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One of the most common misconceptions of discipleship is that there are different levels and that one is somehow better than the other. Discipleship is a journey, a progression, a moving forward, a lifetime of learning how to apply the same principles in new and more meaningful ways. There is a deepening of dependence, understanding, learning, serving, sacrifice, applying knowledge so it may turned into wisdom. In the same way as a child grows up and a parent will tell them “you are ready”, there are times in our discipleship journey where Jesus looks at us, knowing we are ready to take the next step…even when we don’t feel ready. This next series of Mark we see Jesus doing just that with his disciples.

Daniel Im - July 1, 2023

Letting Go of The Old

For the next four weeks, we're going to discover—in the Gospel of Mark—how Jesus didn't come to start a new "religion" called Christianity. Rather, He came to pave a new road away from "religion" as a straightjacket, as an oppressive tool, and as a list of rituals and actions...to a highway of faith, hope, and love.

Scripture References: Mark 2:18-22

From Series: "Losing My Religion"

For the next four weeks, we're going to discover—in the Gospel of Mark—how Jesus didn't come to start a new "religion" called Christianity. Rather, He came to pave a new road away from "religion" as a straightjacket, as an oppressive tool, and as a list of rituals and actions...to a highway of faith, hope, and love.

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Daniel Im - July 15, 2023

Blinded By The Law

Have you ever cut someone off—or gotten into an accident—because you forgot to check your blind spot? Or because someone else forgot to? Well, not only are blind spots an inevitable factor in driving but in life, we are often blinded by many different things. A pursuit for this, a desire for that, an obsession for this, and a grudge against that. This weekend, we are not only going to see how the Pharisees were blinded by the law and by their religion, but how easily we can fall into the same pattern that they do.

Scripture References: Mark 3:1-6

From Series: "Losing My Religion"

For the next four weeks, we're going to discover—in the Gospel of Mark—how Jesus didn't come to start a new "religion" called Christianity. Rather, He came to pave a new road away from "religion" as a straightjacket, as an oppressive tool, and as a list of rituals and actions...to a highway of faith, hope, and love.

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