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Welcome to the Gospel of John

Introduction to John

In Him was life, and the life was the light of men…

Jody begins the teaching on the gospel of John. Going forward the notes and workbook will be posted to this site several days prior to the teaching. After the teaching, a recording of it will be added to the post.

Due to the pandemic, the study will be conducted as a Zoom call. Some of the small groups will be meeting “face-to-face” and others in break-out rooms within Zoom. Some groups will view the teaching later and meet as a small group at another time.

Notes and Workbook

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Link to Media

Gospel of John Introduction from Dan Mayhew on Vimeo.

Thoughts on Regret: Dan’s Podcast Interview with Joseph Warren

Recently, I was invited to do an interview for a popular podcast called “Broken Catholic” hosted by Joseph Warren. Unexpectedly, the discussion turned toward regret, forgiveness and mercy. Hope you enjoy this half hour journey.

Listen to Broken Catholic Podcast on iTunes:
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/broken-catholic-podcast/id1270337955

First Peter 3 (Part 1)

And finally, all of you be harmonious, sympathetic, showing mutual affection, compassionate, humble,  (1Peter 3:8)

Jody is in Tucson for a School of Prayer. In her absence, husband, Dan, takes over.

Link to Workbook

First Peter 1 (Part 1)

Jody is in Modesto at a prayer summit so Dan takes over with the first chapter. What is it to have a living hope?

Notes and Workbook

James 5 (Pt 1)

So be patient, brothers, until the coming of the Lord. See how the farmer waits for the precious crop from his land, being patient with it until it receives the fall and the spring rains.
(James 5:7)

James: Introduction

Jody is in Tucson, so Dan kicks off the series on the book of James.

What was it like to be the brother of Jesus? How did Jesus’ true identity impact His family. How did it impact James? Dan talks about the family dynamics that may have shaped this most Jewish of the New Testament books.

For those interested in a humorous look at those questions, here’s a link to a sketch done by comedian, Michael Jr.