Community Bible Experience: New Testament, The Book of Mark

After an awesome time studying the wealth of wisdom found in the book of James, we continue our journey through the New Testament to Mark’s account of Jesus. Who is Mark? Who was he writing to? What were the possible reasons behind his writing? These and many more questions will be discussed during the course of our meeting.

So, join us this Friday if you can, or read it with friends and family. We will be discussing and taking questions from pages 319-330 of The Books of the Bible, New Testament; by Biblica!>/h2>


Community Bible Experience operates like a Reading Club…

Participants agree a weekly reading plan, then every Friday we meet in a relaxed fashion for an hour to discuss the following simple questions:

  • What’s something you noticed for the first time?
  • What questions did you have?
  • Was there anything that bothered you?
  • What did you learn about loving God?
  • What did you learn about loving others?

Afterwards, we enjoy light refreshments while we catchup, pray, challenge, and encourage each other.

We recommend a copy of The Books of The Bible by Biblica because of it’s contemporary design and translation, and we set ourselves a weekly target to read eleven pages.

  • (7:00 – 8:00)pm on Fridays
  • 52 Arcadian Avenue, Bexley, Kent DA5 1JW

If you need help with setting one up in your home, community space, church or perhaps offices; please get in touch!


The Good Fight | Clement Akran

Son though He was, He learned obedience from what He suffered and, once made perfect, He became the source of eternal salvation for all who obey Him ~ Hebrews 5:8-9 (NIV)

The writer of Hebrews used these words in exemplifying Jesus’ lifestyle as the model for our journey of faith…

Good morning dear friends. With this in mind, the statement: This is my beloved son, in whom I am well pleased, develops a whole new meaning. It becomes a hallmark for God’s expression of His pleasure and delight in our efforts in walking in obedience to His precepts in-spite of our weaknesses, societal pressures, and the barrage of assaults from the forces of darkness.

Rewind back thousands of years; like Jesus, Joseph laboured through many waters, storms and trials before the day of his reward and recognition.

Fast forward a bit from there; like Jesus, Daniel laboured through fasting, studying, prayers… He suffered great persecution before he finally received his reward and recognition.

Dear friends, as disciples and followers of Christ we are called to walk worthy of our vocation. When we do this, God’s power is made available to us. When we walk worthy, we are bold in the face of adversity and opposition; but most importantly, we are confident and not timid on the day of our showing (the day we are called upon for reward and recognition).

This accolade friends is worth fighting for with every fibre of our being!

~ Sabali


Today at Healingsprings fellowship!

Our Big Sunday Celebration can be best described as a community Christian festival. So in the spirit of thanksgiving, together we: sing, pray, give, celebrate life, discuss current affairs, present thoughts from Biblical themes, and encourage one another; like one big family!

Thousands of years ago a young theologian named Saul had a mysterious encounter enroute to Damascus, in his quest to arrest and persecute followers of Jesus.

This experience altered his destiny, enlightened his theology, and strengthened his faith.

This change inspired him to preach, teach and plant churches. This change led to imprisonment, and his death. He made statements like, “For me to live is Christ, and for me to die is gain”. Wow!

With this in mind, this Sunday’s lecture is entitled ‘New Life: New Wine, in New Wine Skins

So why not drop-in for a life-changing experience? This 90 mins might end up being a catalyst for some awesome things.

(6:00 – 7:30)pm

Bexleyheath Academy, Woolwich Road, Bexleyheath, Kent DA6 7D

There are free parking spaces directly in front of the school and on adjacent streets