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Mark Driscoll Preaches First Church Sermon Since Resignation From Mars Hill, Receives Standing Ovation

Pastor Mark Driscoll, who resigned from Mars Hill church last October amid controversy regarding his leadership style, received a standing ovation from the congregation of Gold Creek Community Church in Mill Creek after he delivered a poignant sermon about trusting in the Lord. 89 more words

Daily Bread

Mark Driscoll Returns, Unrepentant, Unapologetic, Playing the Victim

An update on Mark Driscoll, from The Aquila Report:

Mark Driscoll gave a sermon at the Thrive Conference on “struck shepherds.”

Written by Anthony Wade | Friday, May 8, 2015… 273 more words

Christianity

Mark Driscoll at Thrive 2015: The Transcript

Former Mars Hill Church Pastor Mark Driscoll, after being out of the spotlight for a time, made a surprise appearance at the Thrive 2015 conference on May 1st, 2015… 77 more words

Mark Driscoll

Dustin Kensrue - Carry the Fire [2015]

It’s been quite a long time since Dustin Kensrue, primarily known for being the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of Thrice, has put out a proper solo album. 864 more words

Album Reviews

Urban Achiever - Episode 12 - Matt Johnson - Part 2

http://audio.simplecast.fm/9519.mp3
Matt Johnson (Don’t Know, Blenderhead, Roadside Monument) and I have been friends for over 20 years. He was the drummer in numerous bands and is also a writer, husband and father. 50 more words

Urban Achiever

Quest Church has purchased the building formerly known as Mars Hill Church. Full transparency: Here's why and how.

I have some big news to share – news that will likely solicit mixed emotions for many people.

If you’re an internet junkie, it’s possible that you may have already heard as I’ve been receiving my share of texts and tweets. 2,572 more words

Mars Hill Church: True religion does not abandon orphans and widows in their distress.

This post has taken a long time to write. There are many reasons for it and I trust that each reader will understand as they read it. 3,089 more words