Jesus fasted and prayed for 40 days and 40 nights to prepare for the ministry God assigned to him. In the New Testament, the gospels of Luke, Mark and Matthew have passages that refer to Jesus' stay in the wilderness. Hi... More »

Jesus had 12 disciples during his ministry, according to the BBC. The disciples were Andrew, Bartholomew, James, James the son of Alphaeus, John, Judas Iscariot, Matthew, Peter, Philip, Simon, Thaddaeus and Thomas. More »

After his resurrection, when he was done speaking to his followers, Jesus was taken up into heaven to sit at the right hand of God, according to the Christian Bible. Jesus also spoke of preparing a place in Heaven for th... More »

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The 12 disciples of Jesus are Peter, James, John, Andrew, Philip, Nathaniel, Matthew, Thomas, James, Simon, Thaddeus and Judas. Jesus selected these men as his closest disciples from a group of his earliest followers. Je... More »

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The Romans are technically the group of people responsible for killing Jesus, as they performed the actual crucifixion. However, many believe that the religious leaders of Israel are responsible, as they demanded that th... More »

The 12 disciples probably first came into contact with Jesus at some point between 25 and 27, the estimated period when Jesus began his ministry. Following Jesus' death, occurring between 28 and 30, the 12 disciples prea... More »

Seacoast Church offers worship services with the opportunity for worshippers to respond to God at the end of the service, Kidscoast children's ministry with classrooms for newborns through fifth-grade students, and small... More »

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