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Put Your Hope in God


This past sunday Revd Mark shared about how he became a Christian. Through this personal account he encourages people to put their hope in God.

To listen click on the play button below. (17 mins in length)


Author: Mark Brown

CEO of The Bible Society in New Zealand.

6 thoughts on “Put Your Hope in God

  1. This was a very moving sermon for me too, Mark. Thanks for daring to share a bit about yourself, very much appreciated.

  2. Thanks for a wonderful personal testimony Mark. Thank you for showing how real the spiritual experiences can be, and how life changing the results.

  3. very inspiring, and I want to share it with all my friends who have young teenage sons (as I do). and maybe the sons themselves.

  4. I just finished this book and it might interest you – “Harmonic Wealth”. I think we are all looking fulfillment in lots of areas of our life, and this book deals many areas – financial, relational, mental, physical, and spiritual. These are what James calls the “5 Pillars” and he shows you how to create true wealth (as in well-being!) in your life. The very practical applications have made a big difference in my life – and could do the same for you.


    Sam the JR fan

    (a link to check it all out

  5. Hey Liz,

    Thanks for your question.

    Our culture doesn’t teach us a balanced life; it addresses the material issues well (get a job, then a car, then a house and so on); it shows us the importance of relationships and of caring for the environment but doesn’t really address the spiritual life.

    And yet God is real and He wants a personal relationship with you.

    My suggestion is to get a copy of the Bible and read the book called ‘Mark’ which is an amazing account of the life of Jesus and of God’s plan for the human race.

    If you need a Bible let me know and I will send you one.

    Also please feel free to ask me any other questions.

    God bless you,


  6. My life is going really well…I have a great job, just got married, but I still feel this emptiness within me. I’m not a religious person, but I feel like there’s gotta be a way to connect to something deeper. Any ideas?

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