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The 60: Conflict Unexpected (Mark 1:21-39) | Life Unexpected

CONFLICT is at the center of what it means to be a Christian ...

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The 60: Men Unexpected (Mark 1:16-20) | Life Unexpected

Jesus called unexpected men, at an unexpected moment, for an unexpected mission, by unexpected means....

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No Table Talk This Sunday: Stay Home With Dad

We want to encourage you to be at home this coming Sunday morning with your husbands and / or dads to honor them for Father's Day. Cook them breakfast in bed. Take a few more minutes to enjoy just being with them on a Sunday morning. We will not be having the 8:15am Table Talk - Only the 10:00am service! Looking forward to seeing all of you there!...

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Father's Day @ The Village

This Sunday @ The Village we'll be honoring our men and fathers, and honoring above all our Heavenly Father and His Son Jesus. We'll be continuing our series in Mark, camping out in Mark 1 as Jesus calls his disciples, - Men Unexpected....

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The 60: Kingdom Unexpected (Mark 1:9-15) | Life Unexpected

Jesus is an unexpected Good Messiah, who has an Unexpectantly Good Mission, and brings an Unexpectantly Good Message....

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This Sunday @ The Village - Life Unexpected

This Sunday we'll be continuing our new series in the Gospel of Mark, "Life Unexpected." This week we'll be checking out the baptism of Jesus, the temptation of Jesus, and the announcement of Jesus and His Kingdom in "Kingdom Unexpected." We'll also be having impromptu baptisms this week as we consider the baptism of Jesus and walk in obedience to Him an likeness of Hi...

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The 60: Good News Unexpected (Mark 1:1-8) | Life Unexpected

There was a day when there was only good news. (Good, VERY Good) ...

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The 60: Life Unexpected | 7 Marks of The Book of Mark

Why? Why Not Mark? Why haven’t more pastors preached on the book of Mark? Why haven’t more Christians studied it, even on their own? ...

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