doctrine


Speaker: Ben Wikner

Text: 1 John 3:1

Adoption is not merely a grand illustration, nor a lofty doctrine, but a profound spiritual reality for believers - the fullest, richest picture of God's eternal purpose.