Jesus Christ is the most popular person who ever lived, yet he is also the most misunderstood person who ever lived.

I believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.
— C. S. Lewis

Billions of people all over the world claim to follow his teachings. More books have been written about him and love songs sung to him than any other person in the history of the world. The Bible, which was the first book ever printed on the printing press, as well as the biggest selling book of all time and perennial best seller, focuses on his life.

I am an historian, I am not a believer, but I must confess as a historian that this penniless preacher from Nazareth is irrevocably the very center of history. Jesus Christ is easily the most dominant figure in all history.
— H. G. Wells

His influence is unprecedented. Many people, from some of the greatest leaders the earth has ever seen to the homeless living under a bridge, declare their devotion to him. His birth was so impactful, the Christmas holiday is one of the largest celebrations on earth. His life was so monumental that the majority of the nations around the world mark the years with reference to when he was born with the time designations of B.C. (Before Christ) and A.D. (Latin, Anno Domini meaning 'year of our Lord'). Multitudes profess to be his followers. But how much do you really know about him?

I am a Jew, but I am enthralled by the luminous figure of the Nazarene....No one can read the Gospels without feeling the actual presence of Jesus. His personality pulsates in every word. No myth is filled with such life.
— Albert Einstein

Consider this—he didn’t own a house, wasn’t a king or ruler with land and subjects, had no army, penned no books of his own, never traveled more than 320 miles from his birthplace, chose disciples that were either formally uneducated or social outcasts, ministered during a time when his homeland was conquered by a foreign power, lived in lower middle-class conditions for most of his life, only spoke publicly for three years, and was executed in his early thirties like a criminal.

A man who was completely innocent, offered himself as a sacrifice for the good of others, including his enemies, and became the ransom of the world. It was a perfect act.
— Mahatma Gandhi

No one should remember Jesus. No one should care about a Jewish peasant teacher from thousands of years ago. Would you expect this person to even be remembered in his own lifetime? Probably not. However, he is not just recalled from the pages of history like George Washington or Napoleon or King Tut or Tupac Shakur. He is adored. He is cherished. He is worshipped.

I know men and I tell you that Jesus Christ is no mere man. Between Him and every other person in the world there is no possible term of comparison. Alexander, Caesar, Charlemagne, and I have founded empires. But on what did we rest the creation of our genius? Upon force. Jesus Christ founded His empire upon love; and at this hour millions of men would die for Him.
— Napoleon Bonaparte

Does Jesus deserve such veneration from one person much less billions of people? Is this just more misplaced attention from desperate people looking for something or someone to hope in? Let’s see. Take a journey with Jesus in Days With Jesus as we see him through the eyes of his best friend, John.

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What if you could hang out with Jesus?

Though we will never know for sure, these videos give us an idea of what Jesus would have been like at some of his most critical moments.


Jesus creates wine

Jesus Gathers His Crew

The Last Ride With The Crew

One Last Meal With The Crew


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The Bible tells us that Jesus miraculously walked on water showing his power as God over creation. While this is impressive, what God can do in changing the human heart is infinitely more impressive. We are designed to have a relationship with the God who loves us, but sin in the world and sin in our hearts causes us to be separated--from God, from others, even from ourselves. We live in a constant state of rebellion but our brokenness and guilt won't find repair apart from God. How do we fix our situation?

We can't. We need God. We need Jesus.

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The 'Gospel' is the good news that people can be changed by the power of God.

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We know that things are not right. We sense we should be better, we sense the world should be better, but we don't know why or how. The Bible tells us humans were designed for a perfect relationship with God, others, and themselves. But then sin happened in the world and in our hearts. Sin is failure to live up to God's perfect standard.

Because all people are born into sin, it makes them unable to please God or save themselves. There are no good works or religious things that can make up for a sinful nature--it has to be forgiven and changed. The first step of connecting with God is admitting your sin has separated you from Him. 



Once we admit there is a problem that we can't fix between ourselves and a perfect God, we need to accept the truth about salvation--that only Jesus can save us from guilt, judgment, and hell. Someone has to pay eternally for your sin, either Jesus or you.

The Bible says Jesus died on the cross to forgive the sin of anyone who would repent (to change the mind so it changes the behavior) and in faith believe on Him as Savior. This belief is not just a head-acknowledgement of information but a heart-acceptance of transformation. The death of Jesus is the innocent in place of the guilty, the perfect in place of the sinful. 

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After we admit we are sinners in need of a Savior and believe Jesus died for our sins and rose from the dead, we are to reach out to God in prayer and confession of the truths we believe. Are you ready to confess what you believe and start eternal life now? There are no magic words to pray, but if you know you need the love and forgiveness of God, pray out loud like this. "Jesus, I ask you to forgive my sin and rebellion against you. I believe you died on the cross for me and rose from the dead showing your power over death, judgment, and hell. I ask you to transform my life and make me into the person you want me to be. Fill me with your Holy Spirit and help me to honor you with my life. Thank you for loving me!" Welcome to the family of God! The next step is to find a Bible-teaching church and get baptized and involved. If you need help finding a good church in your area, email us.

There is no such thing as a 'closet-Christian', if you prayed that prayer, tell, text, or email someone who needs to know and tell us too!

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Want to go to the land of Jesus?

We often take guided teaching trips to the land of Israel led by Jim Jackson or another teacher from Days With Jesus. This trip will bring scripture to life and help those seeking to better understand Jesus and his times to connect the Bible to history. Your life will never be the same, so get on our interest list!



  • Airfare and lodging
  • Breakfast and dinners
  • All accesses to toured areas
  • In-depth teaching at each biblical area