The Gospel of Mark

Jesus, Servant and Savior

The Conclusion of Mark's Gospel

April 24, 2022 • Chuck Tschetter • Mark 16:9–20

Central Idea: Mark’s gospel has both asked and answered the question, “Who is Jesus and what did He do?” – He is both servant and Savior.

The Resurrection of the Great Servant King

April 17, 2022 • Chuck Tschetter • Mark 16:1–6

The King Finishes His Work

April 15, 2022 • Chuck Tschetter • Mark 15:20–47

We continue through our Gospel of Mark series this Good Friday by discussing how the crucifixion is seen throughout the gospels.

The Trial of the King, Part 2

April 10, 2022 • Chuck Tschetter • Mark 15:1–20

The cup of suffering was not taken from Christ; He drank it all for us. He suffered in our place as the sacrifice for sinners.

The Trial of the King, Part 1

April 3, 2022 • Chuck Tschetter • Mark 14:53–72

Only with a conscious dependence on God can we renounce self-dependence and live out a consistent Christian life.

In the Garden...Alone

March 27, 2022 • Chuck Tschetter • Mark 14:27–52

Jesus is the righteous King who suffers alone.

The Lord's Passover Meal

March 20, 2022 • Chuck Tschetter • Mark 14:12–26

"Jesus is both the Suffering Servant of the Lord and the Sacrificial Lamb of God, who would die for the sins of the world according to the will of God."

At The Feet of Jesus

March 13, 2022 • Chuck Tschetter • Mark 14:1–11

"Our love for Jesus is not an obligation to fulfill but the response of a grateful heart." We continue our series in the Gospel of Mark. Pastor Chuck Tschetter will review Mark 14.1-11 in a sermon titled: At The Feet of Jesus.

The Return of the King

February 20, 2022 • Chuck Tschetter • Mark 13:14–37

"When Jesus talks about the future, His words are intended to change the way we live in the present. We continue our series in the Gospel of Mark. Pastor Chuck Tschetter will review Mark 13.14-37 in a sermon titled: The Return of the King

Things to Come

February 13, 2022 • Chuck Tschetter • Mark 13:1–13

If Money Could Talk

February 6, 2022 • Chuck Tschetter • Mark 12:37–44

God is focused on internal matters of the heart, not outward appearances. Money and giving reveal the state of our heart as few things do.

A Contest of Questions

January 30, 2022 • Chuck Tschetter • Mark 11:27—12:37

We must not allow our hearts to grow hardened to spiritual truth, so we no longer hear and obey.

Faith and Forgiveness

January 23, 2022 • Chuck Tschetter • Mark 11:22–26

When our faith is in God, even the “impossible” becomes possible.

Jesus Behaving Badly

January 16, 2022 • Chuck Tschetter • Mark 11:12–24

Our Lord’s condemning of the tree and cleansing of the temple were both symbolic acts that illustrated the sad spiritual condition of the nation of Israel and possibly of our own lives today.

Here Comes Our King

January 9, 2022 • Chuck Tschetter • Mark 11:1–11

Jesus is the Messiah King who was rejected by the nation of Israel rather than worshiped.