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Kevin Sale teaches from Mark 10:32-45 as part of the Discipleship Now (DNOW) weekend, which was focused on helping students in 6th-12th grades to be able to see the big picture – of Jesus as King on his throne.  We all would like to make a name for ourselves.  Is it important to look at […]

Kevin Bentley teaches from Mark 2:1-12 about how those in community can help each other through life. Also sharing about the power of transformation through authentic groups were others in the church– Brad, Allison, and Benay. We grow through mutual encouragement, mutual support, and mutual challenge. Additional Scripture references: Genesis 2:18; Hebrews 10:24; Ecclesiastes 4:9-12

David denHartog teaches through Mark 10:35-52.  Jesus asks a pair of brothers in this text, and he also asks a blind beggar: What do you want out of life?  We can learn much from their answers, and from Jesus’ responses to them.  How would you answer Jesus?  What do you want?

Dean Elliott continues Amber Alert: Lost in Johnson County, with a lesson from Mark 4:1-34.  Why does anyone want to listen to Jesus?  They listen because someone tells them about Him.  There are 3 spheres of responsibility when the Gospel is shared – our’s, their’s, and God’s. Scripture references: John 10:19; 2 Corinthians 4:1-5; John 6:44-47 (The […]

Dean Elliott concludes the Roller Coaster series, teaching from Mark 9:14-29 about how we can have the supernatural power to say yes to walk in God’s will.  Our prayer life anticipates and expects to grab ahold of the mighty power of God so we can do things that are supernatural.

Dean Elliott continues the Roller Coaster series, focusing on what we ask for in prayer.  We must learn to say no to the flesh, so that we can say yes to God’s will and the power of the Holy Spirit.  Beginning in Mark 14:27, we look at the most colossal blunder of the flesh compared to […]

David denHartog teaches about the third meaning of “salvation” or “saved” found in the New Testament.  In these passages, the words are speaking of a reward that comes at Jesus’ return to those that have lived faithfully during their life on earth. Scripture references: Mark 8:34-38; Ecclesiastes 2:4-10; I Peter 1:3; James 1:21; Hebrews 3:14 […]

David denHartog teaches about Proportional Giving at the Next Step Commitment Event held at the Cleburne Conference Center.  The widow was commended by Jesus because what she gave was a greater percentage of what she had; compared to the others – who still had much left over after they gave.