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Welcome to 12:13!. Need to use the bathroom? Ask one of the parent volunteers. Need handouts from a previous week? Ask one of the parent volunteers. Need to borrow a pen? Loan the parent volunteers a shoe and they will loan you a pen! Need to talk with your friend?

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Welcome to 12:13!

Need to use the bathroom?

Ask one of the parent volunteers.

Need handouts from a previous week?

Ask one of the parent volunteers.

Need to borrow a pen?

Loan the parent volunteers a shoe and they will loan you a pen!

Need to talk with your friend?

Before or after class is OK, but not during.

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Parachutes Over Colombia:An Exciting Missions Opportunity!

  • Help “Voice of the Martyrs”drop Bibles into the hands of violent soldiers who are killing Christians in Colombia.
      • $6 per parachute
      • Offering: Today!
      • Assembly: Sunday, 3/13
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Bible Bowl RulesFebruary 27

  • Bibles CLOSED! (ESV)
  • Level 1 -- Qualifying Round
    • 20 questions -- 15 seconds each
    • Teams of three (any grade)
  • Level 2 -- Competition Round
    • 20 questions -- 20 seconds each
    • Top 5 teams from each grade
  • Level 3 -- Championship Round
    • Top team from each grade
  • Prize: Team Trophy and $10 Gift Cards!
the greatest story ever told

The Greatest Story Ever Told

How To Read And UnderstandTHE GOSPEL OF MARK

(Part 3)

why are there differences between the gospels
Why Are There DifferencesBetween The Gospels?
  • Different perspectives
    • Four personalities
    • Four points of view
  • Different priorities
    • Same story, different emphasis
    • Example: Jesus Curses A Fig Tree
      • Matthew 21:18-22 (Faith)
      • Mark 11:12-17 (Symbolic judgment of Israel and religious leaders)
why did jesus come
Why Did Jesus Come?
  • To Give His Life (Mark 10:35-45)
    • “For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” (Mark 10:45)
  • To Bring Us Peace (Isaiah 53:3-6)
    • “But he was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was upon him, and by his wounds we are healed.” (Isaiah 53:5)
  • Story Time: Slaves of the Dumpmaster
mad gab mania
Mad Gab Mania!
  • Sample: Haste Ached Inner
  • Thick Waiter
  • Sass Mister Eat
  • Aim Age Her Hopper Haitian
what does jesus command
What Does Jesus Command?
  • Take Up Your Cross (Mark 8:34-35)
    • “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me. For whoever would save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake and the gospel’s will save it.”
  • Peter’s Example: Ups and Downs of Following Jesus
    • Confesses Jesus as Christ but rebukes Jesus as confused (8:29-32)
    • Faith enough to walk on water but fear enough to sink (Matt. 14:25-31)
    • Depends on his loyalty but denies his Master (14:26-54, 66-72)
    • Bitter tears of an unfaithful follower
how do sinners follow a sinless savior
How Do Sinners FollowA Sinless Savior?
  • “Godly sorrow brings repentance that leads to salvation and leaves no regret, but worldly sorrow brings death.” (2 Corinthians 7:10 NIV)
  • “If you want to see Jesus for who he is, you must see yourself for who you are. And if you are seeing clearly, you will begin by weeping.” (Mark Dever)
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Table for water/OJ

Table for coffee/food

Starting Point 2011 (seniors)

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