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Resource: DVD (INV=JOH) Invitation To John: A Short Term Disciples Bible Study     
Series: (SERINV=) Invitation Bible Study
Author: Kysar, Robert D.
Publisher: Abingdon, 2007
Vendor: Cokesbury
Length: 11 sessions
Heading: BST — Bible Study
Subjects: Bible Study; Bible, New Testament; Jesus Christ
Location: BST OV
# Copies: 1
 Description: Te early church wisely chose to keep four Gospel accounts of the life, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus. Three of these Gospels are similar in both what they tell and how they tell it. However, the Gospel of John stands apart. In it, we find Jesus speaking in lengthy discourses. We overhear Jesus talking with Nicodemus, a Samaritan woman, and Mary Magdalene. We marvel at Jesus turning water into wine, calling Lazarus from the tomb, and washing his disciples' feet. In the very first chapter of John's Gospel, Jesus issues two invitations: "Come and see," and "Follow me." They echo the invitations of this study: to come and see this Jesus_to hear him speak, to see his signs_and to consider what it means to be his followers.
This study includes a participant book outlining daily reading assignments, a leader guide suggesting discussion activities for the 60-90-minute weekly meeting, and a video component providing interpretation and context for the biblical texts.
Session titles and scripture:
1. Come and See (John 1--2)
2. How Is It Possible? (John 3-4)
3. Taste for Yourself (John 5-6)
4. To Believe or Not to Believe (John 7-8)
5. Are We Blind? (John 9-10)
6. I Couldn't Believe My Eyes! (John 11-12)
7. Would You Believe It? (John 13-14)
8. What Time Is It? (John 15-16)
9. Look Out! (John 17-18)
10. Believing Without Seeing (John 19-20)
11. Do You See Him? (John 21)
Age Groups: Adult (30-65)


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