Christ Community Chapel - Hudson Campus

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Summary

Sam Allberry | In John 4, we read the story of Jesus’ encounter with an outcast woman drawing water from a well. It would have been a scandalous story during those days, as men were not supposed to speak to women they didn’t know—especially not with Samaritans, whom the Jews looked down upon. Yet we see no hesitation in Jesus, who sees beyond the cultural barriers to perceive a person with a deep need to be known and loved… Just like all of us.

This week, guest speaker Sam Allberry from Ravi Zacharias International Ministries explains how, like the Samaritan woman, we don’t truly know ourselves until we meet Jesus, and we can’t quench our thirst to be truly loved without him, “the living water.” It may seem like we can’t be fully known and fully loved at the same time, but with Jesus, it’s possible.

Show Notes

Sam Allberry | In John 4, we read the story of Jesus’ encounter with an outcast woman drawing water from a well. It would have been a scandalous story during those days, as men were not supposed to speak to women they didn’t know—especially not with Samaritans, whom the Jews looked down upon. Yet we see no hesitation in Jesus, who sees beyond the cultural barriers to perceive a person with a deep need to be known and loved… Just like all of us. This week, guest speaker Sam Allberry from Ravi Zacharias International Ministries explains how, like the Samaritan woman, we don’t truly know ourselves until we meet Jesus, and we can’t quench our thirst to be truly loved without him, “the living water.” It may seem like we can’t be fully known and fully loved at the same time, but with Jesus, it’s possible.

What is Christ Community Chapel - Hudson Campus?

Christ Community Chapel is located in Hudson, Ohio. With campuses in Hudson, Aurora, and Highland Square, Ohio, we exist to see people come to know Jesus, grow in him, and serve him daily.