In the final chapter of Mark, we’re left hanging in verse 8 with some women, having seen the miraculous power of God at the empty tomb of Jesus, running away scared, confused and silent. Often, we too struggle with circumstances we didn’t hope for, expect or understand. And yet, Jesus calls us to trust Him…
In Mark 7, Jesus challenges the oral traditions promoted by the Pharisees as well as the social hierarchy of the day.
The tongue-in-cheek title of this message hints at the challenges that prophecy can be for us personally and corporately in our church. Today, we unpack some of those challenges and discover God’s consistent intention for us to know Him and to walk in His truth.
In Mark 6, the disciples experience some of the challenges of being a Jesus follower. How does Jesus deal with this? How should we respond to this?
After touching on bible translations, this week we look at Mark 2. Jesus saw people in a different way – challenging traditions and expectations as He forgave sins, dined with tax collectors and sinners, and didn’t fast like other religious people.
This week, Matt unpacks the dramatic and intentional initiation of Jesus into ministry from Mark 1:1-13
Trust isn’t about knowing, but believing. This week we look at the important things to consider in trusting, and that Jesus totally covers all of them and is completely trustworthy.
This is the second of a three week series. This week, Matt looks at understanding the distortion of sex and how we should respond to sexual immorality in our own lives, the church and community.
In Romans, Paul has spent the best part of 11 chapters unpacking the Gospel – what God has done and who it is for. Today, in the final part of this series on Romans we look at chapter 12-15, in which Paul shifts the focuses to how we should respond to God’s love, grace and mercy.