Two Great Sermons by the Rev. Rob Renfroe

The Rev. Rob Renfroe, Good News President and Pastor of Discipleship at The Woodlands United Methodist in The Woodlands, Texas, recently delivered two powerful sermons that explore two of Jesus’ profound “I am” statements found in the Gospel of John. We invite you to watch and listen to them.

In the first sermon, “I am the Bread of Life,” Renfroe says, “People are hungry for life. We come into this world, kicking and screaming, announcing our arrival at the top of our lungs, and gasping for breath because written into the fiber of our beings, is a hunger for life.”

He goes on to explore how Jesus is “The life you’re looking for. The life you’re craving.”

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In the second sermon, “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life,” Renfroe says, “What Jesus teaches us by his example and by his words is that true life, abundant, glorious life, is the life of service and sacrifice. The glorious life is the life of dying to self; it’s the life of letting go of what others hold dear; it’s the life of the cross.”

Renfroe closes his sermon with powerful examples of how three ordinary lay people lived extraordinary lives by trusting that Jesus is indeed “the way, the truth, and the life”!

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Watch these sermons and share this Perspective with others. We’re confident you will enjoy Rev. Renfroe’s sermons and appreciate the Good News he has to share.

Friends, we trust your observance of Holy Week is meaningful, and that the joy of Jesus’ Resurrection fills you with hope and faith on Easter morning!

Have a joyful and happy Easter!

The Good News Staff


  1. sarah smith says

    I watched the second video yesterday.

    My soul was thrilled to hear the gospel so plainly, so lovingly, and so clearly given.

    I used to be UMC but left over the liberalism and am in another Wesleyan denomination now. But THIS kind of preaching, this REAL Methodist preaching, could draw me back were it the norm!

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