Gospel of John: Leadership Resources
Posted: 22 January 2015
Jesus performed many other 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 Messiah, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.
— Gospel of John 20:30-31
At the end of the Gospel of John he writes these amazing words about to show all why he penned this account of the life of Jesus. We see that this Gospel contains pointers and signs that place Jesus in the spotlight in order that in believing who He is we may have life. As we begin our year we turn to this Gospel to help both the believer and the explorer see with greater clarity the importance of Jesus the Christ. We will be taking our time and only making our way through the first four chapters of this Gospel this year, helping us see every detail. Below you will find helpful resources for leading others including bible study notes, sermon links, helpful articles, and more to help you lead your church to Jesus in the Gospel of John.
Below you will find links to various resources such as study guides, sermons, and books. These are there to help you have a wonderful grasp of this Gospel in order that you will be well equipped to help others engage in the bible. Each Saturday there will also be a blog posted providing 5 quick tips to leading your group for that week which we hope you find helpful...
VIne Church Term Planning Information — LINK
Explore Bible Notes, John by Christopher Ash — LINK
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Read, Mark, Learn Study Guide — LINK
Knowing the Bible Study Guide — LINK
John Piper, The Gospel of John (Sermon Series) — LINK
What Happens in the New Birth? Part 1 (Jn 3:1-10) — LINK
What Happens in the New Birth? Part 2 (Jn 3:1-10) — LINK
Don Carson, Who Is Jesus (3 Part Sermon Series)
Part 1: Jesus the Word of God (John 1:1-18) — LINK
Part 2: Jesus the Temple of God (John 2:13-25) — LINK
Part 3: Jesus the Gift of God (John 3:1-21) — LINK
R.C. Sproul, John: St Andrew's Expository Commentary (Hardcover, Koorong) — LINK