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Renew | Discipleship

February 17, 2019

Last week we looked at the mission of the church and the important part it plays in making the name of Jesus famous in the entire earth. This week, we look at the role of disciple-making in the life of the church, what a disciple actually is, and the purpose of a disciple. To be a disciple of Jesus is much more than simply obeying his teachings as a new sort of moral code. It is experiencing a transformed heart that leads to a life lived solely for the purpose of seeing God’s glory spread to the ends of the earth.

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Mark 6:30-56

November 11, 2018

The disciples and the followers of Jesus have all experienced amazing miracles accomplished by this Messiah. But if we have ears to hear and eyes to see, we will find that these are much more than just ordinary miracles. This is Yahweh, in flesh, bringing the Kingdom of God into a broken and hurting world.

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Mark 6:1-29

November 6, 2018

As the Kingdom begins to spread in the most unlikely of places, we see that Jesus is rejected by those most familiar with Him in His own hometown. We also see Jesus send out His disciples, but not without a warning - rejection will happen to them as well. We also see the ultimate rejection, the coming death of Jesus, foreshadowed by John the Baptist as he is beheaded by a king of this age. In all this, the Kingdom of God is not stopped and will accomplish its purposes.

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Mark 5:21-43

October 28, 2018

Crowds again begin to surround Jesus, and in the midst of this chaos, a prominent religious leader is humbled to the point of falling at the feet of Jesus. His daughter is sick and he needs help. Jesus agrees to see her, but on the way is interrupted by an oppressed woman also in need of healing. Jesus, full of compassion, deals with each need personally and completely, again revealing His authority, even over death.

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