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Christianity offers people the best news. That may not be your experience of Christianity so far. But when we take the time to look into the life of Jesus and his deep compassion for people, his extraordinary teaching and then his death on the cross, and what Jesus says about that, we can begin to see the truth of that claim.
Will you come and see if Jesus offers you the best news?
The Christianity Explored course looks at Mark's gospel - one of the accounts of Jesus' life and death in the New Testament. We look at three questions: who is Jesus? What did he come to do? Why is it important for everyone? It's informal, there's no pressure, there's plenty of time for discussion and opportunities to ask any questions. It's also a great course for Christians to brush up on the basics. Don't you want to hear some good news for a change?
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You can listen to Mark's gospel here. Or you can
Christianity Explored has a helpful website with people's stories and answers to frequently asked questions.
Christianity Explored was written by Rico Tice and Barry Cooper.
The World We All Want is a 5 week course that gives you the chance to see for yourself that the Bible is good news for you. There's plenty of discussion and lots of opportunities to ask any questions.
The course takes a sweeping look through the unfolding story of the Bible and shows how all the things we long for in this world - security, plenty and friendship - are promised by God for his people. The Bible is the story of God making that promise and keeping it: through Jesus Christ.
|THE WORLD WE ALL WANT|
|1||God promises the world we all want & Jesus shows it to us||Revelation 21-22, Mark 5, 8|
|2||We have spoiled God's good world but God promises a new world||Genesis 1-3, 12|
|3||We cannot create God's new world||Nehemiah 9, Ezekiel 36|
|4||We can enjoy God's new world because of Jesus||Mark 15-16|
|5||Christians are God's people waiting for God's new world||Acts 1-2|
The World We All Want is based on the course written by Tim Chester and Steve Timmis.