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Book of Mark
From Series: " Still Good"
Is the gospel still meaningful in the light of our current reality – a divided world, a global pandemic, the renewed struggle against ages-old forces of racism and prejudice, a compromised church? Is the gospel a relic from a bygone era – part of, party to, or even the cause of much of the division and injustice we see in the world? Or is it still good news that can be trusted, that has never fully been lived out?
We’ll be examining whether or not this story, this family, and this message still offer people a foundation worth building our lives upon. We believe the gospel is a message with no expiration date, though it may look and sound differently in different times and places. It might even be more important than ever.
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