Mark introduces Rebuilders 2017 with an overview of the cultural climate in which Australian churches find themselves, and an invitation to take up the mantle of preparing the ground for a generation to rebuild.
At our Mid-East PM Service this week, Mark interviews John Mark Comer about what discipleship looks like for him and his ministry.
In the chaos of the urban, digital age, it’s easier than ever before to “gain the whole world, and yet lose your soul.” In our Mid-East AM Service, John Mark takes us through how to stay emotionally and spiritually alive and awake through practicing the way of silence and solitude for apprenticeship to Jesus.
This week Mark invites our Red Apprentice Ministers as his panel of speakers, who share their up-close and personal experiences about ministry and how they've been shaped in a discipleship-rich environment.
Mark continues our series in Creating a Discipleship-Rich Environment with a practical look at putting strategies in place to grow in Christlikeness.
Mark starts our new Follow Me sub-series: Creating a Discipleship-Rich Environment. When the environment is against your flourishing as follower of Jesus, you need a plan to change your environment.
God needs us to know Him before we get busy doing His work – before mission can come through us, it has to come to us. Sarah opens Isaiah 42 & 43 to look at the way that Jesus brings renewal and breaks our cycles of idolatry and oppression, releasing us to be the witnesses God has created us to be.
Mark brings our Mission series into a focus of personal witnessing. When religion is seen as values rather than knowledge, and it is awkward to talk about your faith, how can followers of Christ stand confidently in Jesus as the way, truth and life?