I Am


If Jesus is who he says he is, that has implications for each of us. It affects the way we relate to each other and to the world around us. But who did he say he is? 

When Jesus spoke of himself, he proclaimed to be the bread, the light, and the gate. In his owns words, Jesus is the the shepherd, the vine, and the resurrection. He is the way.

Join us for our seven-week series, I Am, as we look to the character of Jesus and what it means for each of us.




FEBRUARY 25, 2018

I Am: The Vine

Oscar Muriu   |   Herndon Campus

Senior Pastor Oscar Muriu from Nairobi Chapel in Kenya joins us to share how being connected to Jesus completely fulfills and refreshes our lives.

FEBRUARY 18, 2018

I Am: The Way

Jim Keller   |   Herndon Campus

When Jesus said, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the father except through me..." his words were an antidote for a troubled heart, an aimless life, or a broken relationship. It is never exclusionary, never elitist, and never easy.

FEBRUARY 11, 2018

I Am: The Resurrection 

Jeff Kern   |   Herndon Campus

Our eternal hope is sure. The resurrection gives proof that he is savior of the world. Our hope is eternal. Death comes to us all. He is with us and will bring us to himself. Our eternal hope is not for later but for now.

FEBRUARY 4, 2018

I Am: The Shepherd

Zach Van Dyke   |   Herndon Campus

Jesus saying he's the shepherd not only tells us something about who he is and what that offers to us, but it is the only I AM statement that lets us see how Jesus feels about us.

JANUARY 28, 2018

I Am: The Gate

Zach Van Dyke   |   Herndon Campus

We can believe we don't need saving, but we all follow something. There's no life without faith. In what do we place our faith? Ourselves? Our things? Our knowledge? Or the one who came to heal us by laying his life down for us?

JANUARY 21, 2018

I Am: The Light

Kailey Newkirk   |   Herndon Campus

There are things that bring joy into our lives, things for which we can worship our creator, that can be equally dangerous in the darkness. 


JANUARY 14, 2018

I Am: The Bread

Zach Van Dyke   |   Herndon Campus

When Jesus said he was the bread of life, he said it knowing what it meant to be a bread-winner (and all that comes with that). He also knew what it meant to be hungry. In him alone can we find everlasting fulfillment.

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