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Mark 5:21-43

Jesus meets two individuals with desperate needs. One needs to acknowlege Him as she clings for healing - the other must ignore the environment and choose to cling to Jesus.


Mark 6:1-31

Believe it or not, you don't have to have it all together to serve Jesus Christ. In this week's study of the Gospel of Mark we learn how Jesus trained His disciples through disappointment and death to bring the gospel.


Mark 7:1-37

It's much easier for us to follow rules than to allow the character of God to rule our behavior. Jesus challenges us to let go of law and let the Spirit guide.


Mark 5:1-20

Jesus frees a man inhabited by thousands of demons. You may not be possessed by a demon - but what destructive habits possess you? Find freedom in Jesus!


Mark 4:1-41

Many people have bullet-proof armor around their hearts - so that God's truth simply bounces off. Learn about how to have a soft heart and fertile soil to grow God's truth


Mark 3:1-35

Jesus is labeled as rebellious Jew, crazy man, evil demon possessed and mere human. Will you choose one of these labels? The Lord wants you to engage Him in order to find out for yourself.


Mark 2:1-27

How much of what you think do and say is under your control - and should it? Learn how Jesus can take control of more of your life.


Mark 1:1-45

Jesus springs on the scene with no pedigree, no history, and only a strange man to vouch for him. And yet people were instantly drawn to Him - why?


Judith

How do we accurately assess our past year and plan for the next. We'll learn some practical and spiritual tips on how to see God in the past, present, and future from a man who had many regrets and fears - the Apostle Peter.


Judith

What would Christmas without Christ be like? If you really think about it, you might be surprised how familiar it is. This week we get down to the real core of Christmas.


2Corinthians 13:1-14

If only we


2Corinthians 12:1-21

We learn the secret of Paul the Apostle - that though he saw things no other man has ever seen, the most important secret of all is letting us fall by the wayside and let God live through us.


2Corinthians 11

How gullible are you? How quick are you to believe what you hear - and what do you base your decisions on? The Corinthians were too quick to believe, and we can learn lessons ourselves on how to know truth from error.


2Corinthians 10

Learn to tell the difference between real spiritual power and fake power. Paul tells us that being impressive doesn't mean you are effective. Learn too how to take your very thoughts captive.


2Corinthians 9

In this study we


2Corinthians 8:1-24

Have you ever wondered whether tithing was in the New Testament? You might be surprised at the answer. Find out the 11 qualities of true giving to God as we continue our study of Paul's letter to the Corinthians.


2Corinthians 7

When I say


2Corinthians 6

What kind of gauge do you use to measure your effectiveness? Often we use the world as our measure and it leads us to see failure, when God really sees success. Learn the keys to accurately measuring your life for God.


2Corinthians 5:1-21

When we look to the outside appearance of things our senses, and our emotions can mislead us. We need to look to what changes God is making in us, in preparing us for a new body and a new life with Him


2Corinthians 4

Is it okay to be doing badly? Is it okay to be weak? The world would say "no" but the Apostle Paul uses weakness and discouragement to see the Lord's life created in him and others.


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