Mary is the virgin mother of Jesus. She is a Jew. At the time of her conception of Jesus, scholars suggest Mary is at most fourteen or fifteen years old. She is present at His first miracle of turning water into wine. Mary is also present at the crucifixion of her son. Near the point of death, Jesus leaves John, one of His disciples, in charge of caring for Mary after His death. Due to her unquestioning faith at being chosen as the mother of Jesus, some view Mary as being the first Christian.