John – the son of Zebedee, brother of James, son of thunder, beloved disciple, evangelist, apostle, revelatory, elder. He was the longest lived of the original apostles, ministering in places across the Eastern Mediterranean. He walked with Jesus, cared for Jesus’s mother Mary after his crucifixion, preached and healed.
At the end of his life, John picks up the reed stylus to pen two final letters to the church, which has been his passion for decades. In these two short letters, John pours out his heart and desire for the church once he is gone; and his words resonate across the ages to even the church of the 21st century.
Join us on January 14 for a five-week series on John’s often-neglected second and third epistles to “the beloved lady” – the Church.