The ministry of seeJesus began with a sabbatical that Paul Miller spent reading through the gospels seeking to see how Jesus lived. What he saw captivated Paul's heart, changed how he loved his family, and moved him to share with others.
To celebrate the release of the revised The Person of Jesus, Unit 2: Honesty study, we invited Timo Strawbridge, Director of Spiritual Life at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Lakeland, FL, to join Paul and Liz for a conversation on how
In the midst of a hard season with a friend, our Director of Communications, Liz, had an epiphany: Don't flee from the truth, welcome it. Since then, she's been immensely helped by watching how Jesus "does" honesty in "The Person of Jesus" study's second unit, "Honesty." Read More...
Julie Courtney, our Developmental Editor, has taught "The Person of Jesus" material for over 30 years, and she has been using her extensive knowledge of the material to update it for release as five individual studies including the second unit, "Honesty." Read More...
We’ve studied how to fix the bad (redemption and salvation), but we’ve not studied this beautiful thing we are supposed to all become: Jesus. So we don’t have a clear sense of what it is to be human. Read More...
This is the fourth and final episode of our Advent series called, "Joy of Every Longing Heart." Liz Voboril and Jon Hori interview Ian Nagata, a missionary in Japan who serves both as an associate pastor and musician.
The pandemic has brought remarkable changes to our world—on the one hand bringing severe limitations and suffering, and on the other bringing simplicity and an extra measure of closeness to the small group of people we still do life with.
In this episode, we continue our study of Jesus' conversation with Pilate in John 18.
In this episode, we shift our focus to Jesus' conversation with Pilate in John 18.
In this episode, we conclude our study of John 13 by looking at the theme of perfection.
Do you love me?” Jill asked as we climbed the stairs up to our room. “Yes, I love you,” I replied.
She asked again, “Do you love me?”
Did she not hear me the first time? “Yes, I love you,” I replied.
At the heart of Secular-liberalism is a vision of what it is to be human. In the popular mind, Secular-liberalism feels inclusive, compassionate, and relevant, while Christianity feels judgmental, narrow, and old-fashioned.
Note from Paul Miller: The first time I led an interactive Person of Jesus study was in 1995 for a youth group.
I have ministered in Guatemala regularly since 2010. If you were to ask, “What is the highlight of your time and service there?” my response would certainly be, “Finding Débora Ramírez and connecting her to seeJesus!”
This guide helps you understand the structure and goals of the study, answers frequently asked questions, and provides information about additional training offered by seeJesus.
Download a Starter Kit today and try a few lessons with your group. We'd love to hear how it goes. Email us at email@example.com, and let us know what you think!
Paul wrote this white paper in 1995, explaining how the Person of Jesus study creates a path for evangelism in an increasingly unchurched world.
One of the best things you can do to prepare to lead a Person of Jesus study is to read Love Walked Among Us, the book that covers much of the same content.