HS Week #4: Leave Comfort

HS Director, Sean Duncan speaking on Mark 1:6-8. He spoke about God’s call for us to leave comfort, be courageous, and share Jesus with others. Mark 1:6-8 6 Now John was clothed with camel’s hair and wore a leather belt around his waist and ate locusts and wild honey. 7 And he preached, saying, “After me comes […]

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MS Week #4: Cleansing the Leper

Brad Libolt speaking on Mark 1:35-45. He spoke about Jesus’s sacrifice that makes unclean people clean. Encouraging us to have a devotion to prayer that reflects the model Jesus demonstrates for us. Intro Let’s say you are going to wash a car. You rinse off your car with water, then you take a bucket filled […]

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HS Week #3: Baptism

Dave Williams speaking on Mark 1:4-5. He spoke about the purpose of baptism, clarifying its significance and importance. Reminding us to put our hope and trust in God. Intro The Gospel is good news. It is the story of deliverance from bondage of things of this world. Jesus is our salvation. It is in his […]

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MS Week #3: Jesus’ Authority

Dave Williams speaking on Mark 1:21-34. He spoke about the difference between demon possession and illness. Encouraging us to remember Jesus’ authority over both demons and sickness. 21 And they went into Capernaum, and immediately on the Sabbath he entered the synagogue and was teaching. 22 And they were astonished at his teaching, for he taught them as one […]

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HS Week #2: Save & Sanctify

Dave Williams speaking on Mark 1:1-3. Dave spoke about the scripture Mark is quoting from the prophets Malachi and Isaiah, reminding us of Jesus’ mission to save and sanctify us. Mark is ultimately pointing us to the Gospel, the great equalizer, encouraging us to confess our sins to the Lord because he came to forgive […]

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MS Week #2 : Repent and Believe the Gospel

Brad Libolt speaking on Mark 1:9-20. He spoke about how Jesus fits the Moses model and does it even better. Asking us if we have made the decision to follow Jesus, if we would respond like the disciples and be willing to leave what we know for him. Intro Michael Jordan is considered the greatest […]

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