Jesus: Experiencing His Touch: A Study of Mark 1-6 (40 Minute Bible Study Series)
This six-week, no-homework study walks readers through the early ministry of Jesus, showing how just a touch of His hand can change everything. As the first in a three-book study series on the Gospel of Mark, this study of...
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This six-week, no-homework study walks readers through the early ministry of Jesus, showing how just a touch of His hand can change everything.
As the first in a three-book study series on the Gospel of Mark, this study of Mark 1-6 highlights how Jesus interacted with individuals at a personal level. Readers will consider how experiencing the touch of Jesus in their own lives brings healing and new life.
:A touch from Jesus can change everything.
The first six chapters of Mark's gospel overflow with stories of people drawing near to Jesus, longing to experience firsthand the touch of the Savior. Over and over, Jesus responded with compassion, interacting on a personal level with individuals who had been cast aside by society, their circumstances deemed beyond hope.
As you delve into their stories in this powerful study-the first in a three-part study of the gospel of Mark-you'll discover for yourself the difference it makes when you engage with Jesus personally and experience His touch in your life.
Kay Arthur is one of America's best-known and most-beloved Bible teachers and authors. With her husband, Jack, she is the co-founder of Precept Ministries International, the leaders in inductive Bible-study resources. Kay also reaches hundreds of thousands of people internationally through her Precept upon Precept inductive Bible studies. In addition, her daily and weekly television programs air on over 900 stations in 30 countries. - Publisher.
David Arthur, vice president of teaching and training of Precept Ministries International, came to Precept after serving at Generous Giving as a vice president where he directed communications and publications. He also served several years as a pastor in the Presbyterian Church of America and the Associated Reformed Presbyterian denominations