John 18-21 (Pack Four) (#04 in The Word One To One Series)
The Word One To One outreach resource offers a simple way to read through the Gospel of John with another person, one-to-one. It divides John into 11 sections, each presented in a book containing several studies - paired so that...
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The Word One To One outreach resource offers a simple way to read through the Gospel of John with another person, one-to-one. It divides John into 11 sections, each presented in a book containing several studies - paired so that there's one book for you and one for your friend, and grouped into packs. There are 38 studies in all. Every double page of each book has the Bible text (NIV) on one side and helpful notes about it on the other, in an engaging graphic format. At the end of each study is a summary. Everything you need to share John is right here!
This is Pack Four (of 4) containing 2 book pairs/5 studies:
Book Ten - John 18,19;
Book Eleven - John 20, 21
"I became a Christian while reading John's Gospel. The Word One to One has helped me share this same life-changing, life-giving story with friends. It's the truth presented clearly - one to one."
- Chris Edwards, Anglican Bishop of North Sydney
"I love having The Word One to One as a tool that Christians can use in their workplace or local cafe in a way that not only reaches the un-churched, but fills the believer with a renewed confidence that they can make a difference outside the walls of their local church! "
- Paul Bartlett, National Leader for Community Engagement Australian Christian Churches. Author of the book, Thank God it's Monday
"The booklet has everything you need, my friend is learning loads about Jesus and we're both having fun doing it! I like the fact that there's no physical Bible involved, so we can read material anywhere, without feeling awkward... It was really fantastic to see the Bible come to life as she read it herself... Give it a try!"
- Alexis Cheang, Business Woman based in Sydney
"I strongly encourage churches to take up The Word One to One materials and utilise them in reaching people with the gospel by reading John's gospel. I use the notes personally and they are excellent!"
- Bruce Clarke, Senior Minister, St Matthews Anglican Church Manly
"I have used The Word One to One with business people over coffee and with my children at home. I found The Word One to One books to be engaging and effective in both of those situations, showing that they can be used with most people and age groups."
- Walter Lewin, Chairman, OneVentures
"The Word One to One is the best resource I have used to introduce friends who know little or nothing about the Bible to the historical record of Jesus. The step from having conversations about God and Christianity to engaging with the biblical account of Jesus has suddenly been made easier with The Word One to One."
- Peter Kaldor, Managing Director, City Bible Forum
"I have found The Word One to One material to be a wonderful asset in giving women confidence to read the Bible with a friend. Everything you need is there in one small booklet. The structure, the format, the style and helpful comments are all there to remove barriers to getting to the text. It's a joy to be able to read alongside someone and see God's Word at work."
- Libby Janssen, St Andrews Wahroonga - Volunteer ministering to women
Rico Tice is Senior Minister (Evangelism) at All Souls Church, Langham Place in London. Born in Chile before being educated in England, Rico spent a year working at a church in inner city Liverpool and then studied history at Bristol University (where he was captain of the rugby team). He went on to graduate from theological college at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. As a passionate evangelist, he has spent recent years developing Christianity Explored which he co-wrote with Barry Cooper. Rico has led the Oxford University 'OICCU' Mission, and he is a National Director of Christians in Sport. He is a regular speaker at missions and evangelistic events around the world. Rico's hobbies are rugby, golf, and films.
William Taylor is the minister of St. Helens, Bishopsgate, London. Previously he was an officer in the Royal Green Jackets. He is the author of Partnership Concise, portable spiritual food - Philippians and Understanding the Times : Living in the Light of the Arrival of the King.