Bob Lee opens our series on the disciples of Jesus with some background on what it meant to be a disciple in Jesus’s day, and then focuses on one disciple in particular: John, the “disciple whom He loved.”
Peter is one of the most famous disciples, known both for his boldness and his collapses. In the second message in the Disciples series, we take a deeper look at who he was and what we can learn from him about being a disciple of Jesus.
Jake Goetze talks about the lesser-known disciple Andrew and his very important role in bringing others to Jesus.
Bob Lee talks about Matthew the Tax Collector and Simon the Zealot and how we are united under Jesus, no matter the differences we have with each other.
Thomas is a disciple so famous for his unbelief that he’s often referred to as Doubting Thomas, but his faith wasn’t always weak. Jake paints a more complete picture of Thomas from the handful of other accounts of him in the Gospels, revealing a man who was also courageous, and from whom we can learn a lot about true discipleship.