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The First Supper (Mark 14:1-26)

By Mark, Talks

There can be a lot of things that are confusing when you’re new to the Christian faith. One of the biggest of them is why everyone makes such a big deal about one man’s blood! What’s so special about the blood of Jesus? Why does Jesus’ blood need to be spilled in order for our sins to be forgiven? That’s what we’ll be exploring in this passage as we watch Jesus sit down for a final meal with his disciples. At the end, we’ll be celebrating the Lord’s Supper together as a community as we put into practice what we discover.

Welcome to Village Church. We’re a community that’s all about loving Jesus and loving one another. To find out more, head to vc.org.au, we’d love to hear from you.

The Temple of Doom (Mark 13)

By Mark, Talks

Welcome to Village Church. We’re a community that’s all about loving Jesus and loving one another. To find out more, head to vc.org.au, we’d love to hear from you. This week, we’re continuing our series in Mark’s Gospel, as Sam looks at Jesus’ challenging words in Mark 13, reflecting on the destruction of the temple.

Authenticity (Mark 11:1-25)

By Mark, Talks

It’s fair to say we all want to live authentically. So what can we do when we’re faced with the inconsistencies that show up in our own lives? In this passage, Jesus shows us how to deal with the parts of our life that don’t line up with how we want to live, and gives us a relief-valve that releases the pressure of simply ‘putting on a face’ when we sin.

Welcome to Village Church. We’re a community that’s all about loving Jesus and loving one another. To find out more, head to vc.org.au, we’d love to hear from you.

Glory (Mark 10:32-52)

By Mark, Talks

Welcome to Village Church. We’re a community that’s all about loving Jesus and loving one another. To find out more, head to vc.org.au, we’d love to hear from you. This week, we’re continuing our series in Mark’s Gospel, as Philip walks us through two requests of Jesus. While his disciples ask Jesus for glory, a blind beggar asks Jesus for mercy. And three guesses as to which Jesus is more excited about answering. In this section, we see Jesus’ heart for those who know their need, and his heart to see his followers raising up those who are in need.