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Mark

Living the Way of Jesus in the World

Mark

Living the Way of Jesus in the World

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Paperback / softback

£4.99

Publisher: Inter-Varsity Press
ISBN: 9781789743661
Number of Pages: 80
Published: 21/10/2021
Width: 14.8 cm
Height: 21 cm
The revelation of God in Jesus Christ ignites desire to live his way in the world. Resurrection power fuels it. Part of LICC's Gateway Seven series, this small group study explores how Mark, the shortest of the gospels, invites you to immerse yourself in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus and consider his life-changing announcement that the kingdom of God has come. Set out in six easy-to-follow sessions, this is a brilliant Bible study on Mark that is packed full of astute questions, mini-features and contemporary stories which will draw you into Mark's remarkable account of the astounding person of Jesus and help you dig deeper into the radical implications of his joyful news for all of life today. Mark is an ideal Bible study for small groups looking to really get the most out of the beloved gospel, but it can also be used individually to support your discipleship in everyday life. It can be read on its own, or it can be used alongside the other volumes in LICC's Gateway Seven series to open up the riches of all of Scripture for the whole of life. Hope-filled and healing, disruptive and demanding, love-growing and fear-beating, this is the way of King Jesus you're invited to live, Monday through Sunday.

Tracy Cotterell (Reader)

Tracy Cotterell has worked for 16 years with the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity, latterly as Managing Director. She is currently LICC's Senior Mission Associate, a Board Director of the Evangelical Alliance, and engaged in the development of disciplemaking models for today's culture. She has theology degrees from the London School of Theology and Redcliffe College, and a background in research and strategic planning in the marketing industry.

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