Sermons by Scripture: John 3:1-17

“Cross or Cliché?”

May 26, 2024
The Rev. Dr. Amy Butler, Author, Pastor, and Founder of Invested Faith, preaches on the most-memorized verse in the Bible, John 3:16, one that was such a familiar part of her youth and childhood, she...

A15: The Second Sunday in Lent, Year A (2023)

March 5, 2023
Will Willimon has learned to love a lot of the characters in the Gospels, but not Nicodemus. What’s to love about this stuffy know-it-all who comes to Jesus at night in John 3:1-17, pretending to...

B27: Trinity Sunday, Year B (2021)

May 30, 2021
“Hey, it’s Trinity Sunday. Hold onto your hats. We are about to do a deep dive into one of the most complex, wonderful of Christian beliefs…We’re going to talk about God this Sunday called Trinity,...

A15: The Second Sunday in Lent, Year A (2020)

March 8, 2020
A stranger once asked Jim Somerville, “Have you been born again?” He thought he should say yes, and eventually he did, but it left him wondering: “Why would anyone ask that question in the first...

A16: The Second Sunday in Lent, Year A (2017)

March 12, 2017
Carla Pratt Keyes, Pastor of Ginter Park Presbyterian Church in Richmond, Virginia, preaches a sermon from John 3:1-17 called “Believing in Christ.” How do you preach “For God so loved the world that he gave...
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