Hear from John's account of Jesus' last night with his disciples before his crucifixion.
We all know there's darkness in the world—both "out there" in the big injustices and "in here" in the recesses of our own hearts. John tells us that Jesus is 'the light that shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome him'. But how does the light of Jesus overcome the darkness? And given the darkness in our own hearts, how can we escape being overcome?
Grace can be defined as 'attitude in action'. So what's the attitude? And what's the action? And what happens when we make grace our great cause?
So many church mission statements have as their focus the church as an institution or organisation - we want to be X many by Y time. But at CCIW, because our vision is Jesus, our mission is not an institution or an organisation - our mission is people.
Sometimes life - our fears, our guilt, our pain - can dim our vision. What happens when we lift our eyes, and Jesus is our vision?