Mark: Why did Jesus come?

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He’s the central figure in the world’s best-selling book. He’s had more influence on world history than any other person. Most people in the world consider him to be a good teacher. A billion people revere him as a prophet. A third of the world’s population worship him as God. But why did Jesus come?

Over three weeks we’ll be looking at the earliest written record of Jesus life, the bible book of Mark, to hear from the lips of Jesus himself the answer to this crucial question.

Date: June (1), July (2)

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Sermons (3)

to give his life
Mark 10:32-45 (Part of the Mark: Why did Jesus come? series).
Preached by Nigel Styles on July 10, 2016 (The Sunday Service).
to call sinners
Mark 2:1-17 (Part of the Mark: Why did Jesus come? series).
Preached by Nigel Styles on July 3, 2016 (The Sunday Service).
to preach
Mark 1:14-39 (Part of the Mark: Why did Jesus come? series).
Preached by Nigel Styles on June 26, 2016 (The Sunday Service).
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Sundays at 10.30am at Bramcote College, Moor Lane, Bramcote, NG9 3GA

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