Jesus: Son of Man – Son of God, August 27

We are exploring the story of Jesus as described in the shortest, and first written, of the four biographies of Jesus – the Gospel of Mark.

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Jesus: Son of Man – Son of God, August 20

Mark is very much a tell-it-like-it-is Gospel – actions speak louder than words. It reads like a 30-minute TV show: fast-moving and action-packed.

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Jesus: Son of Man – Son of God, August 13

In many ways, we have become too familiar and comfortable with the story of Jesus found in the gospels. We forget how this story rocked the first century world. It is history before it is theology.

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Jesus: Son of Man – Son of God, August 6

The Gospel of Mark has some interesting patterns indicating a deliberate strategy on Mark’s behalf to write a rip-roaring account of the life of Jesus.

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Jesus: Son of Man – Son of God, July 30

Stephen Baxter: Introduction to the Gospel of Mark. Featuring Mark Chapter One

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Light Matters, Part 4

In a call to discipleship, Nathan Lattimore suggests that light is not an end unto itself, but serves to make visible what is true and real. Ephesians 5:8-15

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Light Matters, Part 3

Joel Ortiz reflects on the understanding that not only is Jesus the light of the world, but WE are the light of the world. Matthew 5:13-16 NB: This sermon preached with translation into po-karen language.

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Light Matters Part 2

Stephen Baxter focuses on the identity and purpose of Jesus. Jesus brought God’s light close for us all to see and know. John 1:1-18

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Light Matters Part 1

Stephen Baxter introduces the new series by focusing on the significance of the “light” metaphor, recurring throughout scripture. Genesis 1:1-27 This recording includes a short snippet of Alpha Episode One. You can watch the entire video here (22 mins) >>> Alpha Episode One 

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Core Values: Our Growth

Stephen Baxter concludes the series on our Core Values with this important reminder: We value growing – by encouraging each other to deeper spirituality and wider influence.

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