A Matter of Choice
“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Philippians 4:13 The sport of boxing is not for the faint-hearted.  Some people consider the sport barbaric and would love to see it banned from the Olympics.  When a box...
Tue, 30-Aug-2016
God Help Me

“For whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved.”
Romans 10:13

One of the realities of life is that when people are in crisis, they call on God to help them. Even the purported atheist cries out to God in times of need. You don’t normally find people crying out in shock for money to help them or for ...

09:30 - 28 Aug 2016
Dead or Alive?
by Dr Bruce Woolard
Part 2
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St Marks Campus - Corner Boshoff Street & Cape Road, Framesby, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
History

Wisdom, favour and love are three essential ingredients in the recipe of Christian ministry. The egalitarian – or congregational church – was founded on the principle of autonomy and was the model used by David Livingstone, the great explorer and missionary, in his famous ministry. The conversion of a derelict and unused building in Neville Street, Westering, in 1985 into a place of worship, poignantly illustrates that the Lord is able to transform an empty soul and make it a product of value and worth.

The increase in the attendance of services in the old church, meant that St Marks needed to secure a prominent site and construct a larger church building ideally positioned to serve the community. Through divine providence, land in Cape Road was secured and the current church on the corner of Boshoff Street and Cape Road became a reality. Over the past three decades, St Marks has morphed from a small church to a large established church with over 1 000 families. The church stands as a beacon of hope and solace with a primary and high school, a five member pastoral team, 15 ministerial staff, a theological seminary, a Christian bookshop, coffee shop, care ministry, food bank for the needy, a wedding chapel, spacious grounds and garden, plus satellite churches in Jeffreys Bay, Motherwell and Uitenhage. St Marks Port Elizabeth was also instrumental in establishing a congregational church in Australia, currently pastored by a minister from St Marks. St Davids in Sunridge Park is a sister church to St Marks.

What makes St Marks so unique, is its commitment to teaching the Bible “rightly divided”. The church worship services are best described as orderly with a mixture of contemporary and traditional music styles. The atmosphere is warm and friendly with members and visitors alike leaving with their minds stimulated and lives challenged. The motto of the church is “Sola Scriptura” a Latin phrase meaning “The Bible alone”. St Marks is a community church with vision and purpose 

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