95% of Driscoll on the Coast tickets have been sold. There are only a few tickets left for SICK OF RELIGION (Tue 26 Aug) and a handful for LOVIN’ THE COAST (Mon 25 Aug). The password has now been removed and the tickets are freely available. Tickets are only $10 for each night. HURRY – the tickets won’t last!
Mark Driscoll’s personal invite to these events:
- There aren’t many tickets left (more than 80% sold)
- You can’t expect to turn up on either night without a ticket
- The current password will be lifted from the rego page on Tuesday August 12.
If you still need to purchase tickets… time is running out! Do it today.
…to LOVIN’ THE COAST + SICK OF RELIGION in August 2008. Registration opens July 1. Book early to avoid disappointment!
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Tickets cost $10 for each night. Free tickets are available for your friend on Tuesday night – these are not to be used by cheap skates!
Members/attenders of partner churches will have first priority on tickets. A password will be required to purchase tickets during the first week. This password can be found on the top right corner of all POSTCARDS (the physical ones handed out in church); in church bulletins on the 28/29 June and in front-of-church announcements on the same weekend.
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MARK DRISCOLL will be spending two nights on the Central Coast (NSW, Australia) in August 2008.
LOVIN’ THE COAST …Re-thinking Mission to the Coast
Mark Driscoll will speak about how being on mission with Jesus is the best way to love the Coast.
MON 25 Aug | 7pm @ Mingara
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Mark Driscoll will be coming to the Central Coast on August 25-26, 2008. Information about tickets will be available soon. Watch this space…
by Mark Driscoll
No one is more loved or hated than Jesus Christ.
Jesus was born in a small town to a poor, unmarried teen mother roughly 2,000 years ago. He was adopted by Joseph, a simple carpenter, and spent the first thirty years of His life in obscurity, swinging a hammer with His dad.
Around the age of thirty, Jesus began a public ministry that included preaching, healing the sick, feeding the hungry, and befriending people who were marginalized because they were perverts, drunks, thieves, and such. Jesus’ ministry spanned only three short years before He was put to death for declaring Himself to be God. He died by shameful crucifixion like tens of thousands of people had before Him.
“Self-righteousness has so seeped into American Christianity that being a missionary to one’s neighbours is easily overlooked because of the sickness of our faith. How sick are we when the most popular books among American Christians are about how to get blessed by praying a small section of Old Testament Scripture like a pagan mantra, and about the Rapture, as if the goal of the Christian life were to get more junk and leave this trailer park of a planet beore God’s tornado touches down on all the sinners? Only through repentant eyes will we see that God has a plan, by the power of the gospel of grace, to build a community of transformed people.” (p.78 The Radical Reformission)