Series The Woman at the Well

In a conversation that broke many of the rules of that day, Jesus reaches out to a woman with a painful past. In the course of their talk, they move from matters of religion to the issues of the heart—ultimately leading to a community of Samaritans coming to Christ.

Dates October 20-24, 2014
# of Programs 5
At The Table Mart DeHaan, Elisa Morgan, Bill Crowder
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Part 1 - 10/20/14

Jesus’ call to the heavy-burdened, come and find a place of rest

Many of us still carry around the baggage of past disappointments, painful losses, and fresh failures. Feeling weighed down?

Part 2 - 10/21/14

How Jesus crossed all boundaries in order to reach a single hurting person

People today are still divided across economic, ethnic, and religious lines. And there can be taboos about crossing those barriers. Let’s learn from Jesus’ example.

Part 3 - 10/22/14

One woman’s pursuit of a meaningful relationship, and how she found it in Jesus!

No one likes to be alone. And in order to make the loneliness go away, we can make some bad choices!

Part 4 - 10/23/14

How Jesus cuts through our defenses to reach our hearts

Let’s continue our study of John chapter 4. We’ll listen in on a conversation between Jesus and the woman at the well. Jesus cuts through our defenses and interruptions in order to reach our hearts.

Part 5 - 10/24/14

Discover how we all have a spiritual need, and it’s only Jesus who can quench our thirst

When your mouth is dry, your tongue is parched, and the temperature starts to rise, only one thing can satisfy your thirst.

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