Calvary Chapel Bend
The epistles of John, three New Testament writings, all composed sometime around AD 80 to 100 and attributed to John, son of Zebedee and disciple of Jesus. John’s letter urge the Christian community to hold fast to what they had been taught, especially in the doctrine of God's love, and to deny heretical teachings coming from "Antichrists" in the world. The second and third letters are closely akin to the first in both language and idea.
Taught by Terry Webb
Fellowship with Joy!
Saying and Doing
Confessing Our Sins - Part 1 - Why Confess?
Confessing Our Sins - Part 2 - How Do We Confess?
Confessing Our Sins - Part 3 - That You May Not Sin
By This We Know That We Know Him
Love God and Love One Another
Why Not Love the World - Part 1
Why Not Love the World - Part 2
Who's A Liar
You Know the Truth
Abide in Him, Know the Truth
Behold What Manner of Love
We Shall Be Like Him
A True Christian Does Not Sin - Part 1
A True Christian Does Not Sin - Part 2
Love One Another
Love Your Brothers and Sisters