The Mark Drama: Bringing the Story of Jesus to Life

What if Jesus came to your campus for 90 minutes? Imagine experiencing his miracles and teachings. Imagine witnessing the tension of Jesus’ ministry and the agony of the cross. What if your friends could experience it with you? Hear how simple dramatic presentations of Mark’s Gospel are creating profound discipleship and outreach on campuses around the globe—and consider what it could be like on your campus!

: December 31, 1:45 pm
: ICC 134-135
Jeremy Hamilton

Jeremy Hamilton has 23 years of InterVarsity ministry experience in three states and two continents.  Three of his most formative ministry years were in Belgium, where he served with sister IFES movement, Ichtus. Jeremy learned to speak Dutch, but the only time he forgot he was using his second language was the 90 minutes when he first experienced “Het Marcus Drama.” Jeremy believes in partnership and loves to learn from passionate and gifted servants of Jesus. Opportunities to serve in Europe, on the Pine Ridge Reservation, and in international student ministry have profoundly impacted his life.

John Florey

John Florey is a farm boy who never had any interest in theater until he experienced “The Mark Drama” with his InterVarsity chapter at South Dakota State University. John’s breakthrough moment came when his Director said, “I know this is way out of your comfort zone, but don’t think of it as acting. Think of it as sharing the gospel, which I know you’re passionate about.” This changed John’s life. He brings 10 years of campus ministry experience into a growing focus on expanding the reach of “The Mark Drama” by directing at new campuses and training new directors.

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