Our summer series for 2018, “The Gospel According to John,” will provide us with a deeper look into this thought-provoking and inspiring book.

John’s gospel is different from Matthew, Mark, and Luke in many ways. Matthew, Mark and Luke were all written between A.D. 50-61. John was written much later — between A.D. 80-90. Matthew, Mark and Luke were written primarily to a Jewish audience. John was written to a Greek audience.

Clearly, John’s purpose was to reveal Jesus as the eternal, pre-existing Son of God who became a man for the purpose of dying on the cross to pay the ransom for our sins. John makes it clear when he writes, “Jesus did many other miraculous signs in the presence of his disciples, which are not recorded in this book. But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name” (John 20:30-31).

Join us as we work our way through this fascinating study on “The Gospel According to John.”


  1. This is Jesus: God in Flesh (David Roberson)
  2. How Well Do You Know Jesus? (Tom Sherrod)
  3. A Fresh Encounter with God (David Roberson)
  4. Jesus Feeds the Five Thousand (Jay Scott)
  5. Grounded in Faith (David Roberson)
  6. The Spiritual Difference Between Light and Darkness (David Roberson)
  7. Jesus: The Good Shepherd (Austin Seevers)
  8. Jesus Raises Lazarus (Jay Scott)
  9. The Plot to Kill Jesus (Jay Scott)
  10. Jesus: Lamb of God (David Roberson)
    (Series break for VBS Celebration Sunday on July 15)
  11. Jesus Washes His Disciples’ Feet (Lee Cox)
  12. Don’t Worry — Trust Me! (David Roberson)
  13. Pray for All Believers (Jay Scott)
  14. Jesus Before Pilate (Jay Scott)
  15. Jesus is Crucified (David Roberson)
  16. The Empty Tomb (David Roberson)
  17. Jesus Appears to Mary Magdalene and His Disciples (Lee Cox)
  18. Comeback Faith (David Roberson)
  19. Jesus Reinstates Peter (Jay Scott)

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