“Don’t Seek Him Alone”

SPEAKER: Troy Champ

How do you feel about sharing your relationship with God with those around you? While there is a private and powerful nature to our faith, we are not meant to journey with him alone.

In the Gospel of John, we see how the faith of one can plant and nurture the seed of faith in another. If you partner with people in Jesus, if you share your troubles and triumphs with fellow followers of Christ, you will inevitably gain a deepened understanding of every good thing we share in Jesus. The clear implication is if you don’t actively experience spiritual friendships, you’re missing out on something great. If you truly wish to seek God, don’t seek him alone.


Be with somebody a couple of steps ahead of you.

Be with somebody a couple of steps behind you.

Join a small group.

Join us for Alpha.

Share your faith with somebody.

Recommended Books:

“A Search for What Makes Sense” Brian McLaren

“A Search for What is Real” Brian McLaren

“The Allure of Gentleness” by Dallas Willard

Recommended Videos:

Timothy Keller “Evangelism in the 21st Centruy” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHQBoLo31Ns

Penn Jillette “The Gift of a Bible” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6md638smQd8

Primary text: John 1:43-51
Other texts in this message: John 1:35-42, 1 Samuel 23:16, Philemon 6


God You Reign Lincoln Brewster

Cornerstone Edward Mote, William B. Bradbury, Eric Liljero, Jonas Myrin, and Reuben Morgan

Build My Life

Pat Barrett, Matt Redman, Brett Younker, Kirby Kapla, and Karl Martin


John 1:43-51, John 1:35-42, 1 Samuel 23:16, Philemon 6, Troy Champ, The Gospel of John
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