Following Jesus

Studies in Mark 9-16

Following JesusAt Highfields Church, we're committed to spreading a passion for Jesus. But who was Jesus? And why would people want to spread a passion for him?!  This term we have the wonderful privilege of continuing our study of the gospel of Mark, as we continue to take a deep and thought-provoking look at the life of Jesus. 

Mark claims he's the Messiah (the long awaited saviour-king) and the Son of God (the world's true Lord), and his account witnesses both religious insiders (like Peter in Mark 8:29) and Roman outsiders (like the Centurion in Mark 15:39) being convinced. The gospel of Mark is often read at the start of someone's journey of faith—certainly many within Highfields church came to follow Jesus through reading these famous words—but don't ever write Mark off as 'just for beginners'.

We're convinced that there's something here for both young and old, newcomers to Christianity and seasoned pros. Join us this term in our studies in Mark as we follow Jesus. They might just change your life. You might even find yourself wanting to spread a passion for him too.

Do join us on Sunday mornings as we look at the life of Jesus.

All services in this series:

Title Description Tags
Palm Sunday 05 Apr - Online Morning Service - 10:30am - Jon Reeves - Mark 14:26-72 Morning Worship
Good Friday: Crucified! 10 Apr - Online Morning Service - 10:30am - Michael Teutsch - Mark 15:1-39 Special Event, Easter, Morning Worship
Easter Day: Risen! 12 Apr - Online Morning Service - 10:30am - Dave Gobbett - Mark 15:40-16:8 Morning Worship Cathays, Special Event, Easter

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Book Review

King's Cross by Tim Keller

kings crossThis book is an extended meditation on the Gospel of Mark. It shows us that the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ are the central events of cosmic and human history, as well as the central organising principles of the world.

King's Cross is ideal for both followers and would-be followers of Christ - both thought-provoking and heart-stirring in equal measure.

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