Jesus still lives
Have you met him?
2000 years ago, some women entered a tomb expecting to find the dead body of their teacher buried in a tomb. But instead they find it empty and a young man tells them that Jesus was risen, he was no longer dead.
Who was this person Jesus who was able to rise from the dead? Where is he now? And how can I meet him?
Jesus still lives. Have you met him?
This is the greatest true story that there has ever been. Jesus died but is now alive, and still lives! And you can meet this Jesus now in the Bible. Find out more about who he is, why he died and what his story means for you.
At Campus Bible Study, we would love for you to meet this Jesus who still lives. If you would like to know more, please get in contact with us below or join us at one of our events!
If you would like to read more online about who this Jesus is, you can learn more at https://twowaystolive.com/
Join us in Term 3 to find out more
Every Week | Bible triplets
Meet Jesus by reading the Bible in a smaller group of three people! Ask a friend or fill in the form below
The gospel of Mark is a biographical account of Jesus’ life from the eyewitness of Mark! Here are some suggestions that may help you with reading
- Chapter 1 verses 14 to 38 *
- Chapter 1 verse 40 to Chapter 2 verse 12
- Chapter 8 verse 27 to Chapter 9 verse 1 *
- Chapter 10 verses 32 to 52
- Chapter 14 verses 32 to 65
- Chapter 15 verses 16 to 41 *
- Chapter 15 verse 42 to Chapter 16 verse 8 *
* denotes key passages if you are only able to read a few passages
N.B. Chapter numbers are the big numbers in the Bible and verse numbers are the smaller ones
How to read Mark’s gospel?
A simple and helpful way to read is the 5Rs
Retell | Retell the events in the narrative
React | How do characters react to Jesus?
Reveal | What does the narrative reveal to us about Jesus?
Reason | Why do you think Mark has included this story in the narrative?
Respond | How are you going to respond to what you’ve learnt in the narrative?
Every Week | The Bible Talks
Come throughout the term as we look at Mark’s account of the story of Jesus in a lecture-style format. Join us each week of Term 3 to find out why Jesus living now still matters for you!
Tuesday 12-1pm | Colombo Theatre B
Wednesday 12-1pm | Electrical Engineering G023
Thursday 12-1pm | Chemical Science M17
Weeks 1+2 | Mark Drama
A dramatic re-enactment of Mark’s account of the story of Jesus, where you get to experience what it was like to see and hear Jesus
Friday 16 September 7pm (Mandarin)
Sunday 18 September 2:30pm (English)
Tuesday 20 September 6:30pm (English)
Thursday 22 September 6:30pm (English)
Get a ticket for you and a friend now at campusbiblestudy.org/markdrama
Week 5 | Sharing stories of Jesus
In our small Bible study groups on campus throughout the week, we will be sharing stories of Jesus from the gospel accounts and also how Jesus’ story has affect our story and lives even today!
Visit a church and find out more
We would love to have you join us each Sunday! Please get in contact using the form below for more information and so that we can welcome you on the day
Unichurch | Sunday 6pm | Keith Burrows Theatre
A church which meets at UNSW, for local university students.
Click here to join us via Youtube.
FOCUS church | Sunday 10am | Ainsworth Theatre
A church which meets at UNSW, particularly suited for international students.