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James

Get to Know the 12 Disciples of Jesus, Including Peter, John and More

Engraving depicting the Apostle Andrew standing by an X-shaped crucifix.

Meet the Apostle Andrew, Brother of Peter

Engraving depicting the Apostle Andrew standing by an X-shaped crucifix.

Meet Philip the Apostle, Seeker of the Messiah: Engraving of the Apostle Philip.

Meet Philip the Apostle, Seeker of the Messiah

The 12 apostles were ordinary men God used in extraordinary ways to carry the gospel to the world. Learn about these disciples of Jesus Christ.

Peter

Get to Know the 12 Disciples of Jesus, Including Peter, John and More

The 12 apostles were ordinary men God used in extraordinary ways to carry the gospel to the world. Learn about these disciples of Jesus Christ.

The Apostle James by Rembrandt, 1661

Meet James: The First Apostle to Die for Jesus

Meet James: The First Apostle to Die for Jesus. The apostle James was honored with a favored position by Jesus Christ, as one of three men in his inner circle. The others were James' brother John and Simon Peter.

Relive the Story of Peter's Denial of Jesus Christ

Relive the Story of Peter's Denial of Jesus Christ

Peter denies knowing Jesus three times while his Master is on trial. Consider how Peter's denials and restoration apply to you today.

James (son of Alphaeus) - realized that it was not about himself but about Jesus.

James the Less is one of the most obscure apostles in the Bible. The only things we know for certain are his name and that he was present in the upper room of Jerusalem after Christ ascended to heaven.

Apostles of Jesus: Images of Jesus' 12 Apostles, Paul, and Constantine: Saint Peter the Apostle

Get to Know the 12 Disciples of Jesus, Including Peter, John and More

Peter the Apostle was one of Christ's most devoted followers, yet he denied knowing the Savior. See how Peter offers hope to all followers of Jesus.

Meet Peter the Apostle, One of Jesus' Closest Friends

The 37 Miracles of Jesus, a chart showing which gospels include them, and where they are found.

Meet Simon the Zealot: Mystery Apostle: From left to right: Matthew, Thaddeus (Jude), and Simon the Zealot at the last supper in Jerusalem.

Meet Simon the Zealot: Mystery Apostle

Simon the Zealot remains a man of mystery among Jesus' twelve disciples. See why Bible scholars are still debating about Simon the Zealot today.

Meet the Apostle Nathanael, the True Israelite

Meet the Apostle Nathanael, the True Israelite

Nathanael, also named Bartholomew, was skeptical that anything good could come from Nazareth, until he met Jesus Christ. Learn why Nathanael had two names and why he called Jesus the Son of God.

Images of Jesus' 12 Apostles, Paul, and Constantine: Saint John the Apostle

Get to Know the 12 Disciples of Jesus, Including Peter, John and More

Apostles of Jesus: Images of Jesus' 12 Apostles, Paul, and Constantine: Saint John the Apostle

The Apostle John, brother to James, was nicknamed by Jesus one of the "sons of thunder," but he liked to call himself "the disciple whom Jesus loved." With his fiery temperament and special devotion to the Savior, he gained a favored place in Christ's inner circle.

Get to Know the 12 Disciples of Jesus, Including Peter, John and More

The 12 apostles were ordinary men God used in extraordinary ways to carry the gospel to the world. Learn about these disciples of Jesus Christ.

St Bartholomew the Apostle. Bartholomew was 1 of the 12 Apostles of Jesus. Usually identified with Nathanael (aka: spelled Nathaniel) mentioned in John 1. Introduced to Jesus by Philip, another of the 12 apostles as per (John 1:43-51). Also mentioned as “Nathanael of Cana in Galilee” in (John 21:2). Bartholomew is listed among the 12 Apostles of Christ in the 3 Synoptic gospels: Matthew 10:1-4 Mark 3:13-19 & Luke 6:12-16. He was also 1 of the witnesses of Jesus' Ascension   Acts 1:4,12,13…

St Bartholomew the Apostle. Bartholomew was 1 of the 12 Apostles of Jesus. Usually identified with Nathanael (aka: spelled Nathaniel) mentioned in John 1. Introduced to Jesus by Philip, another of the 12 apostles as per (John 1:43-51). Also mentioned as “Nathanael of Cana in Galilee” in (John 21:2). Bartholomew is listed among the 12 Apostles of Christ in the 3 Synoptic gospels: Matthew 10:1-4 Mark 3:13-19 & Luke 6:12-16. He was also 1 of the witnesses of Jesus' Ascension Acts 1:4,12,13…

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