Talks on Mark

Talks on Mark

Nils von Kalm || Anglican Overseas Aid || Mark 5:25-34

This week we’re joined by Nils von Kalm from our Mission Partner Anglican Overseas Aid, looking at Mark 5:25-34. We’ve been proudly supporting AOA for nearly 30 years, partnering with them to give people across the world an abundant life to the fulle…

Blurry Vision || Summer Stories || Mark 8:22-33

Spitting isn’t great, socially. It’s pretty gross, especially in a pandemic. But when Jesus spits in his hands and rubs it into a blind man’s eyes, the blind man is healed – but only after a second attempt by Jesus. Initially, the man has blurry vision…

Jesus Meets Our Needs || Summer Stories || Mark 8:1-21

Through 2020, we saw scenes that we may never have expected – supermarket shelves empty of food and toilet paper. In 2021, Tim encourages us to trust that Jesus will provide all our needs, just as he did for the 4000 people (and the 5000 in a previous …

Good Leadership || Mark 10:35-45

In this weeks sermon, Julie talks about Leadership. Jesus used leadership all the time, he was constantly leading not only his disciples but complete strangers. Julie talks about how to be a leader like Jesus, how to follow his example, and how to …

Local Missions Expo || Mark 5:1-20

This week, Julie brings us a story from the book of Mark, of the freedom that comes through mission, and invites three guests to talk about their experiences with different parts of local mission.

A Seeker || Jesus vs… || Mark 12:28-34

What does it mean to be a Christian in this day and age? Sometimes we can complicate the answer when it can easily be summed up in one word: love. But for such a common and meaningful word, “love” can be vague. So what does it really mean? This week, T…

The Sadducees || Jesus vs… || Mark 12:18-27

Death is inevitable, whether we often think about it or not, and that can be troubling. But have any of us got reason to believe there is more to life than just our physical existence? And if so, how confident can we really be? This week, Tim brings us…

The Pharisees || Jesus vs… || Mark 12:13-17

No one really enjoys paying tax. Some of us don’t mind, but tax is generally regarded as a “necessary evil” in our modern society. In Jesus’ time, however, tax served as a harsh reminder of foreign rule – of Roman occupation. This week, Tim continues t…

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