SPEAK! With A Transformed Life

March 14, 2017




Dr. Mark Scott, one of our Teaching Team, leads us through the next message of our "Speak" series discussing how the Gospel speaks through a transformed life.

Speak your life because what has happened to you is not as big as what has happened for you.
— Dr. Mark Scott


Use these questions to further explore the topic of the message.

  • Where should we speak about our transformed life?  Near and far (Mark 5:19-20).  To family—are they easy or hard to witness to?  To people in the wider geographical area—where is your Decapolis?
  • What should we speak?  Mercy (Mark 5:19).  This is a term of redemption.  If we are overwhelmed by mercy shouldn’t it show?
  • How should we speak?  Verbally—tell (Mark 5:19) and proclaim (Mark 5:20).
  • Why should we speak?  To make Jesus famous in our region (Mark 7:31-37).
  • Who should speak?  Us—people who have been transformed (Mark 5:15).
  • When should we speak?  How about right now?  Read 2 Corinthians 6:2.
When I am overwhelmed by the mercy of God and what he has done for me it is natural to speak about what He has done.
— Dr. Mark Scott
College Heights