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“But it shall not be so among you. But whoever would be great among you must be your servant, and whoever would be first among you must be slave of all. For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” (Mark 10:43-45)

Principle:

Instead of falling into the tidal waves of self-seeking, self-promotion and self-glorification, we actively practice self-sacrifice and serving, in our homes, workplaces & community.

If we find ourselves in positions of authority then we use the power gifted to us to generate possibility for those who have less access to opportunity.

Habit:

Habit 9: We commit to the monthly observance of communion, as a solemn remembrance of the gospel of Jesus.
Habit 10: We commit to actively looking for daily acts of service in our workplaces & neighbourhoods.
Habit 11: We commit to generating possibility for someone with less access to opportunity by actively recruiting, developing and mentoring them.
Prayer:
Jesus may your life, death and resurrection be enfolded into our daily living that we might die to self, and live not to be served, but to serve, and so live in closest proximity to your glory.



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Good Friday Sermon

But Why?
11 Reasons Why Jesus Came to Die

4. To Bear Our Shame



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The account of Jesus forgiving and healing the paralyzed man who was lowered through the roof by his friends (Mark 2:1-12)



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Part 4 in our series of People Jesus Met. This week Pastor Justin unpacks the story of Jesus raising the daughter of Jairus, with the interruption of the woman who was healed from her bleeding by touching Jesus’ cloak. Mark 5:21-43


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1. WHAT IS THE GREATEST MIRACLE JESUS CAN DO FOR OUR FRIENDS?

a. The packed house (Mark 2: 1-2)
b. The shocking statement (Mark 2: 3-5)
c. The seething scribes (Mark 2: 6-7)
d. The revealing response (Mark2: 8-12)

2. WHAT IS THE GREATEST THING WE CAN DO FOR OUR FRIENDS?

a. Lessons from the four friends (Mark 2: 1-5)
Compassion
Confidence
Co-operation
Creativity
Courage
Cost
Celebration
b. Four things we must do to bring our friends to Jesus
Pray fervently
Love practically
Witness clearly
Invite enthusiastically


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He is Risen! Mark 16

Dr Nat Schluter is married to Helen and they have four children. Nat has a D.Phil in Neuroscience and MA degrees in both Experimental Psychology and Theology.


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What’s so good about Good Friday? Mark 15

Dr Nat Schluter is married to Helen and they have four children. Nat has a D.Phil in Neuroscience and MA degrees in both Experimental Psychology and Theology.


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Exposed – Jesus the Tree and the Temple (Mark 11:1-21)

1. THE INTERPRETATION OF THE EVENTS
THE TREE
DESIRE: fruit
DISCOVERY: nothing but leaves
DISAPPOINTMENT: hunger unsatisfied
DISCIPLINE: tree cursed
THE TEMPLE
DESIRE: prayer
DISCOVERY: den of robbers
DISAPPOINTMENT: purpose unfulfilled
DISCIPLINE: temple cleared
2. THE APPLICATION OF THE EVENTS
To the church
To individual believers