Jesus Through the Eyes of John

This message in the "Jesus Through the Eyes of John" series was presented at Mosaic's Little Rock campus

  • John 21:1-25 - No Turning Back

    Have you ever been tempted to take two steps back after taking one step forward? It's easier to return to a place of familiarity, ease, or even sin. It's the place called "default," and it beckons us! Right after the greatest event in history, the disciples returned to a familiar place as well, but were met at the seashore with encouragement to move forward -- no turning back!

  • John 20:1-23

    The Easter 2016 message from Mosaic's Little Rock campus features Mark DeYmaz on March 27, 2016.

  • John 19:17-42 - Victory Cry

    From the cross of Calvary, Jesus shouted a victory cry when He declared "it is finished". That statement summarized the central purpose of Jesus' mission and the central message of God's story in human history.

  • John 18:28-19:16 - Manipulative Machinations

    Christ is put on trial and declared guilty, though the governing authorities can find no fault in Him. The Jews thought they were manipulating Pilate, but little did they know that they were playing right into God’s purposeful hand. Pastor Harry teaches the dynamics that were going on as Pilate officially signs off on Jesus' death warrant.

  • John 18:1-27 - Stand Down

    Often when we feel betrayed, attacked or hurt, our reaction tends to be retaliation. But Jesus shows us an even greater way, resulting in an impact that can last for eternity.

  • John 17:20-23 - One for the Sake of the Gospel

    In this message you will come to understand why Christ envisioned the multiethnic church on the night before He died, and why such churches must be established today in order to advance a credible witness of God's love for all people in an increasingly diverse society

  • John 17:1-19 - That They May Be One

    In this message, Pastor Harry Li discusses the definition of oneness and it's characteristics as stated by Jesus Christ in John 17.

  • John 16:5-33 - Anxiety & the Victory of Christ

    Pastor Chuck Eastman explains that feelings of anxiety, loneliness, and uncertainty are common for the human experience. And Jesus speaks to his disciples about these feelings and has provided a way for us to have an unshakable peace and joy rooted in His decisive Victory on the cross.

  • John 15:18-27 - Three Marks of a Disciple

    Learn the three marks of a disciple as taught by Christ, Himself. Also, you'll see what it means to ask for whatever you wish and have it done for you, and what to expect as you follow in the footsteps of the One that changed everything.

  • John 15:1-17 - Always Connected

    We are all connected to something or someone in a way that directs our lives. But, how often do our connections give up on us? In John 15, we learn Jesus wants us to be connected to Him in a way that is life-giving and purposeful!

  • John 14:13-31 - Praying in Jesus Name

    Pastor Harry Li explores the connection between prayer and love.

  • John 14:1-12

    This message was presented on January 2, 2016 at Mosaic's Little Rock Campus

  • John 13:18-38 - Love in Motion

    Pastor Chuck Eastman continues in the Gospel of John by closing out chapter 13 explaining how the Cross of Christ puts the community of Christ into Motion. Jesus makes it clear that the cross is the place where he will be fully glorified and through it, He shows His people what it truly means to love and be loved. This message was presented on November 29, 2015 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • John 13:1-20

    This message was presented on November 15, 2015 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • John 12:37-50 - The Miracle of Belief

    The greatest miracle God shows to the world is when a "wretch" will believe and follow Jesus and produce the fruit ...

  • John 12:20-36 - The Hour Has Come

    In this message, Pastor Mark explains just what Christ has in mind for the final week of His earthy life: the Son of Man will be glorified and bring judgment to the world. Like Him, we have been called to follow His example in living today with tomorrow in mind, in dying to self that others might live, in surrendering our own will to the Father's will. In so doing we find honor in this life, reward in the life to come. Are you willing to go with Him to the cross?

  • John 12:1-19 - Greatest Message Never Preached

    After a stirring and powerful spoken word presentation from Kerrie Joy, Pastor Harry Li simply gave an invitation to those who were convicted by the Holy Spirit. After a time of prayer, pastor Harry gave a synopsis of John 12:1-19 the passage he was supposed to preach

  • John 11:38-57 - Our Sovereign God

    As we finish our look at John, chapter 11, there is an amazing story of Caiaphas, who prophesied without knowing what he was doing. In this message, Pastor Harry Li talks about God’s sovereign nature and how we can trust in Him for our own good, especially when He asks us to let go of all that we are. This message was presented on September 27, 2015 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • John 10

    In John, chapter 10, Jesus continues to use metaphors and parables to speak the truth of God. Pastor Mark DeYmaz helps us consider all that's behind Jesus' use of several metaphors that have become familiar to us. And this very real conflict between Jesus and the Pharisees continues to escalate and create division. The words of Jesus are light and truth. This message was presented on September 6, 2015.

  • John 9:1-41 - Spiritual Blindness

    In this message covering John 9, pastor Harry Li reads the chapter like a play with six acts, each serving as poignant reminders of the dangers of hypocrisy both as believers and unbelievers. This message was presented to the Little Rock campus on August 30, 2015.

  • John 8:39-59 - Who's Your Father?

    Pastor Mark DeYmaz continues the Jesus Through the Eyes of John series at Mosaic's Little Rock campus on August 23, 2015.

  • John 8:21-30 - Seeking, Searching and Stuck

    Pastor Chuck Eastman asks, "Did Jesus really say that it's possible to seek him and not find Him?" Why did Jesus say that; and if he meant it, then how do genuine seekers encounter God and come to know Him? John 8:21-30 attempts to work through this tension and point us to God's beautiful plan for redemption. This message was presented at Mosaic's Little Rock campus on August 9, 2015.

  • John 8:12-20 - The Light of the World

    In John 8:12-20, Jesus talks about being the Light of the World. Pastor Harry Li elaborates on what that means and how we can use definitions of light and darkness in this passage to help shape the way we engage the darkness of the world around. This message was presented on August 2, 2015 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • John 8:1-11 – Throw The Stone Away

    Pastor Anthony Hendricks opens the narrative of John, chapter 8 in a unique way that challenges the Little Rock campus in multiple ways. As he walks the congregation through the story of the religious leaders bringing an adulterous woman before Jesus, the people are called to confess their own issues of sin, throw their personal stones away, and extend grace as Jesus does to us. This message was offered on July 26, 2015.

  • John 7:32-52 – Come & Drink!

    On the last day of the Feast of Booths, the Pharisees take official action against Jesus by sending officers to arrest Him. But after His profound declaration that He was Living Water, the audience was compelled to respond and the officers return empty handed! Pastor Mike Clowers asks the question, “Are you thirsty today?” This message was offered on July 19, 2015.

  • John 7:14-32 - No Shortage of Opinions

    In John 7:14-31, Pastor Harry Li shows the spectrum of opinion that existed in the crowd surrounding Jesus. Whether it was openness, ignorance, hostility, misunderstanding or apathy, Christ’s response to all these opinions is as relevant to today as it was 2000 years ago. Jesus stayed true to His calling and kept proclaiming His Father’s message as opposed to being drawn into a meaningless debate.

  • John 7:1-13 - As Though God Makes His Appeal Through Us

    Pastor Mark DeYmaz shares how to live by faith and not by fear in these unique and changing times. He reminds us that fear often rules and ruins the opportunities we have to fulfill our calling to help others know Christ. Additionally, Pastor Mark shares three core truths an ambassador for Christ must advance, without hurting your witness, even in social media! This message was from July 5, 2015.

  • John 6:44-71 - You Can't Handle the Truth

    This message was presented to Mosaic's Little Rock campus on June 28, 2015.

  • John 6:22-44 - From Hero to Zero

    Pastor Harry Li shows the process by which the people went from trying to force Jesus to be their king (6:15) to walking away from Him and choosing not to follow Him any more (6:66). In this message, the grumblings begin when Christ claims to be sent from Heaven. Pastor Harry uses this passage to describe the characteristics of God’s drawing people to Himself. This message was from June 14, 2015.

  • John 6:16-21 Just Believe!

    In this message, Pastor Mark explores the context of Jesus walking on water and six common questions, then and now, that cause people to wonder if Jesus is really the Son of God. More than that, understanding what He has already accomplished in your life can give you the confidence to move forward into the future, into the unknown, according what He is asking of you now, Just believe! This message was presented at Mosaic's Little Rock campus on June 7, 2015.

  • John 6:1-15 - Lessons from the Fish Sandwiches

    As we continue to journey through the gospel of John, Pastor Anthony brings us to a familiar narrative in the 6th chapter. Jesus brings His disciples and a great multitude of people to a deserted place to teach them life lessons through this familiar "Word" picture. Pastor Anthony pulls lessons of life out of Jesus' feeding of up to 20,000 people as he shares with the Little Rock campus that Jesus is the "Bread of Life".

  • John 5:28-47 - The Witnesses

    In this message from May 17, 2015, Pastor Harry Li examines Christ's sermon within John 5. In it, Christ asserts His being sent by the Father and given all authority, while remaining in perfect submission to His Heavenly Father. Christ’s example of both submission and authority is related back to our own personal walks with Christ. Pastor Harry then brings out four distinct ways that the Father testified of Christ’s heavenly sent mission. Mosaic member Ace Hendrix also provides yet another powerful testimony of the redemptive nature of God!

  • John 5:16-24

    This message in the "Jesus Through the Eyes of John" series was presented at Mosaic's Little Rock campus on May 10, 2015.

  • Waiting by the Pool

    In this text from John 5, 1-18, Jesus heals a man without any demonstration of visible faith on his part and shows the religious leaders that He is Lord of the Sabbath the the God who never stops working on our behalf. This message from Chuck Eastman was presented at Mosaic's Little Rock campus on May 3, 2015.

  • John 4:43-54

    This message in the "Jesus Through the Eyes of John" series was presented at Mosaic's Little Rock campus on April 26, 2015.

  • Our Wounds: His Witness

    In this message by Chuck Eastman from John 4:27-42, Pastor Chuck reminds us that when we run from our wounds or try to ignore or cover them up, we can miss God's "immeasurable more". The Lord wants to leverage them our wounds to show His incredible love, power and grace in your life and in the lives of those around us. This message was presented April 19, 2015.

  • Worship in Spirit and Truth

    As we consider Jesus’ interaction with the Samaritan woman in John 4, Pastor Harry discusses what Christ called a True Worshipper, which consists of two important components: spirit and truth. Along with James Wafford, III (Mosaic’s Pastor of Worship Arts), practical aspects of our lives are discussed as we seek to become the True Worshipper that Jesus describes. This message was presented on April 12, 2015 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • We All Wear the Same Jersey

    Believers in Jesus Christ are on the same team. With this in mind, we should be cooperating with, not competing against one another. This goes for local churches too. Why do believers act so "team loyal" at times; more importantly, how can we play better together in order to lift up the name of Jesus about the names of our own churches? In this sermon, based on John 3:22-36, Pastor Mark DeYmaz will encourage you to let go of competitive thinking and embrace cooperation since we all wear the same jersey!

  • Lessons From Nic at Night

    In John, chapter 3, Jesus arrive in Jerusalem for the Passover as His ministry gets its stride. While there, He has an interesting encounter with one of Israel's elite religious leaders. Pastor Anthony Hendricks peers into this encounter between Jesus and Nicodemus, pulling out numerous lessons for us today, regardless of where you are spiritually. Ultimately, Jesus leaves us with an understanding of His love for humanity and our obligation to respond to that love. This message was presenting on March 8, 2015 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.

  • House of Prayer for All Nations

    In John 2, Jesus zealously protects His Father’s house for reasons beyond the obvious. In this message, Pastor Harry Li uncovers Christ’s passion for all people and the reasons why He targets the moneychangers and those selling doves. Aggie Stasko provides a powerful testimony of God’s sovereign hand as He guided her from a foreign country (Poland) to encounter our Risen Lord. This message was presented on March 1, 2015 at Mosaic's Little Rock campus.