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MISSIONARY GOD - The Gospel According to Mark

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MISSIONARY GOD - WEEK 9- Mark 1:40-45

At the end of Mark chapter 1, we read the encounter of Jesus healing a leper. If we’re honest, most of us are probably more like this guy with leprosy than we’d like to think. We're law-breakers, ungrateful, and outright disobedient – BUT GOD… who chose to meet him with grace, will meet us with that very same grace today. God’s grace is better than you could ever ask for or imagine and His grace has a name...His name is Jesus! Check out Pastor Rob's message from this past Sunday as we wrap up Mark chapter 1!

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MISSIONARY GOD - The Gospel According to Mark

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MISSIONARY GOD - WEEK 8- Mark 1:34-39

If Jesus doesn't TRUST and OBEY, every single one of us remains enslaved to sin, oppressed by Satan, bound in our guilt and shame, and chained to our shackles of self-reliance. But if He does, we have yet another reason to praise God and thank Him for sending Jesus! Check out week 8 of our series studying the Book of Mark as Pastor Rob preaches on Mark 1:34-39. 

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MISSIONARY GOD - The Gospel According to Mark

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MISSIONARY GOD - WEEK 7- Mark 1:29-34

This day in the life of Jesus is amazing and reveals how much God hates the effects sin has had on His world. But Jesus’ actions during this day not only reveal that He came to eradicate sin and death from the entire earth in a global sense, but He’s also on mission to eradicate sin and death from the tiny corners of your everyday life! If you’re suffering and/or struggling give this message a listen – let Jesus take your hand and lift you up!

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MISSIONARY GOD - The Gospel According to Mark

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 MISSIONARY GOD - WEEK 6- Mark 1:21-28

"The reason the Son of God appeared was to destroy the works of the devil.”

After thousands of years, the "Snake Crusher", promised by God in Genesis 3:15 has arrived. And in this section of Mark Jesus begins His ministry of shining His light into the darkness... We who once walked in darkness and have been saved by His grace, are now called to shine His light into the darkness around us,  Declaring His Gospel and Displaying His Glory.

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MISSIONARY GOD - The Gospel According to Mark

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 MISSIONARY  GOD - WEEK 5 - Mark 1:16-20

Disciples of Jesus Christ submit to the authority of King Jesus, are obedient to His call and are allegiant to His mission. This was Jesus' call to His first four followers and this is His call to all of us today. It’s a high call and it’s has a great cost. How willing are you to trust and follow Jesus? Give a listen to Week 5 of Missionary God

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MISSIONARY GOD - The Gospel According to Mark

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MISSIONARY GOD - WEEK 3 - Mark 1:9-13

Mark 1:9-13 describes an extremely important event in the life and ministry of Jesus. These verses reveal a necessary part of God’s plan of human redemption. During these 40 days, Jesus is shouldering the entire hope of humanity. We need a perfect substitute, one who can trust God perfectly, resist temptation and defeat Satan – Thank God we have One and His name is Jesus! 

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MISSIONARY GOD - The Gospel According to Mark - Week 2

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MISSIONARY GOD - WEEK 2 - MARK  1:1-8

John the “baptizer” was a different kind of guy. His clothes and diet were weird and his message was unlike anything anyone had ever heard. He was sent by God to prepare the way for the WAY and this WAY is the way of grace. Grace is a message that’s counter-intuitive, hard to grasp, and oftentimes frustrating. It’s undomesticated, not tame, and beats to it’s own drum – kind of like John. Will you receive grace? Check out week 2 of our series, The Gospel According to Mark.

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