As Jesus shows up to have conversations with two very different types of people, His message remains the same in both cases.
Author: Cory Mandina (Cory Mandina)
Jesus was on the move and, naturally, this means that when it came to His second "sign" in John 4, the shockwaves would continue.
Our study in the Gospel of John continues as Jesus turns water into wine, and then cleanses the Temple to start His ministry off with a bang.
After being introduced as God's Word, and the "Lamb of God" in John 1, Jesus launched into His ministry with a bang ... that tasted like wine.
Our study in the Gospel of John continues with a look at this mysterious John the Baptist character, and the launch of Jesus' ministry.
Who is John the Baptist, and what exactly do we need to know about him? What is his role in the story of Jesus?
Harvest supports eight full-time missionary families—all of which our missions board keeps in touch with regularly.
The Gospel of John is a uniquely designed book, and its intro chapter begins with a "prologue" packed with profound details about Jesus Christ.
Of the four Gospel accounts we have of Jesus in our Bibles, the one presented by John has supernatural significance. Meet Jesus the God-man.
When Joseph was told, “Do not be afraid,” he listened. He continued toward what he was called—even if it included only half the story.