Connecting and Equipping Christian leaders for greater gospel impact in KW


ONE Church zoom gathering

Wednesday, April 28
1:00 - 2:00 pm

Key Presentation: Engaging People in a Post-Christian Climate
A Zoom link will be sent to those who register for this event

This month we are excited to have Mark Clark joining us. Mark is a pastor at The Village Church in Vancouver and author of "The Problem and God", and recently "The Problem of Jesus".

In today's post-christian climate, people may find it more difficult to trust the Bible and to put their faith in Jesus. With Pastor Mark, we are going to be exploring how we go about addressing some of the foundational objections to faith in Jesus, what makes Jesus compelling in 2021, and what we as leaders can do to engage the questions people have.

Can't wait to see you there.


Mark Clark

Mark was born and raised in Toronto, and became a follower of Jesus in his late teen years. He is the founding and teaching pastor of Village Church, a multi-site church of thousands and expanding globally online. He was listed as one of the “26 Leaders To Watch” by Outreach Magazine in 2017, and his sermons are downloaded hundreds of thousands of times per year in over 120 different countries. He is the author of a recently release book The Problem of Jesus: Answering a Skeptic’s Challenges to the Scandal of Jesus (Zondervan, 2021) and The Problem of God: Answering a Skeptic’s Challenges to Christianity (Zondervan, 2017). He resides in Vancouver, Canada with his wife Erin and their three daughters.

His passions are connecting the message of Jesus to our culture, inspiring and training leaders, apologetics, marriage counselling, and working to see our world influenced by the gospel.

January, 2020 - Hazelglen
Connect, Engage, Pray
September, 2019 - Elevation
About Us

About Us

ONE Church KW exits to connect the church, to equip leaders for greater gospel impact, and to see the church thrive and reach out to the people of KW.

Our priority outcomes are then: Connect, Equip and Impact within our region.

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