What is it that makes someone a good or bad person? In today’s passage we see what Jesus has to say about it, and it’s not what you might think.
When the disciples return from their ministry tour in the villages around Galilee, they could be excused for thinking they already knew everything about Jesus. Yet in our passage today, we see there are significant blind spots in their understanding of who Jesus really is, blindspots which we often share with them. Join with us…
This week we think about a word loaded with emotional baggage, ‘repentance’. So what is it, and why is it so important? We answer those questions by looking at a King who makes a whole host of mistakes, but refuses to admit to them! Focus Text: Mark 6:14-29
In Mark 6:1-13 Jesus returns to his home town, but all that awaits him is rejection and contempt. It’ might appear to be an incredibly shocking response, but it is one he uses to teach his disciples some vital lessons about ministry.
We continue our series in the gospel of Mark by looking at a very timely passage for our current situation as a nation. Two people approach Jesus for help amidst their desperation and his response gives them hope; and us too, if we would but ask for it in faith. Focus Text – Mark 5:21-43
Upon arriving on the gentile side of the sea of Galilee, Jesus is met by a man under the influence of an evil spirit. Jesus’ gracious response to this man offers hope for us all, as we question whose influence we are actually under?
Alan offers us three ways that we can meet with God.
This week Nathan helps us to understand the Parable of the Sower, ensuring we listen to its warning to pay attention to how we hear.
Our guest speaker Rich Tearle, Pastor of Mickfield Evangelical Church, speaks to us from the Old Testament book of Proverbs and reminds us of the importance of keeping watch over our heart.
Our guest speaker Rich Tearle, Pastor of Mickfield Evangelical Church, unearths the key ingredients of faith found in the New Testament book of Titus.