Join us as we continue our series in Mark's Gospel looking at Jesus the servant king. This morning we looked at Jesus walking on the water. The story shows us Jesus the unwilling celebrity, the unimpressive disciples, Jesus revealing the unveiled presence of God and the unexpected key to the story (the feeding of the 5,000).

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Join us as we close our week of prayer by looking at Jesus' High Priestly Prayer and the glory of God as revealed in Jesus and that we can know and be transformed by.

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Join us as we begin our week of prayer by asking, as did the disciples, 'how should we pray?' Here we see that this is not obvious. The disciples have spent all their lives in religious circles and yet do not know how to pray. And we see that Jesus offers more than just a prayer to pray, but a framework to shape all of their prayers.

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Join us as we continue our series in Mark's Gospel looking at Jesus the servant king. This morning we look at Jesus feeding the crowd of 5,000. We look at what Jesus is revealing about his identity and his mission through miraculously providing bread in the wilderness; just as his Father had done in the exodus.

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Join us as we continue our series in Mark's Gospe looking at Jesus the servant king. This morning we look at the account of John the Baptist's death at the hands of Herod.

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Join us as we continue our series in mark's Gospel looking at Jesus the Servant King. This morning we look at Jesus now sending his disciples out to go and replicate what Jesus has done among them.

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Join us as we continue our series in Mark's Gospel, looking at Jesus the servant king. Last week we saw the power of simple faith in Jesus as a woman was healed from a debilitating disease and a young girl who was raised from the dead. This week we see the power of unbelief in Jesus' rejection at Nazareth. We see (i) an unexpected homecoming, (ii) an unattractive manifesto, (iii) an unfit background and (iv) a constraining unbelief.

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Join us as we continue our series in Mark's Gospel, looking at Jesus the servant King. This morning we look at Jesus' encounter with the destructive and degenerative power of disease and death and his reversal of its opposition to the Kingdom of God. Listen in as we see that in the midst of overall lack of faith in Jesus, these two characters are going to display the radical faith in Jesus that is necessary in the Kingdom he's establishing.

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Join us as we continue our series in Mark's gospel looking at Jesus the servant king. This week we look at Jesus healing a man ossessed by many demons. We see the demons (even when the crowd don't yet) recognising who Jesus is, we see that although the demons looked so powerful before, when confronted by Jesus we see they are powerless. And we see the contrast between Satan's minsitry of oppression, isolation and destruction and Jesus' minsitry of renewal, redemption and salvation.

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Join us as we continue our series in Mark's Gospel looking at Jesus the servant king. This morning we look at Jesus calming the storm as we are, like the disciples, forced to ask ourselves, who is Jesus? The threat of death in the storm reveals the disciples lack of faith in Jesus, whilst Jesus calming the storm shows his divinity.

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