Growing Faith: Confronting Worry

Speaker: Dr Jon Lovelady | Series: Growing Faith | Matthew 6: 24-34 This week, we will not be gathering in the sanctuary for worship due to our commitment to cooperate with the President’s guidelines to help stop the COVID-19 virus. Connect with worship at https://sjpcjax.org/online-services-covid-19/ We continue our Lent series, “Growing Faith” with the sermon


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Growing Faith: Providential Relationships

Speaker: Dr Jon Lovelady | Series: Growing Faith | These are difficult times with the spread of this virus. Fear seems like it is in control, rather than the voices of assurance and hope. We need a faith that is growing faster than our fear! In the series, Growing Faith we are taking a look


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Growing Faith: Big Faith

Speaker: Dr Jon Lovelady | Series: Growing Faith | We have started the season of Lent and our goal is to increase of the light of Jesus Christ in our lives! We are using Andy’s Stanley’s study, Five Things God Uses to Grow Your Faith in our small groups to help us increase the spiritual


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Unconditional: Confidence

Speaker: Dr Jon Lovelady | Series: Unconditional | In conditional human love, one of the problems we experience is confidence! How can we be sure that someone loves us? How do we trust them enough to have a relationship? Human love is filled with betrayal, failure, and uncertainty. We see it every day! In our


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Unconditional: Choices

Speaker: Dr Jon Lovelady | Series: Unconditional | Our sermon series Unconditional continues with the sermon, Choices. Our lives are filled with choices! No one can deny the power of choice. We often think of life’s big choices such as marriage, career, or buying a home, but there is also great power in the smaller


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Unconditional: Competing

Speaker: Dr Jon Lovelady | Series: Unconditional | We continue our series Unconditional with the sermon Competing. Why is loving someone as Jesus loved us so difficult? It seems that with all of our progress in modern society we would not struggle to love each other. Yet, as we look at our world, anger and


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