Contributed on Aug 1, 2015
Mark sets the scene of Jesus in a strange place, in a strange situation with a couple of strange outcomes. The result is that Jesus shows he is open to all people.
Hope found in Jesus. Ever been the stranger in a situation, maybe the people you are visiting know you are coming, but still you are the stranger. Maybe there’s something you want, maybe there’s something you’re expected to provide. There could be uncertainty, there could be ...read more
Contributed on Jul 24, 2015
A sermonette that ties in with OWSOMS, One week's salary on missionary service.
In The Salvation Army at this time of the year we are asked to respond to the work of the kingdom of God by giving sacrificially. Now this is a challenge, it started through one or two individuals giving of their time and resources so that others might be able to be fed and sheltered. ...read more
Contributed on Aug 7, 2015
Within the descriptions of the feeding of the 5000, there are a few key learnings for the church, Jesus didn't feed them he multiplied the food, but the task was the disciples, the task was their's as it is ours.
Did Jesus really feed 5000, Mark 6:35-44 I’ve been wondering a bit lately about the multiplication miracles. As a group of people who are Bible believing Christians, what is your thinking is it the same as mine? Did Jesus feed the five thousand, I don’t think he did? Before you get ...read more