Introducing Jesus: Life-changing encounters from the Gospel of John

The latest of the good book guides has recently been published. Introducing Jesus takes the reader through seven life-changing encounters from the Gospel of John. As with all the good book guides, it is suitable for personal or group study.

Here’s a summary:

It’s only when you sit down and talk with someone that you start to discover what they are really like.

What would it be like to have an intimate conversation with Jesus? What would you ask Him? What might He say to you?

In his Gospel, John records for us a series of conversations that Jesus had with different people. They include a confused minister and a desperate woman; a lifelong loser and an anxious politician.

From each conversation there emerges something new about Jesus – who He is, what He came to do and what His priorities and concerns are. And each time we also hear Jesus speaking directly to us. He addresses our
doubts and our desires, our fears and our failings, our sorrows and setbacks, and challenges us to think differently about God, life and eternity.

Use these studies to deepen your understanding of Jesus Christ, or perhaps even to be introduced to Him for the first time.

Table of Contents
Introduction
1. A confused minister – John 3
2. A desperate woman – John 4
3. A needy crowd – John 6
4. A lifelong loser – John 9
5. A grieving family – John 11
6. An anxious politician – John 18,19
7. A demanding sceptic – John 20
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One thought on “Introducing Jesus: Life-changing encounters from the Gospel of John

  1. Dear Tim

    Thanks very much for your helpful Bible study books. International students are using your Bible study guides at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa . Stellenbosch is near Cape Town and has 3, 000 international students on campus. Two groups are working through ‘ I believe’ and one group completed, ” The World We all Want”. We found the material very biblical and practical; it is relevant to issues on campus.

    Greetings

    Jurie Goosen

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